Duration: 35 Minutes

Time: 09:00 ET | 14:00 UK | 15:00 CET | 18:30 IST

Date: 05/12/2018

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What You’ll Learn From This Webinar:

Retail, healthcare, hospitality, municipalities, airports and the enterprise sector. As a service provider you can tap into these business-to-business (B2B) opportunities when developing your B2B Wi-Fi offerings with a managed guest Wi-Fi service.

But there is so much more to gain from B2B Wi-Fi services, than just the additional revenue as such. Learn more on the dynamical effects B2B Wi-Fi have on a service provider’s business and how it can pave the way for Small-Cells and IoT business.

Topics covered include:

  • Carrier Wi-Fi is evolving.
  • The dynamic effects of an operator managed guest Wi-Fi service.
  • Site acquisition, how can a B2B guest Wi-Fi service help?
  • Can Wi-Fi be a vehicle to deploy small cells?
  • Is Hotspot 2.0 / Passpoint really what a business customer wants?
  • How the right captive portal design can increase revenue by 15%.
  • Critical success factors for a B2B guest Wi-Fi service?
  • What about privacy and legislations such as GDPR?
  • It’s not just about connecting people anymore, Wi-Fi IoT is a new opportunity.


Johan Terve, VP Marketing, Aptilo Networks

Johan has more than 30 years of experience working in the IT industry, and spent the last 20 years in various CEO, VP and Director positions. He joined Aptilo in 2007 and prior to that he served as VP Marketing & Sales at Ingate Systems and in that position he succeeded in putting the company on the map as a leading global player in SIP-capable firewalls and SIP trunking solutions for enterprise Voice-over-IP. As Marketing Director for Nordic Datadistribution, a $130M company, he was responsible for all business divisions and corporate marketing and helped this major IT equipment distributor become the fastest growing company in Sweden for four consecutive years. Johan started his career as a software developer and has a broad university-level education in business administration, psychology and economics.

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