GMIC 2012 will build on the success of the previous three events GMIC 2011 had over 2000 attendees, 1500 mobile developers and 100+ speakers from over 25 countries bringing best practices in Asia to the global stage.
The novel state of the mobile Internet industry will prove to be a stimulating point of discussion, and will make The Global Mobile Internet Conference 2012 one of the most exciting and engaging events in Asia yet, with enterprises from a wide array of industries ranging from services, software, games, end-user device producers, telecom operators, government representatives, industrial organizations, academic elites, investors, totally reaching over 1000 representatives participating to discuss the developmental changes of the global mobile Internet industry.
The Global Mobile Internet Conference 2012 will be the fourth iteration of the GMIC conference and is hosted by the Great Wall Club, the leading network-based CEO club in the global mobile Internet industry. GMIC 2012 continues to aim to be at the frontier of the mobile Internet landscape to bring together leaders, influencers, and executives in mobile Internet from around the globe.
Mobile internet growth in China
The past few years have seen a dramatic climb in the number of mobile internet users within China to over 700million. While this trend shows no sign of slowing down it is important to understand what is pushing the remarkable growth. As the largest mobile industry gathering in China, GMIC2012 is at the heart of this growth and will give attendees a unique outlook on its causes & implications.
GMIC 2012 is the single event in Asia that brings together mobile Internet industry elites, leaders, and influencers from the East and West as high quality speakers, representing the leading forces in mobile Internet around the globe.
Attendees to the GMIC 2012 will include executives from leading mobile Internet companies in Asia, Europe, and the US. GMIC 2011 had 1441 attendees and 1577 mobile developers from 26 countries, with 43% of the attendees being executives. Additionally, almost 30% of attendees were from countries outside of China making it one of the most international conferences in China to date.
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