The world’s largest mobile event is being held in Barcelona these days, 25 – 28 Febraury 2019!
A Guidepost Report
The GSMA Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile industry, and incorporates a thought-leadership conference featuring prominent executives representing global mobile operators, device manufacturers, technology providers, vendors, and content owners. And it’s being held in Barcelona, Spain these days, 25- 28 February 2019.
MWC Barcelona annual attendance averages more than 100,000 people from more than 200 countries across the globe.
Per MWC Barcelona, MWC is “a highly-rated conference programme assembling today’s visionaries to explore the hottest topics influencing the industry. Everything you need to know about the industry, today and beyond, can be found here. With over 107,000 key decision-makers expected to attend, #MWC19 promises to expand your professional network and help you achieve your goals.”
There will be 2400+ exhibitors and 3500+ international media.
Some of the Pavilions and Zones
Digital Planet, which includes over 200 app, ad tech, e-commerce and marketing communication solution providers and other organisations focused on creating connected experiences and solutions; Country & Territories Pavilions, providing attendees with the opportunity to explore and experience the latest cutting-edge technologies, products and innovation from more than 30 countries & Territories; Graphene Pavilion, demonstrating how the Graphene transformative material impacts the mobile industry; GSMA Innovation City, demonstrating how mobile-connected products will enrich our living and working environment in cities across the world; GSMA Pavilion, which hosts GSMA’s Membership team; Internet of Things Zone, which demonstrates how mobile-connected products will enrich our living and working environment in cities across the world; NEXTech Hall 8.0, showing cutting-edge technology trends, including drones, robotics and virtual reality/augmented reality (AR/VR); and Wearables Pavilion, which shows the latest and greatest fun in wearable devices in the market.
In 2011, Barcelona was chosen the “GSMA Mobile World Capital” and will remain the site of GSMA Mobile World Congress till 2023.
Says Mobile World Barcelona (https://www.mwcbarcelona.com/mobile-world-capital-barcelona/): “ Mobile World Capital Barcelona is an initiative driving the mobile and digital transformation of society while helping improve people’s lives globally.
“With support of the public and private sectors throughout Barcelona, Catalonia and Spain, MWCapital focuses on three areas: accelerating innovation through digital-based entrepreneurship; the digital transformation of industries; and the empowerment of new generations, professionals and citizens with digital technologies.”
Be there and MWC 2019 promises you’ll
Evolving from its founding in 2006, Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2019 addresses the expansion of the event’s focus beyond just mobile technology, placing less emphasis on “mobile” to reflect the broadening scope of communications today.
For complete info: https://www.mwcbarcelona.com/
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