Social

Language Menu

Language: English Chinese

Tag Archive | "GMIC"

Dialogue with Tencent CEO and Co-founder, Pony Ma

Last Tuesday evening at the main stage hall of GMIC Beijing 2013, hundreds were in the room all eagerly anticipating arguably one of the highlights of Day 1, the dialogue session with Pony Ma, CEO and Co-founder of Tencent. Ma started off by squashing any recent rumours that said WeChat will be implementing a charging…

Read the full story

Posted in Industry Leaders, Mobile Comments

Evernote CEO Phil Libin Announces Launch of Evernote Business at GMIC 2013

Evernote CEO Phil Libin has a lot to celebrate in Beijing this week. First things first: Evernote China, or Yinxiang Biji, turned one year old. That’s one year from Evernote China’s launch from last year’s GMIC (Libin tweeted Happy Birthday greetings to the China team on May 5). And, the more headline worthy announcement: Evernote Business (Yinxiang Biji…

Read the full story

Posted in Events, Industry Leaders, Mobile, Startups Comments

G-Startup Top 20 Finalists Announced

G-Startup is honored to have received hundreds of quality Startup applications from 18 different countries. The amount, variety, and quality of applications made for a very difficult selection process. Finally, our judges were able to land on an impressive Top 20. Congratulations to the selected Startups! We are proud to announce the following companies as the Top…

Read the full story

Posted in Mobile, Startups Comments

What’s New with Waygo: Instant Chinese Language Translation App Expanding to Android and Two New Asian Languages

Declared unanimously as the favorite app of appAttack GMIC SV 2012 by all 5 judges of the competition, Waygo (previously Waigo) is a cutting edge mobile app providing instant translation of Chinese menu into English. No internet is needed, and it requires very low usage of memory space on your device. Waygo is perfect for…

Read the full story

Posted in Mobile, Startups Comments

GGS Mobile Game Platform Announces Ten Winners from GGS Beijing!

Held in Beijing on Tuesday, the second installment of GGS was a smash hit! With 400 in attendance at the Schonbrunn Hotel and judges from DeNA, Tapjoy, 91 Perfect World, Zynga, and Renren, GGS Beijing sets the stage for the next phase of the competition, which will be held in Guangzhou, Seoul, Tokyo, and San Francisco…

Read the full story

Posted in Games, Mobile Comments

Is There a Mobile Internet Bubble in China?

As the popularity of mobile Internet reaches an unprecedented height, some are beginning to wonder whether there may be an upcoming bubble in the industry. According to them, the mobile Internet industry may seem promising, but it probably won’t produce any profit. Some data has caught people’s attention, and some investors and developers are getting…

Read the full story

Posted in Mobile Comments

GMIC 2012: Ladies Take the Stage, How Does Their Perspective Differ With Male Panelists?

This morning three female entrepreneurs – Tao Ning, Partner and COO of Innovation Works; Wang Hongyu, CEO of pangsuo.com; and Gong Haiyan, CEO of jiayuan.com – take the stage at GMIC 2012. It is definitely a rare treat to have the chance to listen to a unique female perspective and their take on the future of…

Read the full story

Posted in Mobile Comments

GMIC 2012: Mr. Matsumoto, Chief Strategic Advisor of Softbank Mobile, Speaks About Future of Mobile Networks

Six years ago, Softbank Mobile took a risk by buying out Vodafone’s operations in Japan. They gambled with the future of their company on the expansion of the mobile Internet market. This strategy has propelled Softbank to become a nationwide company in Japan and the leading mobile operator. They are now expressing their hopes to expand…

Read the full story

Posted in Mobile Comments

GMIC 2012: Naveen Tewari, Founder of InMobi, Defines Future of Mobile Advertising

Games games games. So far this is the motif of GMIC 2012 in terms of Apps, and InMobi like other companies is relying on “gamification” to innovate itself in the rapidly changing market. Naveen Tewari, the founder of InMobi, a company that has grown from India to become a major global competitor second only to Google,…

Read the full story

Posted in Mobile Comments

GMIC 2012: Joe Wu, Co-CEO of NetDragon, Speaks About Smartphone User Trends in China

Joe Wu, Co-Ceo of NetDragon, sheds light on his experiences in three different areas of the mobile internet space in China: differentiation, potential and synergy. Being the largest online distributor in China, NetDragon has access to some very interesting information. After showing us a few slides of data, we get a sense that the potential in…

Read the full story

Posted in Mobile Comments

Follow GMIC on Twitter