National Telecommunications Cooperative Association (NTCA) Fall Conference

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The National Telecommunications Cooperative Association (NTCA), "the voice of rural telecommunications," is the premiere non-profit association representing over 570 small and rural telephone cooperatives and commercial companies. NTCA is a full-service association, featuring a highly effective government affairs program; expert legal and industry representation; a broad range of educational services; a comprehensive communications program with visibility in the media; and a well-rounded complement of industry events and an array of employee benefit programs.


Fall Conference is about learning. The program is tailored to your needs for business insights, innovative ideas and tactical tools that will help you plan and execute better. The mix of learning formats and the opportunity for exchange with your peers gives this conference a special mix of training options that enable you to customize your learning experience by selecting the content that best meets your needs. You'll gain:

  • Insights and ideas for business innovation
  • Connections to other telecom executives
  • Inspiration to build a stronger future for your company
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This conference is for telecom executives at all levels in your company. The diverse content of the sessions and roundtables offer something for everyone. Our program is especially designed for CEOs, presidents, general managers, owners and directors. You may want to make this a team event and bring your top management staff to participate and share the learning experience. Directors benefit from dynamic discussions and information exchange. Also, attendees may complete courses for certificate programs such as the Directors Core Curriculum, General Managers Certificate and the Key Employee Certificate.

Partner Voices

Business success — you may think it’s all about the bottom line, but savvy CEOs like those at Apple, Starbucks and IKEA know otherwise. Although profits play a big role, it’s also important for companies to be socially responsible by considering their impact on the environment, their local economy and their customers. One way that companies can practice corporate social responsibility (CSR) is by incorporating it into company events.