GSMA Outlines Details of Thrive Virtual Platform Series

GSMA Outlines Details of Thrive Virtual Platform Series

After the successful inaugural Thrive China event, the GSMA announced full details of the Thrive 2020 series of events. Through GSMA Thrive, the virtual convening platform gives participants the quality experience that they have come to expect from the world’s leading mobile industry association.

While the world adapts to the challenges of physical distancing, the GSMA said it continues to showcase world-class content and explore new ways for the industry to engage, interact and network. The GSMA said in a statement that it is committed to unlocking the power of connectivity so that people, industry, and society thrive and are pleased to offer Thrive 2020 keynotes and online sessions to all attendees without charge.

“GSMA Thrive China was our first foray into a virtual offering, to build relationships, deliver meaningful solutions for our future and continue to convene the global ecosystem, and it was a huge success,” said John Hoffman, CEO of GSMA. “The platform shows how that while in-person events are not possible at this time, the GSMA is continuously creating ways to connect global decision-makers and industry leaders until we can all meet again in person.”

GSMA Thrive events connect the mobile industry to share ideas, drive innovation and impact the technological landscape and will include keynote addresses, online presentations and panel sessions which contain unrivalled insights and best practices. There will be a virtual exhibition that provides additional opportunities targeted at start-ups and innovative companies, all of which aim to help businesses recover and emerge more robust than ever.

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