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"Seismic Change to The Global Internet" event in London - and complementary live stream for Diplo community

This might be interesting to decision makers and all of you from corporate sector thinking about strategic and communication aspects of business (and not only Internet business) in "era" of new gTLDs and multilingual Internet.

Our colleagues from Multilingual Internet Group (MLI Group) are organising an interesting event in London on Jan 29, 2014 with distinguished speakers - besides on-site participation, live stream will be available for registered e-participants.

Diplo has secured a special arrangement for our community members: limited number of complimentary passes for early registrants and special rates for late-comers to follow a live stream of the MLI London event. Those interested in the complimentary passes should act quickly and email us (vladar at diplomacy dot edu) with their expression of interests to receive their registration codes as limited quantities for complimentary stream are available and will be issued on first come first served. Others who are late in securing their complimentary access will be advised by the organisers of the special streaming fees and their respective codes to register with if interested.

Some of you may even organise local hubs to follow the event and discuss local related issues in parallel (and maybe even decide to host some future MLI event in your town which can be a good business venture).

For more details on the London High level seminar please read below.


Dear friends and colleagues,


We wish you to join us at our High-Level Seminar in London on January 29th titled: 

"Prepare For The Seismic Change to The Global Internet,


Leverage New Opportunities in Emerging Markets’ Current & Next ...



The objective behind our series of  High-Level Events in London and other cities is to educate decision makers and stakeholders to help them understand and prepare for the coming Seismic Changes to the global Internet.  Decision makers will also learn how to turn these great new risks into  new  opportunities as consequences of these seismic changes, especially in Emerging Markets. (For more information and to book your delegate passes, click on the link in the EventBrite invitation below).


Distinguished Panelists

Moderated by MLi Group Chairman Khaled Fattal, a panel of distinguished experts and insiders is assembled to include: 

Mr. Jan Corstens, Deloitte, Partner, Enterprise Risk Services,

Dr. Moctar Yedaly, African Union Commission, Head of Division, Infrastructure and Energy Department,

Mr. Martin SuttonHSBC HOLDINGS PLC, Group Risk Manager, Group Fraud Risk and Intelligence,

Dr. Imad Y. Hoballah, Chairman and CEO, Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA), Lebanon, Representative to the ITU and ICANN GAC,


Join us in Person or Via Live Stream

We look forward to seeing you in person or via our live streaming feed directed to many HQs and locations  in the world especially in Emerging Markets. Let us know if you are unable to join in person and wish to receive our live stream directly to your HQs,  offices, or centers.


MLi Group Events in Your City

Plans are under way to hold similar High-level Events in many cities around the world in 2014, and your city can be considered and added to our list of “Prioritized Cities”. If you believe The MLi Group should consider holding a similar High-Level Event in your city, please feel free to recommend / propose your city to us with your reasons..


Download our White Paper

Last but not least, if you are still not sure that you will be impacted, click to download our White Paper on these Seismic Changes to hit the global internet, their risks, and the great new opportunities in Emerging Markets.


See you in London, or online, January 29th.


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