Broadband 50 2021 nominations open

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Are you enabling or deploying next-generation broadband access? Tell us why you, or someone you know, deserves to be join the list of the top 50 influencers in the broadband space.

Honouring the brightest Broadband Access Technology innovators

The Informa Tech Broadband 100 provides global recognition to those individuals who are enabling next-generation broadband access around the world. Whether you’ve deployed, or are planning to deploy, technology that will advance the broadband space, we want to hear who you think are the individuals who should make the list.

We’re looking to hear about individuals from service providers, solution providers, regulatory and financial bodies, and enterprises, as they nominate themselves or colleagues within their networks.

Our expert editors at Light Reading and leading Broadband analysts at Omdia will vet the Broadband 50 submissions and combine the finalists with their own influencers that they deem deserve to be in the mix. The final list aims to be a good starting place for anyone wanting to know who is making Broadband Access Technology possible today.

The Broadband 50 Influencers will be featured in an e-book that we’ll share across all of our media properties; the Broadband & Optical Series audience, Light Reading’s digital media platform and Omdia’s research network. These properties cumulatively garner 1.5M monthly pageviews, 490k subscribers and 15k social media members and followers.

Don’t miss your chance to be recognized as one of The Broadband 50.

Nominations close on April 26th, so don’t delay. Nominate the people you think deserve the recognition by completing the nomination form!

Click here to nominate yourself, or someone you know.

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