AUTHOR | KEYNOTE SPEAKER | MENTALIST
TELECOMMUNICATIONS KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Telecommunications keynote speaker, Duncan Stevens, is the speaker of choice for global technology companies who look to become more persuasive and more effective through how they act and what they say to give them the edge during times of change.
Duncan has worked with some of the world’s most recognisable tech brands, companies and leadership teams including Huawei, Google, Microsoft Coca Cola, Nike, Ernst and Young, Deloitte, Procter and Gamble and Ford, to name just a few alongside Fortune 500 companies and other more niche companies.
For over a decade Duncan has made a name for himself by sharing his Effective Influence Model with CEOs, company executives, senior leadership teams and sales teams from London to Los Angeles and from Luxembourg City to Lyon
He is the founder and CEO of the Influence Association, author of the best-selling book Effective Influence, entrepreneur and mentalist. He is regarded as one of the worlds leading authorities on influence and effectiveness and has established himself as a highly sought after, professional tech speaker in the telecommunications industry.
An Overview of The Technology Industry:
The telecommunications industry is a vital part of our everyday lives. We have become reliant on the technology that allows us to communicate with people all over the world using a cellular phone or landline connection.
The Telecommunications Industry’s industrial goods include: telephone equipment, television and radio broadcasting equipment and these industrial goods are produced by companies such as Siemens AG, Sony Corporation, Nokia Corporation.
There are many different companies in the telecommunications industry. Many of these businesses started off as small businesses but have grown exponentially over time. The two largest industries within telecommunications are mobile phones and landlines. Mobile phone companies include Verizon Communications Inc., Sprint Nextel Corp, T-Mobile International AG & Co KG. While landlines include companies such as AT&T Inc., Qwest Communications International Inc., Level 3 Communications, etc. Other large telecommunications companies include Nokia Corporation, Apple Inc., Vodafone Group Plc., and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd..
One of the most important steps for a telecommunication company is establishing a cellular infrastructure, i.e., cell towers and servers in order to provide cellular service to customers in a particular area.
This is an expensive investment for companies, and once the infrastructure in one area has been established it takes time for it to be profitable. For example, Verizon had to invest over $100 billion dollars over 5 years just to build its 4G LTE network across the United States.
Cellular infrastructure is not the only major investment needed for telecommunications companies to start up and operate successfully. According to a recent report, Verizon has had to spend $11 billion on its wireline and global operations and AT&T spent $3 billion in 2012 just to upgrade their networks with fiber connections that support high-speed Internet.
As of 2021, the total revenue for the telecommunications industry in the United States is over $200 billion dollars with nearly $100 billion of that coming from wireless services alone. The top two providers of this service are Verizon and AT&T with both companies garnering 40% of the revenue share each in 2021.
Some of the top international telecommunications conferences include:
• Mobile VAS Conference in Kuala Lumpur
• Indian Mobile Congress in New Delhi
• Telecommunications Industry Development Conference.
• South Africa’s first SMS marketing and mobile advertising conference
Duncan is a popular telecommunications keynote speaker offering services to the telecommunications industry for the past decade. His keynotes are content-rich, highly entertaining and engaging and help offer fresh insights and move teams and leaders from good to great and from excellent to market-leading. To find out more about Duncan keynote, feel free to get in touch for a no-obligation chat.