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The CCgroup team have been representing mobile & telecoms clients since 1984
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Members of the CCgroup telecom PR team have been representing mobile & telecoms clients since 1984 – we know telecoms PR like no other agency. We work with a broad range of companies, from network infrastructure providers and app developers to operators and consultants, and we’re a little ashamed to say that we’ve been to every iteration of what is now Mobile World Congress. We’re close to the industry, and close to the technology developments and evolving market issues that affect us and our clients.
We build credible, compelling content to demonstrate that our clients understand and can solve the business and technology challenges that their customers face. We work to ensure that content is used across multiple communications channels – digital, media, analyst, events, and industry associations – to build the thought leadership and momentum that underpins the best telcom PR campaigns and delivers commercial success.
Whether it’s generating sales leads, increasing profile or building capital value for exit, CCgroup has the knowledge, expertise and industry relationships to make it happen.
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A round-up of TMForum's 2018 Digital Transformation Show and the key topics covered.
According to Ofcom, in 2017 full fibre broadband was available to just three percent of the UK. Taking altnet, CityFibre, private should make it easier to deliver on its vision of providing full fibre infrastructure to 20 percent of the UK market .
Over the last five years operators have become increasingly invisible. But with privacy and data laws tightening, it seems the operators are gradually fighting back.