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We are part of FITCE (Federation of National Associations) which is a network of international ICT, telecoms and media experts. It represents organisations like ours across Europe.

Founded in 1962, FITCE currently has members in 10 European countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxemburg, Poland, Spain & the UK.

All ITP subscribers automatically gain FITCE membership.

The 60th Congress is now open, click here for more details

Benefits of FITCE
We know that telecoms is an international business and all operators and professionals need an international perspective to their careers. FITCE is in an ideal position to help do this. It has been very clear that all telecommunications across Europe face broadly similar challenges ranging from the opportunities offered by new technologies to the requirement to respond to changes in the competitive and regulatory landscapes. Understanding how other territories have responded to this and even how responses have varied across nations adds another dimension to your outlook.

In a world where globalisation and international collaboration is a major factor in business success, participation in an organisation like FITCE can equip you with additional knowledge and a more complete perspective on the industry; enhancing your career prospects.

If you would like to get involved with FITCE get in touch and we can tell you more.

FITCE Congress

The FITCE Congress provides the international forum for the exchange of new results among engineers, scientists and researchers on advances in telecommunication and other related areas.

One of the substantial benefits of the event is that it offers the chance to exchange views with colleagues in Europe and understand a range of new ways of responding to these challenges.

It takes place annually focusing on specific themes such as 5G. Find out more about the latest congress here.

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