Highlights of World 2019

Catch up on all the action from Budapest in September 2019 – and get a feeling for the rich content, international exhibition and huge range of participants you can expect at ITU Digital World 2021 in Ha Noi.

Post-event report 2019
 

2019 in figures

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4000+

participants from 135 countries

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260+

exhibitors, sponsors and partner

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250+

expert speakers

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300+

ICT leaders from public & private sector

The best of World 2019

The highlights

Best of Digital World 2019 - the highlights
Explore the highlights of ITU Telecom World 2019 in Budapest, from the opening ceremony to the farewell reception.
Daily highlights

Session videos

Best of Digital World 2019 - Session videos
Catch up on panel debates, roundtables and interactive sessions you may have missed, or revisit key moments from the event in our session summaries and session videos
Session videos

Interviews

Best of Digital World 2019 - Executive interviews
Find out more on the insights, perspectives and opinions of event participants, from exhibitors to speakers, international thought-leaders and heads of organizations, Award winners and SMEs.
Video interviews

Photo gallery

Best of Digital World 2019 - Photo gallery
Browse images of ITU Telecom World 2019 in Budapest, Hungary, from the exhibition to the Forum, networking and social events.
Photos

2019 speakers

Experts and thought-leaders from public and private sectors, from emerging and developed markets, and from across the globe.

Mr. Geoffrey Sengendo

Head, Technical Services: RCDF

Uganda Communications Commission (UCC)

Uganda

Ms. Melissa Sassi

Startup Program Manager & IBM Z Influencer

IBM

USA

Ms. Elena Puigrefagut

Senior Project Manager, Technology & Innovation

European Broadcasting Union

Switzerland

Mr. Majid Mohamed Al Madhloum

Senior Manager Center of Digital Innovation “CoDI”

Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA)

United Arab Emirates

Mr. ALEXANDER NTOKO

Chief of the Operations and Planning Department

International Telecommunication Union

United Nations

What they said