Finding Network Events For The Telecommunications Industry

Obviously there is an abundance of networking events in the telecommunications industry, but one of the more difficult tasks for those that do not actively work in telecommunications is finding out about these events. Luckily there are a number of publications, groups, websites, and societies available that help both amateurs and professionals get access to these networking events.If you would prefer to find a networking event closer to where you live, there are several websites available that can help you find one. Undoubtedly the most popular is LinkedIn, which allows users to join groups ranging from international membership to those within a small town or county. Many of these groups organise events for their members to meet, so it is well worth taking a look at the forum notice board to find these events. Another avenue of finding a networking event is in the pages of a website affiliated with the telecommunications industry. For instance, Telecom Engine has a separate section of its website devoted to telecom events, along with news, features, and other paraphernalia along the top banner. Another website worth taking a look at is Total Telecom, which hosts an events section together with a jobs bulletin and a handy news section divided by continents, which allows readers to keep up-to-date on the latest developments in any region.Trade magazines are also a viable option for those researching telecommunication events for networking purposes. It is advisable to take notice of the advertisements in these magazines, as sometimes nationwide events are publicised there. Sometimes subscribers receive a discount on tickets, so it is always worth subscribing to the magazine to keep updated on the latest news and reap the benefits of membership. Alternatively, some of these magazines have a separate calendar or events section within the magazine. Telecom 2.0 is one such example, with a section of its magazine and website devoted to events. Connect-World magazine also has a devoted events section, and offers its subscribers deals with the magazine if they purchase access passes to the ITU Telecom World event.If the idea of meeting like-minded individuals interests you, but you also want to join a networking group that actively advances your career, then perhaps applying for membership to a society or organisation might be of interest. For instance, the I.E.E.E. Communications Society is formed by those in the communications industry with an interest in advancing the field. The group sponsors a host of educational programmes, conferences, and technical events that enables those interested in the field or actively involved to stay afloat of developments in the sector. Other groups worth considering are the International Telecommunications Society, Society of Broadband Professionals, and the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation.

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