TIM has inaugurated its new representative office in Brussels at the presence of the Chairman Fulvio Conti, the CEO Luigi Gubitosi, and the participation of the Director General of DG Connect Roberto Viola, along with several members of the European Parliament.
The office – reopened after two years of absence also in view of the new cycle of discussions concerning the telecommunications sector – responds to TIM’s Regulatory Affairs Director, Giovanni Moglia and TIM’s Public Affairs Director, Alessandro Picardi, and is managed by Giacomo Robustelli, Head of International and European Regulatory Affairs for the regulatory issues, with particular reference to regulation, equivalence and competition, and by Caterina Bortolini, Head of International and European Institutional Affairs, responsible for representing TIM’s standing at the EU Commissions and Parliament.
TIM works to spread digital experience in the lives of people: in their homes, cities, businesses. Thanks to its infrastructure – in fiber, LTE and 5G – TIM brings connectivity that is increasingly intelligent, with quality and technical competence.
To its customers, about 100 million in Italy and Brazil, TIM offers fixed and mobile telecommunications, internet, premium digital content for entertainment – video, music and gaming -, evolved cloud platforms and IT solutions.
All proposed in flexible and scalable packages based on the needs of families and businesses, on platforms that are easily accessible on a variety of different devices.
For smart homes the company has Internet of Things product line; for citizens it has e-government services for a modern relationship with Public Administrations, healthcare, schools; for businesses virtual services and cloud computing.