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ISPA Parliamentary Dinner – Broadband Barrier Busting

2nd May 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

| £150

ISPA is holding parliamentary dinner, kindly hosted by Kevin Hollinrake MP, on the evening of May 2nd to discuss the topical issue of barriers to broadband rollout.

The event will bring together a range of ISPA members with leading parliamentarians, policymakers and other interested parties to discuss how policymakers and industry can work in partnership to help overcome red tape and deliver the future infrastructure and services the UK needs.

The conversation will focus on broadband barrier busting, ISP investment and determining what part policymakers and the Government can play to accelerate the rollout of broadband. Through effective collaboration, solutions to many of the sectors problems can ultimately be overcome, and we look forward to a dynamic and informative discussion between all parties to make this happen.

Tickets cost £150 (including VAT and fees) and include networking drinks, three course meal and wine.

The event is for ISPA members only, if you wish to attend please book your tickets here.









2nd May 2018
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Houses of Parliament
London, United Kingdom + Google Map
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