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John Gilbert to moderate CBRS panel at Connected Virtual Event

Fifth Gen Media has announced that John Gilbert from Rudin Management will be the moderator of a panel called “CBRS/Private LTE-Networks that you can own” at the Connected Virtual Tech Event. The panel will be at 1:00 PM EDT on July 22nd, Day One of the two day event. “I’m really pleased that we were able to be a part of our event and this panel,” said Rich Berliner CEO of Fifth Gen Media, the event producer. “Getting him to moderate is even more impressive as I want our attendees to hear from real estate executives and not just vendors. John is a straight shooter and has a huge industry presence. People know him and trust his judgement. I’m humbled that he has agreed to do this.”

The Connected Virtual Tech Event is the second in the series that Fifth Gen has put on as the next best way to learn, share and mingle in the Covid-19 era. The first event was a huge success and followed the live event held in Florida in February and was one of the last live events to be held. This Event to be on July 22nd and 23rd and will feature many other topics done in live format like smart buildings, IoT, Real Estate Roundtable, public safety, supply chain best practices, Cybersecurity, 5G using CBRS and much more. “we are trying to keep it lively and high energy to keep everyone engaged. We have a pretty high bar to keep up with from our recent events”, commented Aaron Friedman VP of Operations at Fifth Gen. “we do not intend to have this event be a letdown. We have a reputation to keep up now as the virtual trade show leaders”.

To register for the event click here

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