Mobile World Congress 2015

Barcelona to Host Mobile World Congress 2015

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From Weables to Connected Cars Barcelona will be a Buzz of Mobile Technology as Mobile World Congress opens on March 2nd 2015

The 2015 Mobile World Congress will be held between the 2nd and 5th of March in Barcelona. The event will bring the best of mobile under one roof for 4 days. More than 1900 companies are going to exhibit their products and services at the event. Thousands of visitors will attend the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, an exciting opportunity to meet new people and make contacts for your business. The exhibits have been divided into 7 industry segments such as Connected living, Digital commerce, Health & wellness, LTE, Marketing and media, Mobile for development and Mobile gaming.

New format in conference program

The conference program will provide an in-depth coverage of the mobile industry, highlighting areas where growth is possible and opportunities exist. The organizers are introducing a new format for the conference this year, to include more speakers and to give more coverage to the trends and topics affecting the mobile industry. Each day of the conference will begin with a keynote address. The first keynote discussion will involve 6 speakers who will discuss the role of mobile operators in innovation. The second keynote discussion will be on machine to machine connections (mobile). In the consequent two says, there will be keynote sessions on 5G, the role of mobile in fostering innovation, all-IP mobile networks, social interactions & retailing and the Internet of Things. Other lectures have also been scheduled.

Visit App Planet- A unique app centric exhibition

App Planet is another exciting event. If you are in app development or if you want get into app development, then you should not miss this event at the Mobile World Congress. You can look forward to the exhibition in this section, where more than 200 app focused companies will showcase their services and products. It is also a wonderful opportunity to network with other app developers. A number of ‘networking gardens’ have been set up where attendees can hold meetings, meet clients, make small chat with other attendees or just grab a quick bite to eat. Another interesting feature at the Mobile World Congress is a special women centric summit called Connected Women Summit. Two reports will be launched at this summit- mobile access by women and their usage in emerging markets and a report on gender diversity in the telecom industry. Other events at the Mobile World Congress are GSMA summits, ministerial programs (for telecom leaders) and training programs for mobile professionals. The organizers claim the Mobile World Congress is the world’s greatest mobile event. It might well be the case. If not to view the exhibits or attend the educational sessions, at least visit the event for the networking opportunities, which are going to be numerous, diverse and thought provoking.