Roundtable: Send your questions to our mobile and telecoms marketing experts

LONDON - Marketing and Yahoo! are hosting a roundtable discussion about the challenges facing marketers in the telecoms sector.

The participating experts will discuss the changing face of communications; integrating multiple platforms such as mobile, web and TV under one brand; maintaining customer loyalty; and the role of retail and face-to-face contact as part of a telecoms brand-marketing plan.

Send your questions now to OpeningUp@haymarket.com, and we will put them to our panel: Marc Allera, sales and marketing director, 3; Fiona Bosman, head of brand engagement, Nokia; Dominic Chambers, European marketing director, LG Electronics; Richard Dorman, senior marketing manager, Sony Ericsson; Steve Huddleston, head of media, BT; Casper Nelson, head of brand communications, Phones4U; Hilary Perchard, director of product management, Sky; and John Rudaizky, chief executive Team Vodafone, WPP.

The roundtable will be held on 30 September. The session will be filmed and the answers to your questions will appear in a video on marketingmagazine.co.uk, as well as in a feature in the magazine.

This is the third in series of roundtable events in which Yahoo! and Marketing are ‘opening up' product categories to uncover the big issues facing brands today.

 

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