ABOUT PTC

CONNECTIONS OPEN THE WORLD

Recognized as PTC, we are the global non-profit membership organization promoting the advancement of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the Pacific Rim, the most dynamic geography of the world, spanning over 40 nations.

Membership

As a membership organization, we mobilize global leaders in telecommunications and information technology industries so they can drive the development and deployment of ICT across the Pacific region and beyond.

Non-Profit

As a non-profit, we are dedicated to educating professionals in and about the region. We spark, and guide, conversations and collaborations that set the stage for the deployment and growth of ICT throughout the region and beyond.

Global

As a global organization, we engage the broadest community of professionals, organizations, technologists, researchers and influencers who together ensure progress in our industry while improving the quality of life in Pacific Rim communities.

PTC is at the nexus of two of the most important trends on the senior leadership agenda today: the rise of the networked digital society and the exponential economic growth in Asia and beyond.

Vision

The Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC) is the leading professional organization promoting the advancement and commercial use of information and communication technologies, services, policies, and knowledge, to benefit its global members and the people of the Pacific Hemisphere.

Mission

To realize its Vision, the Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC) motivates and enables its members to conduct trade in facilities, technologies, and services and to use the power of information and communication technologies (ICT) to improve the quality of life in the Asia-Pacific.

Specifically, PTC will:

  • Organize conferences, exhibitions, and other forums to promote the open exchange of information, ideas and views in the context of the commercial, social, economic, and other development needs in the Pacific Hemisphere.
  • Bring together influential leaders from diverse backgrounds and locations to informally debate contemporary and controversial issues affecting the development and use of ICT.
  • Encourage the research, development, and application of technologies, services and policies through our constituency of educators, governments, commercial organizations, non-profit entities and user communities, especially to overcome uneven development and competency divides.
  • Grow an active diverse membership of experts and influential professionals committed to achieving our Vision.
  • Monitor and address members’ needs and continuously create value for them.
  • Develop the resources and capabilities needed to achieve our Vision in a sustainable manner.
  • Promote widely the views, role, activities, and benefits of the Pacific Telecommunications Council.

BYLAWS

PTC organizes conferences, exhibitions, and other forums to promote the open exchange of information, ideas and views in the context of the commercial, social, economic, and other development needs in the Pacific Hemisphere.

The Council brings together influential leaders from diverse backgrounds and locations to informally debate contemporary and controversial issues affecting the development and use of ICT.

PTC encourages the research, development, and application of technologies, services and policies through our constituency of educators, governments, commercial organizations, non-profit entities and user communities, especially to overcome uneven development and competency divides.

We grow an active and diverse membership of experts and influential professionals committed to achieving our vision and then monitor and address members’ needs to continuously create value for them.

The Pacific Telecommunications Council is responsible for developing the resources and capabilities needed to achieve our vision in a sustainable manner.

Effective: 19 November 2008

Note: These bylaws may be altered, amended, added to, or repealed by an affirmative vote of not less than two-thirds (2/3) of the Board of Governors present at any valid meeting; provided, however, that the regional/membership category allocations set forth in Article V, Section 2 and Article VI, Section 2 shall only be modified by the Members. Notice of any proposed amendments shall have been given in writing in the call for such meeting, subject to repeal or change by action of the Members. Written notice of any effective amendment(s) to these bylaws shall be provided to the Members.

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