JAKARTA, Indonesia, July 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Great Wall Club (GWC), a private network for innovators and executives from leading mobile companies worldwide, will hold the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) for the first time in Southeast Asia on August 10-11, 2015 at the Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta. Indonesia has been chosen as the first country in Southeast Asia due to its mobile technology market that has been expanding rapidly.
GMIC has become one of the largest mobile community events for attendees to learn about the latest in mobile and internet innovations as well as connect with industry thought leaders. GMIC is aimed at educating people to better understand the mobile internet industry, the latest trends in mobile technology and to highlight how mobile technology is positively changing the world. GMIC Jakarta will specifically address these topics as they pertain to Indonesia and Southeast Asia as a whole.
GMIC Jakarta will present the theme "Bringing the Best of the Mobile Internet World to Southeast Asia and Vice Versa" as the innovation of mobile devices continues from phones and tablets to health, home, cars, smart TV's to robots. Our mobile devices, technology and integration with the internet of things has created better, smarter living for people in every aspect of life.
"Mobile technology industry has become a boom worldwide and Indonesia is the fourth highest global internet growth country in the world, after India, China and Myanmar, according to Ericsson Mobility report. Hence, GMIC would like to present the conference as a platform for sharing insights on the latest mobile technology trends," said Wen Chu, founder and CEO of GWC.
The main topics of discussions at GMIC Jakarta are Thought Leadership, Mobile Marketing & Monetization, Internet of Things, Global Game Summit, G-Startup and AppAttack. The conference brings to the stage speakers from well-known companies, such as: Wen Chu, Founder and CEO of GWC; Wang Gaofei, CEO of Weibo; and Sonny Vu, Founder and CEO of Misfit Wearables just to name a few.
"We would like GMIC to become a platform for mobile industry executives, innovators, developers and entrepreneurs to innovate and expand their knowledge on the latest mobile technology trends. We aspire GMIC Jakarta to be the conference people attend to better understand and grasp the mobile technology industry in Southeast Asia."
Registration is now open. To register and confirm your attendance, please visit the GMIC Jakarta website.
Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) is a mobile internet conference, hosted by GWC. GMIC invites mobile industry executives, entrepreneur, developers and investors from all over the world to participate. In addition to Jakarta, GMIC 2015 events will be hosted in Beijing, Silicon Valley, Bangalore, Tokyo, Sao Paulo, New York, Seoul and Taipei. Since the first GMIC event in Beijing in 2009, which had approximately 300 attendees, the conference has grown its presence to eights cities and collectively over 50,000 attendees.
GWC was established by Wen Chu and his colleagues when the mobile internet industry began to boom. GWC is an invitation-only, private network for innovators and executives from leading mobile companies worldwide to build trusted relationships, share insights, explore collaboration and develop international growth strategy. GWC is headquartered in Mountain View, CA and has offices in Beijing and Tokyo.
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