Roland Doll is responsible for European and multinational Affairs of Deutsche Telekom. He studied law at Universities of Frankfurt and Lausanne and is a post-graduate in international commercial law of the University of Aberdeen (UK). Before joining Deutsche Telekom in 1997 he held the positions of assistant professor at University of Frankfurt and as researcher in telecommunications law and regulation at the Scientific Institute for Communications Services (WIK) in Bad Honnef. He started his career at Deutsche Telekom as Assistant Director for Government Relations and Regulatory Affairs. In 2000 he was appointed Vice President International Regulatory Affairs at Deutsche Telekom. From 2003 to 2012 he held the position of Vice President International Government Relations in the Group Headquarters of Deutsche Telekom and since 2013 the position of Vice President European Affairs.
At this event, we looked into the progress made towards achieving the main priorities for strengthening the digital single market, the opportunities a