Commpete says under this year’s umbrella #DigitalDownload, key stakeholders from the telecommunications industry will discuss emerging challenges related to the connected world and help find solutions to relevant consumer issues with insights from experts representing consumer organisations, regulatory and government bodies, and the communications industry. Commpete chairperson Michelle Lim will address “The future of regulation for competition in the new wave of digital OTT services” during her session on Wednesday, September 8.
Lim said, “We are very proud to be the principal sponsor of this popular and relevant conference and to represent challenger brands amongst industry heavyweights such as the Minister for Communications, representatives from the ACCC and the CEOs of Optus and TPG Telecom. Much like ACCAN’s purpose to work for communications services that are trusted, inclusive, obtainable and available for all, Commpete strives towards bringing value, flexibility and choice for consumers, businesses and the economy.”
ACCAN CEO Teresa Corbin commented, “ACCANect is where key decision makers come together with consumer organisations to discuss emerging consumer issues in the communications sphere. From mis and disinformation on digital platforms, to the future of NBN regulations, ACCANect tackles the big questions of the day.”
“ACCANect is not possible without the support of generous sponsors such as Commpete, who play in important role in bringing greater choice to Australian communications consumers.
"We are grateful to have their assistance in bringing the 2021 online conference to our engaged audience across Australia and around the world.”
For more information on how to join the virtual conference, please visit: accan.org.au/accanect