GSMA Launches Virtual Convening Platform

GSMA Launches Virtual Convening Platform

The GSMA announced the launch of the Thrive series, with the inaugural Thrive China event taking place 30 June – 2 July. A virtual industry convening platform, GSMA Thrive will give attendees the quality convening 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 will offer the best of the industry’s voices and perspectives to learn from and to connect. The association is committed to unlocking the power of connectivity so that people, industry, and society thrive and are pleased to offer GSMA Thrive China 2020 keynote and online sessions to all attendees without charge.

“At a time when connectivity has never mattered more, the GSMA is excited to offer a new online stage. This is the first of a series of exciting enhancements to achieve GSMA’s Vision: to unlock the power of connectivity so that people, industry and society thrive,” said John Hoffman, CEO GSMA. “Like our physical events, our new GSMA Thrive platform shows how the GSMA is continuously innovating ways to harness the collective knowledge of global decision-makers and industry leaders. GSMA Thrive China brings people together to build relationships and deliver meaningful solutions for our future.”

Industry leaders will discuss key topics in the regional and globally, such as Accelerated Digital Transformation, AI, Covid-19 Public Health Emergency Response, the Future of IoT, 5G Innovation and Investment and the 5G Era.

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