The UK's independent focus for next generation digital transformation as an essential foundation for economic growth, innovation and sustainable development.
NG Events Ltd produces unique, high quality conferences, events, awards schemes, professional development programmes and study tours including - now in its 7th year - NextGen 14. NG Events Ltd is directed by Marit Hendriks and Andrew Macdonald.
Overview of our 'Changing Agendas' Conference
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Chi Onwurah MP host for the NextGen 2012 Challenge Awards during the presentation evening at the House of Commons Members' Dining Room on 8 October 2012
Interviews with many of our speakers and sponsors can be seen on NextGenTV
The sustainable development of every aspect of the UK’s economy, our enterprises, our communities and government, is increasingly dependent on the quality of the digital infrastructure. The way we all live (and the way we work) is informed and enabled by this basic investment. Making these access networks fit for new purposes is a huge challenge - infrastructure investment will be needed throughout the decade as our digital economy yields massive benefits for UK enterprise, societal development and administrative efficiency.
At our Events, independently of suppliers, technologies and services, we provide the space and freedom for knowledge transfer, collaborative planning, community development and the sharing of great ideas, to help with this massive digital transformation.
NextGen's past, present and future Digital Leaders line-up
Portfolio of Events 2014
The Next Generation Digital Challenge Awards showcase the best in next generation digital access infrastructure innovation and run alongside the annual NextGen Conference. This year's winners will be awarded at the prestigious NextGen Conference Dinner on 11 November in Derby.
In association with Groupe Intellex we organise Study Tours as professional executive training and development for government & community leaders and enterprise developers. Previous Study Tours have taken delegates to cities in Sweden and The Netherlands. In 2013 we visited Chattanooga (the USA’s first ‘Gigabit City’) and the Intelligent Community Forum Summit in New York.
Digital Policy debate at NextGen 12 with Robert Madelin - Director General DG Connect, Simon Towler - Head of Spectrum, Broadband and international ICT policy DCMS and David Stewart - Competition Policy Director Ofcom. Chaired by Stephen Hilton - Service Director Bristol Futures Group, Bristol City Council
Presentations from past events are available from this website and interviews with many of the speakers and sponsors can be seen on NextGenTV
Organisations associated with NextGen:
Velocity 1, Huawei, IBM, Prysmian Group, UK Broadband, Magnet Networks, BT, City of Westminster, Openreach, Avanti, DCMS, Ofcom, Cambium Networks, FTTH Council Europe, Intelligent Community Forum, CityFibre, KEYMILE, Point Topic, EE, SPATIALinfo, BIS, Avio Group, Stirling Lloyd, SES Broadband, EXFO, Marais Group, Acreo, Ericsson, European Commission, Beyond DSL,Birmingham City Council, ScotlandIS, Avanti, Manchester City Council, Bristol City Council, CBN, IFNL, Scottish Government, Allied Telesis, DSLRings, Derby City Council, NETadmin, Groupe Intellex, Emtelle, HellermannTyton, 3M, Acome, OpticRech, Calix, IP Performance, Imtech, Telefonica O2, Tinder Foundation, Analysys Mason, INCA, Broadband Forum, Virgin Media, ISPA, CMA, RALA, Diffraction Analysis, Mobile Operators Association, Hyperoptic, TalkTalk Group, ProactivePR, IS Communications, GreySky Consulting and Open Knowledge Foundation. (list not exclusive and in no particular order of appearance)