Opening its doors for Connected Britain on 20-21 September, The Business Design Centre in London will welcome 150 exhibitors and 3,000 attendees from across the public and private sector to exchange ideas and uncover new opportunities, in a bid to shape Britain’s digital future.
You can find us on stand number 15, opposite the café, where our Business Development Manager, Alex Baker, will be on hand throughout the event to welcome delegates and answer any queries.
Also in attendance on both days, our Managing Director Sharon McDermott, Operations Director Terry Daniell, Head of Client Services Katie Fosten, and George Rudak our Head of Legal, look forward to meeting and knowledge-sharing with other leaders in the tech and telecoms space.
It’s no secret that collaboration is the key to improving the nationwide fibre roll-out – and Connected Britain offers this in abundance.
Speaking on our involvement in the expo, Sharon commented: “For five years, our commitment to delivering straight-talking, business-changing legal support for forward-thinking organisations has seen Trenches Law climb the ranks and continue on an impressive growth trajectory – especially following the introduction of our wayleave automation solution, which shook up the market in 2020.
“We’re not your typical law firm, and innovation holds a vital position at the heart of our operations. As such, we’re proud to not only be attending this leading industry event, but also exhibiting to help delegates understand the importance wayleaves hold in relation to helping operators, wholesales, and resellers alike meet their strategic connectivity objectives.”
But that’s not all! Not a team to do things by halves, we’ll also be running a competition over the course of the event, giving attendees the chance to win one of three prizes:
- Foundation wayleave training – which explores the legislation that governs wayleaves, as well as the most common problems and suggested solutions.
- Advanced wayleave training – looking at different examples of wayleave agreements, and understanding how to challenge and negotiate these terms.
- Trespass training – a short session explaining how to prevent trespass claims when operators install their apparatus.
Fancy your chances? Simply hand your business card to Alex, and you’ll be automatically entered into the draw.
If you haven’t already secured your space at Connected Britain, there are still a handful of tickets left. Register your interest, today.
And if you’d like to speak to us before the event, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
We hope to see you there!