28 January 2016

GSMA Mobile World Congress Shanghai Post-Event Report 2015

As the largest-ever mobile industry event in Asia to date, 55 influential speakers from across the international mobile community shared their insights, experiences and ideas with C-Level executives, industry thought leaders and key stakeholders. 

With support from the GSMA, our global telecommunications team have captured the key themes, insights and dialogue from the conference, balanced with careful consideration of the implications and imagined futures.

Insights on ‘hot button’ issues currently affecting and shaping the industry include: 

  1. The future of mobile and 5G technology - its role in developing economies and driving the adoption of new behaviours
  2. Challenges in making the Internet of Things (IoT) a reality, and the need for partnership 
  3. The mobile ecosystem and its regulatory considerations and challenges 
  4. The rise of mCommerce and building trust through mobile identity solutions
  5. eHealth and smart cities – exploring exciting new technologies and their role in driving transformation.

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