Want to work for us?
The telecoms and media community relies on us for our unique combination of market leading events, business-critical research and training. Our people are key to this success.
We are part of Informa, the leading provider of business information and services with over 8,000 employees in 150 offices.
Our unique positioning provides a wide variety of career opportunities from research and conference organisation, to sales, marketing and support.
If you join us we'll ensure your role will reward, challenge and stretch you. You can also expect great training, benefits and career development opportunities and the chance to work with some of the most recognised brands in the industry.
We pride ourselves on having strong values that reflect the culture and thinking of our employees.
In addition to this Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is also a high priority and something we actively participate in and encourage across the organisation.
To understand more about what a career in ITM would be like please see our day in the life video diaries.
DevelopmentInforma Telecoms and Media recruits talented individuals and we continue to invest in our employees once they join us. We want our employees to enjoy working here and feel as if they have all the necessary skills to perform to the best of their ability. We therefore offer a range of training methods including our own internal training academy, coaching, mentoring and possible support for professional qualifications. We also have a structured career development plan to enable everyone within Telcoms and Media to reach their full potential.
CSR - Corporate Social Responsibility“Informa Telecoms and Media values and embraces corporate social responsibility. As part of Informa plc we work both globally and locally with our CR representative to put in place a CSR strategy that creates positive change. Activities range from ‘Going Bananas’ a fun run to raise money for the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) to Green week which drives energy saving initiatives across the business. Informa plc has also pledged its support to the Prince’s Trust, the youth charity that helps young people change their lives.
We have a number of policies in place to support CSR and the values that are important to us and we are always looking for suggestions within Telecoms and Media about how our strategy can reflect what is important to our employees.”
For more information on CSR please visit: www.informa.com/Corporate-responsibility
Conferences and ExhibitionsOur 100+ annual congress and exhibitions, delivered in consultation with the industry and led by our in-house analyst & editorial expertise, are key in driving the industry's agenda.
Key brands include: Com World Series, LTE World Series, Broadband World Forum, IIR Telecoms & Technology, IP&TV World Series.
Research and ConsultingOur strategic insight, key market data and forecasts have led the market for more than 25 years. We have 65 analysts in 9 research offices.
Key brands include: Intelligence Centre, World Cellular Information Service, World Broadband Information Service.
TrainingTelecoms Academy offers a public portfolio of over 50 training courses that is constantly being refreshed and expanded by our team of highly accomplished telecoms training professionals.
Our portfolio includes intensive five-day Telecoms Mini MBA courses along with specialist telecoms marketing, leadership and commercial programmes.
telecoms.comtelecoms.com is the leading online source of freely available intelligence for the telecoms industry, drawing on the industry expertise of a team of journalists who average over 12 years each in the IT and communications sector.
Key brands include: Mobile Communications International, Mobile@telecoms.com, A Week in Wireless
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