About the conference
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the National Ethernet Communications Chamber, which organizes the most significant event in the telecommunications industry in Poland for the 30th time – KIKE Conference.
More than 800 participants – ISP telecommunications operators and cable operators met more than 200 exhibitors and sponsors – suppliers and producers of audiovisual content and equipment, infrastructure, technological and ICT solutions attended the conference last year!
The National Chamber of Ethernet Communication in Poland Conference will occur from October 16th to 18th at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Łódź. This year’s program is packed with multi-threaded panels and workshops. The conference will have an exhibitor’s area with potential business partners.
As always, The National Chamber of Ethernet Communication in Poland continues and deepens the dialogue with industry regulators and representatives of public administration. Representatives of the Office of Electronic Communications, The Ombudsman for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, The National Broadcasting Council, the Center for Digital Poland Projects, The Ministry of Digitization, and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage are regular guests of our conference.
The agenda will be focused on the most pressing issues, like the unprecedented amount of EU funds earmarked in 2023 for constructing telecommunications networks that may strategically change the competitiveness of many local entrepreneurs.
In addition to the thematic blocks, The National Chamber of Ethernet Communication in Poland Conference ensured that there would be many valuable training courses and technical workshops during the event and evening events to enable meaningful industry networking opportunities.
The popularity of the conference confirms what we believe in and promote every step of the way: only by acting together do we have a chance to influence regulations and gain a key position in discussions with the state administration.
Today, when the issues of subsidies to be awarded are being decided and we are facing tremendous changes, we cannot afford to be divisive. We must be united and speak with one voice. Only such an attitude will give us the strength and ability to influence the future of our industry.