IIC Tasked To Convoke Crucial Meeting On Behalf Of The CRC

DG, International Institute Of Communications

By Clifford Agugoesi, Editor-in-Chief

The International Institute of Communications( IIC)  has announced that it has been asked to convene a bespoke meeting for the Communications Regulatory Commission(CRC) of Mongolia. The Director-General at IIC, Lynn Robinson shared this with our correspondent.

According to Ms Robinson, the CRC has been an active member and participant in IIC ‘s activities over the past few years and is  looking forward to enabling discussion on the opportunities that digital transformation can bring, in the context of the particular geographic, economic and societal environment.

“This is a rare opportunity for IIC members to visit Mongolia, a country with extraordinary history, culture and physical beauty – as well as a liberalised and competitive telecommunications market and one which is working hard to build digital readiness and skills to shape the future growth of its developing digital economy,” she said adding “IIC President Chris Chapman is looking forward to welcoming regulatory authorities and industry experts.”

Speakers joining the conversation:

Speakers joining the conversation include but are not limited to:

  • Head of Public Policy,

AUNZSEA, Project,  Kuiper, Amazon, Alasdair Grant

  • Chairman & CEO Communications Regulatory Commission of Mongolia (CRC) Chinzorig Gonchig
  • Commissioner, National Communications Commission (NCC), Taiwan (ROC)Jiang-Jia Wang

President, International Institute of Communications, Chris Chapman

  • Australia Pty Limited, Chairman, Nihilent
  • Head of Digital Economy, Cullen International, Javier Huerta Bravo
  • Principal, Fair Tech Institute, Access Partnership; Chair, Singapore Chapter, IIC, Peter Lovelock
  • Chief Commerical Officer, Uptime Institute, Philip Collerton          
  • Director-General, International Institute of Communications, Lynn Robinson

Roundtable discussions will focus on:

  • Investing in national & international connectivity; spectrum decision-making for networks of the future
  • Competition in digital markets – policy and regulatory approaches to digital markets, platforms, and services
  • Data governance – privacy, data protection, localization, and cross border data flows
  • Content – fostering a vibrant media & cultural environment with enhanced, locally-relevant, content services

Participants who wish to be considered for a speaking role should,please,  contact

Registration is now open, the event is free for members to attend.

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