There is only one more week to go until the 2011 ACCAN National Conference, a chance to explore and question what universal access to high-speed broadband will mean for Australian consumers.
Far from being a meeting of “tech heads”, this conference will offer an in-depth exploration of the bigger picture challenges, opportunities and possibilities presented by our broadband future. Get your ticket today.
Highlights and speakers include:
- Senator Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy presenting on ‘A Competitive and Fair Market’.
- The launch of new ACCAN research examining consumer decision making in the communications market.
- A panel session discussing broadband accessibility featuring Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband Malcolm Turnbull, Greens Senator and Communications Spokesperson Scott Ludlum and ACCAN CEO Teresa Corbin.
- Discussion on the possibilities that broadband offers people with a disability facilitated by Graeme Innes, AM, Disability Discrimination Commissioner and Race Discrimination Commissioner.
- In depth discussion on the potential social media has to change the relationship between consumers and service providers, putting power back into your hands.
Join us on 7-8 September to begin building and imagining our broadband future.