Confirmed speakers at our upcoming events include:

Alexander KühnAlexander Kühn

Chairman, CEPT CPG19

speaking at The European 5G Conference 2018

Eva KailiEva Kaili

Member, European Parliament

speaking at The European 5G Conference 2018

Eric FournierEric Fournier

Chairman, ECC, CEPT

speaking at The European 5G Conference 2018

Lise FuhrLise Fuhr

Director General, European Telecommunications Network Operators' Association (ETNO)

speaking at The European 5G Conference 2018

Upcoming Events

February 2018

12 – 13 February 2018

Steigenberger Wiltcher's Hotel, Avenue Louise 71, 1050 Bruxelles, Belgium

The European 5G Conference 2018


The European 5G Conference will take place on 12th & 13th February 2018 at the Steigenberger Wiltcher’s Hotel, Brussels. Focussing on aspects such as connectivity, use case and deployment models, this two-day event will bring together high-level stakeholders to meet and discuss the roadmap ahead as we continue the journey towards the Gigabit Society. 

March 2018

8 – 9 March 2018

The 3rd Annual Sub-Sahara Spectrum Management Conference


The 3rd Annual Sub-Sahara Spectrum Management Conference is jointly organised by ITU and Forum Global, and is taking place as part of the Global Spectrum Series.  


For the 3rd consecutive year, the conference will provide a high-level meeting point for stakeholders across Sub-Saharan Africa and beyond, to discuss topical issues relating to the management and co-ordination of spectrum policy across the region. 

8 March 2018

The Hotel, Boulevard de Waterloo 38, 1000 Brussels, Belgium

The 9th Annual European E-Commerce Conference


This conference will look at what the current ecommerce landscape looks like in Europe, how it is expected to develop, and what key opportunities are emerging for all players of the sectors – including SMEs – to address the existing challenges.

22 March 2018

The 4th Annual European Data Economy Conference


Forum Europe’s 4th Annual Data Economy conference will address the ongoing debate around the free flow of data and feed into the discussion around accessibility and re-use of public and publicly funded data. It will also give focus to the emerging debate around AI and algorithms, look at the digital infrastructure required to facilitate innovation and economic development in Europe such as HPC, and spotlight organisations and sectors utilising digital data to drive innovation.