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GMIC Tokyo 2014 Session Highlights

GWC’s inaugural GMIC in Japan, GMIC Tokyo was organized on July 11, 2014 at Hikarie Hall in Tokyo. Below are highlights from GMIC Tokyo 2014: Sheng Fu, CEO of Cheetah Mobile talked about how low labor cost, unique growth opportunities and freemium model are the three advantages that Chinese companies have, based on which the…

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GMIC Tokyo

Join Xiaomi, DeNA, Softbank, Cheetah Mobile at GMIC Tokyo: Super Early Bird Pricing Till June 30

The Japanese mobile internet industry has always been at the forefront of mobile innovation. Join us as we bring together industry experts as well as up-and-coming innovators at GMIC Tokyo taking place on July 11, 2014 at Hikarie Hall in Tokyo’s hip Shibuya district. The theme of GMIC Tokyo 2014 is ”Globalization of Mobile”. Speaker requests for…

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Global Mobile Internet Conference 2014 Beijing Presented the Opportunities Brought By the Next 50 Billion Mobile Internet Users

These highlights of GMIC Beijing 2014 are provided by Burson-Marsteller Asia’s largest mobile conference, the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) was hosted in Beijing again this year at the China National Convention Center. Attendees were treated to a wealth of network opportunities, where they shared their views on the top trends that are shaping the industry….

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Wang Gaofei, CEO, Sina Weibo: Future of Weibo and Chinese Social Networks

Wang Gaofei, CEO of Sina Weibo, chatted with Wen Chu, CEO of GWC about the next phase of social networking. Wang Gaofei became involved with Sina Weibo in 2009 and soon rose to become CEO. Wang Gaofei believes that his leadership resolves around his technical perspective, having graduated with a computer science degree from Peking…

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The Next Decade: The Age of the Mobile Internet – Xiao Hong, CEO, Perfect World

The pace of the internet has been moving at a breakneck speed and with the explosion of mobile over the last 4 years. CEO of Perfect World Xiao Hong shared his company’s vision on how mobile internet will likely to appear over the next decade. Xiao Hong spoke of his recent visit to a college, where…

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation in a Global Context : Panel at GMIC Beijing

Today at GMIC Beijing 2014, James Shen, VP of Qualcomm and Dan Wong, VP of Samsung discussed entrepreneurship in global context with Vijay Vaitheeswaran, China business editor of the Economist. The panel agreed that innovation was the most important factor for success, defining innovation as fresh thinking that creates value for customers. James Shen added…

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Keynote at GMIC Beijing 2014 by Derek Shen, President, Linkedin China

Linkedin launched a China specific site and service early this year. Derek Shen who previously served as CEO of Nuomi, was appointed the President of the professional networking site in China, bringing his wealth of experience to spearhead Linkedin’s growth into China’s massive market. “Linkedin is a professional networking site, connecting people from all over…

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Vaughan Smith at GMIC Beijing Fireside Chat: Can Facebook Connect the World?

Day 2 of GMIC Beijing 2014 saw the Vice President of Facebook, Vaughan Smith in a fireside chat with the CMO of GWC, Barrett Parkman. Vaughan Smith started by bringing the audience up to speed on the current stage of Facebook in their mission to connect the world. “Despite the fact that 90% of the world…

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Naveen Tewari, CEO, InMobi at GMIC Beijing 2014: How to Kill Banners

Naveen Tewari, CEO of mobile advertising platform InMobi told the audience at the main stage of the GMIC 2014 Beijing that the era of banner ads is over. “We do not like banners.” Tewari said. “We literally hate banners. Consumers don’t like them, creators don’t like them, nobody likes them.” But when solving the problem…

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China’s $400bn Entertainment industry is Going Mobile

Two CEOs of China’s biggest mobile gaming companies, Shanda Games and OurPalm, which were among the first gaming companies to reach IPO in China, and the Executive VP of the Hong Kong-based China Renaissance Group – one of the most active VC companies in greater China – sat down for a fireside talk, at Beijing’s…

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