GMIC offers three new packages for startups that want to enter Asia's mobile markets by providing a platform to reach potential partners, clients, and users.
February 19, 2013 (Newswire) - The Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) Beijing announced today the release of the "Asia Launch and Entry" program for international mobile and Internet startups. Companies like Evernote, Flipboard, Halfbrick (Fruit Ninja) and Rovio (Angry Birds) previously launched at GMIC Beijing, Asia's largest and most influential mobile industry conference. GMIC is now offering packages that are ideal for international mobile startups and apps looking to quickly gain traction in the China and Asia market.
The fifth iteration of GMIC Beijing has positioned the conference to be an established avenue for foreign mobile and Internet companies to launch in China and Asia, to find partners and investors, and to test the apps market. GMIC Beijing expects 7,500 attendees on May 7-8 at the China National Convention Center, including 100+ speakers, startup and developer competitions, and a variety of networking events.
The Asia Launch and Entry packages are ideal for international startups and apps that want to enter China and Asia by providing a platform to reach potential partners, clients, and users at GMIC Beijing. Startups are offered three distinct opportunities. Packages include participation in a press conference with tens of Chinese and Asia-based media, tailored networking to meet the startups' needs, and brand exposure through a booth on the Exhibition Floor and a demonstration on the GMIC Show stage.
For more information about the "Asia Launch Pack" or "Asia Entry Pack", please visit http://beijing.thegmic.com/asia-launch-pack/.
The Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) has represented the forefront of the global mobile Internet industry for the past five years, and this year's event will set the stage for the next phase of mobile innovation and development. The fifth iteration of the Global Mobile Internet Conference will be held at the China National Convention Center on May 7-8, 2013.
As the industry's best not-to-miss event, GMIC creates an environment of opportunity for every attendee, with networking before, during, and after the conference, as well as exhibition space accommodating hundreds of industry leaders, startups and developers. Under the theme "Transforming Mobile Internet", GMIC Beijing 2013 will bring together over 7,500 mobile executives, investors, game makers, developers, and entrepreneurs to discuss, network, and discover new ideas and business avenues in the industry.
Confirmed speakers at GMIC Beijing include the majority of the key players in China:
Pony Ma, CEO of Tencent
Charles Chao, CEO of Sina
Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi
Zhang Hongjiang, CEO of Kingsoft
Hu Zemin, CEO of NetDragon
Yu Yongfu, CEO of UCWeb
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