- Last month Serafino Abate, @GSMA Director of Competition Economics presented at the 29th European Regional Conferen… https://t.co/khP1FNZpty https://twitter.com/GSMAPolicy/status/1029388776911581184
- Are you attending M360 Digital Societies in Bangkok? Join us for a taster session on 7 September for our newest Cap… https://t.co/ngZevRHMPX https://twitter.com/GSMAPolicy/status/1026757893713010689
- Last week we hosted 17 students and 2 professors from Yonsei University in both London and Barcelona giving them un… https://t.co/YSY5jJRC5Q https://twitter.com/GSMAPolicy/status/1025348426475732992
- RT @SLPeneva: Registration for #M360RCIS is now live and the early bird discount is on until 14th September so book your spot early as plac…https://twitter.com/GSMAPolicy/status/1025082767565041664
- The GSMA welcomes agreement by the EU and Japan on cross-border data flows. https://t.co/RCQSIUnTzV https://t.co/5uGU9IBaq2 https://twitter.com/GSMAPolicy/status/1024656003848171522
- Have you read our latest blog about the Africa Policy Day we held on the eve of our recent #M360Africa event?… https://t.co/Otc62y45tu https://twitter.com/GSMAPolicy/status/1024593794367455232
- Beyond #GDPR: ePrivacy Regulation could have an even greater impact on European society. GSMA’s Jade Nester explain… https://t.co/y5hPzUii45 https://twitter.com/GSMAPolicy/status/1022848745346682881
- Our latest report, ‘Reforming mobile sector taxation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)' analyses the po… https://t.co/GJCqY0JgHC https://twitter.com/GSMAPolicy/status/1021764429141237760
- .@BERECeuropaeu study evaluates effect of mergers in Austria, Ireland and Germany on consumers – but fails to contr… https://t.co/miXbzGa60d https://twitter.com/GSMAPolicy/status/1019137195427467265
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Our mission is to help policymakers and regulators keep pace with the latest industry developments through training courses that highlight examples of regulatory best practice from around the world.
The GSMA is the global association of mobile network operators. In this role, it closely analyses policy and regulation related to mobile telecommunications and ICT, as well as the effects they have worldwide. The Capacity Building programme’s in-house experts have used this knowledge to create high-quality training courses that highlight real-world examples of policy and regulatory best practice.
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