Intelligence Monthly Briefings

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New for 2019, the Intelligence team will publish in-depth Monthly Briefings on hot industry topics, to coincide with key industry events. Each 2,000-word briefing is written by our editorial team and will consist of four parts; Introduction, Analysis, Industry Overview, and conclusion.

Final briefings will be published on and promoted through a full scale, multi-channel marketing campaign over four 4 weeks; via emails to our database, promotion in the daily newsletter and online banner adverts putting it in front of more than 165,000 monthly users.

Topics already confirmed for 2019 include:

August – The role of Edge Computing in 5G (Edge Computing Congress, 17-19 September)
September – FTTx: A New Lease of Life (Broadband World Forum, 15-17 October)
October – Open RAN & Connecting the Unconnected (AfricaCom, 12-14 November)
November – Digging into Digital Transformation (2020 Vision Executive Summit, 3-5 December)
December – Network Security in 5G Networks
Our monthly reports provide the perfect showcase for your brand and are designed as the complete marketing solution; generate a high-quality piece of content which can be used time and time again for your own marketing purposes.

If you are looking to align your company with a key industry topic shaping the industry, and generate high-quality opt-in leads, this is the perfect sponsorship opportunity.

Sponsorship deliverables include (EXCLUSIVE per Monthly Briefing).

Co-branded with your corporate logo on the cover.
One (1) 5-question Q&A article with your company executive. Questions to be supplied by the Telecoms. com Intelligence team.
One (1) full-page display advertisement in the briefing (client provided).
Sponsor resource page at the end of the briefing to include 3- 5 additional asset listings and URLs.
A PDF copy of the final briefing will be made available for your own marketing purposes.
A minimum of 250 unfiltered leads, exclusively shared with the sponsor. Subject to opt-in for GDPR compliance.

For more information please contact: [email protected]

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