Big Media Communication Forum runs on May 12-14 together with the most reputable specialized exhibition Sviaz-Expocomm
From May 12 through 14 Expocentre Fairgrounds hosts the first Big Media Communication Forum as part of the Sviaz-Expocomm 2015 exhibition which is a major event in the telecom industry. The Forum is organized by the Russian Association for Electronic Communications (RAEC) and Expocentre ZAO.
RAEC and Expocentre joined their efforts to make this important three-day event which naturally complements the trade show.
We believe that since 2015, the year when the Forum is first organized, the joint May event (Sviaz-Expocomm + Media Communication Forum) will be the main annual project in the Russian communication industry, telecom sector, high technologies, and the Internet.
The Forum will run during three days. It will be divided into five sections (in different halls) to make the most of one of Expocentre’s pavilions. This format will enable each visitor to change the sections and monitor the sought-after speakers.
Sergey Plugotarenko, RAEC Director and the Forum Organizer says, “It is the first time that RAEC organizes such a large scale Forum striving to make the event interesting as it is even more attractive. Consulting the leading industry leaders, the Forum Committee will choose the most interesting speakers presenting new cases studies which have not been published anywhere before the Forum. I hope the participants will do it justice. Well, see you in May!”
Head of the Sviaz-Expocomm project Anna Kosheleva adds, “Today the International Exhibition for Telecommunications, Control Systems, IT and Communication Services Sviaz-Expocomm 2015 is the most reputable trade show in the IT and telecom sectors. That is why the joint organization of the Media Communication Forum is a natural action to create a respected platform to discuss the current trends and the industry challenges.”
According to the Organizing Committee estimates, 5 000 participants will attend the three-day Big Media Communication Forum. It is planned to run about 50 business related events and dozens of non-program and promo events.
Terms of participation: participation is chargeable for all groups of business participants and free of charge for certain groups of participants (e.g. speakers, partners, representatives of media and relevant government agencies, and students of specialized universities).
Official website of the Big Media Communication Forum is http://mcf.moscow.
We offer all registered participants in the Big Media Communication Forum to visit the Sviaz-Expocomm Exhibition which runs concurrently with the Forum. You can register at http://www.sviaz-expocomm.ru/.
Each day of the Forum will be devoted to specific topics.
The main thematic sections of the Forum program:
Communication and Infrastructure Section
- Telecom and Communications
- Runet Infrastructure and Technologies
- Mail and Mailing Services
Participants in this Section will share their expertise and estimates of the current communication industry. They will discuss the issues related to infrastructure and digital sovereignty.
Special emphasis will be put on business-oriented topics about the development of the mailing services industry, its prospects, and role of mailing services in the IT age.
The participants in this Sector will also speak on other topics connected with the agenda.
- Web Development
- Digital Digimarketing
- Mobile Technologies
- E-commerce, Logistics and Delivery. Self-regulation and conduct of business in this industry
The Section participants will discuss the current situation of the Russian soft, the first results of import substitution, and its prospects.
Technology and Soft Section
- Web Development
- Mobile Technologies
- Data Centres
- Russian Soft
- Digital Television
At this Section participants will discuss the subjects concerning technological aspects of development of the Russian IT industry and Runet: its infrastructure, data centres, level of their serviceability, DC certification, aspects of legal regulation, engineering and software issues (web-development, mobile technologies), etc.
The Section participants will also speak on the current state of the Russian software market, the first results of import substitution, and emerging prospects of this sector.
- Current Media Industry
- Media and Telecom: Synergy for Performing Business Tasks
Social and Humanitarian Aspects Section
- Ethical Problems
- Media Literacy of Russian Citizens
- Children’s Internet
Forum Special Features
The Forum starts on the 12th of May together with Sviaz-Expocomm. Accompanying events will be held during three days in five halls.
Apart from accompanying events (e.g. round table and panel discussions, breakout sessions, and master classes) it is expected to hold non-program, entertaining, and promo events which will be arranged by organizers and partners.
For companies participating in the project, the Big Media Communication Forum is a unique format for cooperation with many categories of participants (e.g. users, representatives of e-commerce, telecom sector, media business, relevant government agencies, mass media, etc.)
Cooperation with the Sviaz-Expocomm trade show provides a wide range of excellent opportunities to hold any communication, marketing, and other events.