India’s Biggest Mobile Conference GMIC Bangalore is Back !

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The leading mobile conference series globally, Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) is back in India for its 3rd edition. GMIC Bangalore will be held on November 16th and 17th, 2016 at Vivanta by Taj, Yeshwantpur, Bangalore. With more than 4600 attendees, 45 exhibitors and more than 200 media representatives taking part in 2015, GMIC Bangalore has earned the distinction of India’s largest and most influential mobile conference. GMIC is also held in Beijing, Tokyo, San Francisco, Tel Aviv, Jakarta, Sao Paulo, Taipei, Hong Kong and Seoul.

GMIC Bangalore will gather leaders from leading Indian and international mobile internet companies to discuss the trends and opportunities in one of the fastest growing sectors in India.

It will also feature India’s biggest mobile-related expo. The expo will host a number of international and Indian companies that have offerings in the mobile space. Some of the companies that will be presenting at the GMIC Bangalore expo include Cheetah Mobile, Baidu, Meitu, Appsflyer, IronSource, Kika, Yeahmobi, VServ, Mobvista, Taptica, Avazu, Leadbolt and Tune.

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The conference will comprise of 2 days of Thought leader stage and Developer’s stage and two days of Expo. Dedicated tracks like Internet of Things (IoT) track, Mobile marketing track and G-Startup track will have discussions and presentations focused on a particular theme.

Dazeinfo has been a proud partner of GMIC since the very first edition of GMIC Bangalore. As a partner of GMIC Bangalore, Dazeinfo is offering its readers a 25% discount on the passes at GMIC. If you are willing to buy a pass, please click on this link to avail additional 25% discount on early bird price of Gold or Silver Passes.

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