May 23rd, 2012
The Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission (EETT) will host, for the seventh
consecutive year, the well-established International Conference for the electronic communications
market. Focusing on the “Digital Investments for Competitiveness and Recovery”, EETT’s Conference
will be held on June 14-15, 2012, at Dais Cultural Center, in Athens, Greece.
In spite of the current economic adversities and looking forward to the future, this year’s
EETT Conference will focus upon investments in next generation broadband networks as a recovery
tool, as well as on innovative developments and services offered by the new internet economy.
Simultaneously, the leading roles of both the Digital Economy and the Knowledge Society will emerge
towards the development of a sustainable and competitive growth model with economic and social
During the conference, distinguished speakers, representatives of investing and banking
institutions, industry executives from leading operators, manufacturers, content and service
providers, senior executives from the European Commission and Regulatory Authorities will discuss
best practices and advanced solutions for the utilization of broadband infrastructure in Greece and
For more information with regards to the program, the speakers, and the conference venue, as
well as for online registration, please visit the specially designed website.
Note that the conference will be broadcast live from EETT’s web site at
About the Hellenic Telecommunications & Post Commission (EETT)
Established in 1992, the Hellenic Telecommunications & Post Commission (EETT), is an
independent Authority, which regulates, supervises and monitors the electronic communications’ and
the postal services markets in Greece. Also acting as competition authority in the regulated
sectors, the Hellenic regulator is committed to ensure a competitive framework in the market to the
benefit of the users. EETT is an independent self-funded decision-making body.
For more information, please contact:
Head of ΕΕΤΤ’s Public Relations Dept.
Τel.: +30 210 6151250