Meet Ilex At Capacity Europe

Meet Ilex at Capacity Europe to learn more about marketing in the era of disruption. We are meeting with companies at the event and explain how we enable are clients to communicate their transformation strategies and position their businesses in a changing market.


Book a meeting with our Director Matthew Whalley between the 23rd – 25th of October.


The Ilex team will be discussing how we can help:


> Define your organisation’s brand narrative and messaging so that your target audiences know and understand your business before they even meet you


> Combine the right mix of editorial content, PR, Social Media and advertising to drive sales and influence audiences


> Produce high-quality content to drive efficiency, consistency and give your organisation multiple touch points with your prospects


> Deliver global and local marketing campaigns that accelerate growth and drive inbound leads


At the event, Matthew Whalley will also be hosting a panel on Embracing Versatility – Realising the True Potential of SDN Implementation.


Tuesday 23rd October 14:00 – 15:00 Panel Discussion: Embracing Versatility – Realising the True Potential of SDN Implementation.



> Matthew Whalley, Director at Ilex Content Strategies

> Eric Gillenwater, VP & Business Head for US & Europe at Bharti Airtel Services

> George Sloan, VP at AT&T

> Peter Coppens, Global VP Product, Colt Technology Services

> Carl Roberts, CCO, Epsilon

> Eric Schwartz, President EMEA, Equinix

> Ravindran Mahalingam, SVP – International Business, HGC Global Communication Limited


These industry leaders will discuss what’s driving the next generation network rollout. They will also be identifying the common carrier challenges in moving from hardware to software.


This event is a great opportunity to meet and connect with the Ilex team. Please get in touch to book a meeting at Capacity Europe: info(@)  

Posted on 12th October 2018 in Capacity Europe

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