MWC’s equivalent in the East is the GMIC conference, which offers entrepreneurs a chance to receive exposure in the world’s largest market and includes over 25,000 participants each year
Beijing will host one of the biggest mobile conferences in the world, the GMIC (Global Mobile Internet Conference) conference, between April 28-30 with 25,000 attendees. The conference will take place at the National Convention Center and feature senior executives from 60 countries, among them investors, entrepreneurs, developers and other professionals. The conference welcomes Israeli entrepreneurs that wish to penetrate the largest market in the world, which has been gradually opening up to the Western world in recent years.
Attendees from 60 countries
GMIC takes place in numerous cities throughout the world, but the most famous one is the Chinese event, which has occurred annually since 2009. The conference draws senior executives from the mobile and Internet industries and especially from ones that come from Eastern countries.
More than 100 speakers from around the globe will give lectures at the conference, among them Steve Mollenkopf, CEO of Qualcomm, Eric Migicovsky, CEO and Founder of Pebble Technology, and many others from the global hi-tech industry. The conference will cover topics such as robotics, mobile marketing, transforming mobile to an important tool in the medical sector, smart houses, gaming, and more.
Prices for the event start at $30 for the exhibit alone, $450 for a “Silver Pass,” $1,500 for the “Gold Pass,” all the way to the “VIP card,” which costs $2,500.
For additional details, check out the event’s website.
Translated from Hebrew by Rinat Korbet from this post.
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