Colt CEO Keri Gilder speaks at  Capacity Europe 2023

Colt CEO Keri Gilder speaks at Capacity Europe 2023

 November 02, 2023

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Colt Technology Services women regularly provide thought leadership at key industry events.

Colt's CEO Keri Gilder recently spoke at Capacity Europe 2023, Europe's largest networking event for connectivity and infrastructure.

The event is the continent’s largest meeting for global connectivity enablers and infrastructure operators with over 3,000 attendees from 1,000 companies.

"I absolutely love this industry and this is a great opportunity to bring hearts and minds together to solve the problems of the world," said Keri. "This event, I think, is one of the best events throughout the calendar year. Number one, we're the key sponsor of it, so of course, but I also think it's a key event because it is a meeting of the minds of all of the international providers around the world."

Bringing to life new ideas and concepts 

The entire connectivity landscape came together at the event including network operators, data centres, cloud providers, satellite operators, hyperscalers, content providers and more, to negotiate new deals, reinforce partnerships, or make new connections. The conference, led by C-level executives, brought to life new ideas and concepts, and the Global Carrier Awards recognised innovation and annual achievements across digital infrastructure. Capacity Europe helped facilitate deals that help create Europe’s next generation of networks.

International bestselling author

Colt's Vice President Strategic Alliances, Ruth Welter, also spoke at Capacity Europe, while the event also saw an insightful keynote from author Caroline Criado-Perez OBE.

Author of the number one international bestseller Invisible Women: Exposing data bias in a world built for men, Caroline is a renowned feminist, author, and advocate for gender equality, and was named OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2015. Caroline’s notable campaign work includes getting a female historical figure on Bank of England banknotes, getting X (formerly Twitter) to introduce a “report abuse” button on tweets, and getting the first statue of a woman (Millicent Fawcett) in London's Parliament Square.​

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