Language Menu

Language: English Chinese

Tech Bloggers Needed

Mobisights, a leading tech blog on mobile in China and globally, is recruiting freelance writers to cover the Global Mobile Internet Conference – Silicon Valley, which will take place in San Jose on October 19-20. As the official media channel of GMIC SV, all Mobisights posts will be pushed to the 6000+ GMIC SV attendees. Writers will be considered Mobisights “Guest Bloggers”.

Expectations of Guest Bloggers:
Write a specified number of insightful posts on the various sessions occurring at GMIC SV and post exclusively* on Mobisights (*1 week exclusivity)
Tweet a minimum number of GMIC related messages using the GMIC hashtag
Benefits to writers:
Gain significant visibility among GMIC attendees and followers
VIP access to GMIC SV (same access as speakers)
Possibility to interview conference speakers
All meals provided
About GMIC SV:

The Global Mobile Internet Conference – Silicon Valley (GMIC SV) will bring together 5,000+attendees from more than 40 countries, including 300+ VIP level, 1,500+ executive level and thousands of developers and entrepreneurs from both Silicon Valley and around the world for two days of workshops and competitions and to discuss shifts, challenges, and opportunities across the world’s mobile markets.

200 SPEAKERS include Yuri Milner; Vaughan Smith, VP of Mobile for Facebook; Osama Bedier, VP of Google; CEO’s of Electronic Arts, Xiaomi, DFJ, Evernote, Box, Tapjoy, Glu, Kabam; Executives from foursquare, Tencent, Intuit, Zynga, Microsoft, Andreesen Horrowitz, HTC, Mozilla, Nokia, American Express, AT&T, Techstars, Silicon Valley Bank and YouTube

New York Times, Financial Times, Forbes, CNET, Associate Press, CNN, Reuters, The Wall Street Journal, Business Insider, Technorati, Wired, Venturebeat, All Things Digital, Computer World, IDG News Service, NHK and many more!

Main Stage – Keynotes, fireside chats and panels from over 50 elite speakers representing the world’s best tech companies
Global Stage – Featuring country specific perspectives from some of the top mobile markets in the world including Brazil, India, China, Japan, EU, the Middle East and others
appSpace – Developer focused, technical content around the ecosystem of apps including sessions on mobile health, mobile payments, monetization and mobile security
Code Lab – Classroom style, hand-on sessions for developers taught by technical experts on topics like UI/UX, WinPhone, Android, HTML5, NFC etc. with instructors from Microsoft, Corona Labs, Amazon Web Services, Stanford and others.
G-Startup – Startup focused content and 20 startups from around the world competing for prizes and a chance to pitch on the Main Stage

PARTNER-CONFERENCES (Conference hosted at GMIC SV):
App Conference: 50 speakers, including the VP of Digital Media for Disney, address key components of app development, marketing, and revenue
DevFest (Google Developer Group): A large scale community-run event offering speaker sessions across Google product areas and a hack-a-thon
SVIEF: Silicon Valley Innovation and Entrepreneurs Forum promotes cooperation between US and China tech companies. Featured speakers include US Congressmen and Chinese government officials

100 new apps being demoed from more than 15 countries and regions, 30+ apps being launched
120 mobile startup applicants from 24 countries
20 finalists from 10 countries

Follow GMIC on Twitter