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GMIC To Explore "The Next Five Billion" At Asia's Largest Mobile Conference

BEIJING, Jan. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Drawing an expected 10,000 attendees from more than 30 countries, the sixth iteration of GMIC Beijing, Asia's largest mobile conference, will reconvene on May 5-6 at the China National Convention Center. The two-day meeting will gather mobile innovators, investors, entrepreneurs and developers for an opportunity to expand their international networks and celebrate cutting-edge innovations in technology.

Headlining speakers include Pony Ma, CEO, Tencent; Dave Morin, CEO, Path; Charles Chao, CEO, Sina; Naveen Tewari, CEO, InMobi; Chen Haozhi, CEO, Chukong; Charles Chao, CEO, Sina; Yu Yongfu, CEO, UCWeb; Lei Jun, CEO, Xiaomi; Hugo Barra, VP, Xiaomi.

The conference theme, Mobilizing the Next 5 Billion, will explore opportunities and challenges as mobile becomes the first access point for the next wave of technology consumers. To be successful, companies must be prepared to serve these new users while continuing to engage the existing population that has embraced mobile as a primary access point. Discussions will also focus on the impact of new mobile innovations such as wearable devices, mobile internet financing and mobile entertainment content.

Wenchu, the CEO of GMIC's organizer, GWC shares, "Asia is home to 60% of the world's population, though only 27% of its internet users. That means incredible opportunity for those in the mobile internet space here, as mobile devices will be their connection to the internet. Without a doubt, the companies joining us at GMIC will be the big influencers on the next five billion internet users."

GMIC Top Sponsors include Sina, Tencent, 91.com, UCWeb, InMobi, Chukong Technologies, and Xiaomi. Previous sponsors have included Qualcomm, Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia. A full list of confirmed sponsors and speakers is available at http://beijing.thegmic.com/

Registration Now Open
To register and confirm your attendance, please visit: http://beijing.thegmic.com/register/

About GMIC Beijing
GMIC is Asia's largest mobile conference and will host 10,000+ mobile executives, entrepreneurs, developers, and investors from 30+ countries on May 5-6 at the China National Convention Center, in Beijing's Olympic Park. GMIC is the leading global platform for the mobile industry to build cross-border, cross-platform partnerships, to learn from industry thought leaders, to better understand mobile technology trends and global markets, and to shed light on how mobile is positively changing the world. Building upon its success in Beijing and Silicon Valley, GMIC's 2014 calendar includes two new satellite conferences to be launched in Tokyo and New Delhi.  

For more information about GMIC, please visit http://beijing.thegmic.com/ or follow
GMIC on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/thegmic) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/theGMIC).

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