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Wi-Fi expert's communication call after Marriott fine

Forge's Jeremy Rollinson says tech teams need to help planners after hotel group fined for blocking Wi-Fi hotspots at events .
Wi-Fi providers at conferences need to work more closely with event planners to consider delegates' needs - and the realistic cost of connections - in the wake of Marriott's fine in the US for jamming attendees' Wi-Fi at a Nashville hotel.
Jeremy Rollinson, chief technology officer and founder of Forge Special Projects, which provides technical infrastructure at events from Wi-Fi hotspots to charging points, told more should be done to reduce "the big gap between the internal technical teams at the venue and the organiser".

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