About this event
An introduction to a new research programme focused on what’s top of mind for Vodafone decision-makers and influencers. Participants will hear who Vodafone leaders consider ‘movers and shakers’ in the supplier universe, their perceptions of their brand strengths and weaknesses, and the key technology and business focus areas Vodafone execs consider important going forward.
Specific TelcoX topics include:
Matt Leary – a 20+ year veteran sales and marketing consultant, Matt leads custom account strategy and ABM efforts for TelcoTitans clients. From his early days at Telecommunications magazine to his current work with TelcoTitans, Matt has helped over 40 IT, software and telecom firms improve their performance through a range of award-winning strategy, consulting and training programs, which he has delivered in 42 countries.
George Davidson - George Davidson is an experienced insights and market researcher helping clients understand how their company is seen by their customers. George has worked with great B2B and B2C brands including Netflix, McDonald's and Costa Coffee. George is passionate about helping clients unlock growth by managing their customers' perceptions.
Alex Birkhead - Alex Birkhead is a co-founder and executive analyst at TelcoTitans, a top-rated provider of research-led insight into the world's major telecoms players. Throughout his career, Alex has been pioneering actionable information services for the communications industries, including early embrace of artificial intelligence.
Tim Lamb – Tim has worked with hundreds of Global Account Directors and their Vodafone/Telco account-focused account teams across the entire supplier landscape over the last 20 years helping them ‘win’ inside their Telco customers and move themselves up the value chain. He has also built an enviable network of influencers and decision makers across Vodafone and the other Telcos.
We provide unrivalled insight and analysis on tier-1 telecoms providers and their vast ecosystems, giving research-based advantage to telco employees and suppliers.