What do the letters C T A M stand for?
The letters in CTAM stand for the Cable and Telecommunications Association for Marketing.

What does CTAM Europe do?
CTAM Europe provides marketing learning, sharing best practices and networking via CTAM Europe events, workshops and webinars for the European cable industry.

Where does the company originate from?
The Mother company is CTAM and it was established 35 years ago in North America.

How many members does CTAM Europe have?
CTAM and CTAM Europe have altogether 5,500 members across North America, Canada and Europe. CTAM Europe has over 250 members.

Who are the CTAM Europe members?
CTAM Europe membership is coming from different sectors in the cable industry: the majority are cable operators, programmers, representatives of broadband companies, technology vendors and other cable industry service providers. Including CEO level, VP and directors from marketing, product, customer care and more.

Do we manage or are we involved in any industry events?
Yes indeed! Next year’s Cable Congress is happening in Brussels in March 2019 – dates/venue to be advised.

As a result of integrating CTAM Europe’s EuroSummit into the Congress in 2016, the re-imagined Cable Congress will feature more marketing, branding, customer and content-led sessions. It embraces more SME, start-up and emerging market developments alongside the biggest players and competitors, to create the unrivalled meeting place for cable, content and connectivity.

The Cable Congress embraces both the technology behind the cable network and the services we provide to consumers – never losing sight of the business strategy which underpins both.

Key players in our industry gather once a year, with a programme brought to you by Cable Europe in partnership with Cable Labs and CTAM Europe. Will you be registering to join the elite?  Attendees are able to network and learn from and the industry’s top executives.

We hope to see you there!