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Mobile World Congress, Barcelona

The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona exhibition is the most anticipated event and world’s largest exhibition of mobile technologies. This congress takes place on two main platforms: the MWC exhibition of… 376 more words

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The Price of Chaos Rises in Spain

The longer the toxic process between Catalonia and Spain drags on, the wider the gulf grows.

During a visit yesterday to Barcelona, the organizers of the Mobile World Congress, the world’s biggest mobile event,  158 more words

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GSMA Announces First Keynote Speakers for Mobile World Congress 2018

The GSMA today announced that executives from Bharti Enterprises, BT Group, Ericsson, NTT DOCOMO, Red Hat, Telenor Group and Vodafone Group are among the first keynote speakers confirmed for the 2018 Mobile World Congress. 837 more words

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The details of the 2018 Mobile World Congress Released

The GSMA announced the first details of the 2018 Mobile World Congress, including exhibitors, sponsors, programmes and activities taking place at the annual mobile industry event. 1,594 more words

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GSMA Announces New Speakers for Mobile 360 Series – Middle East and North Africa

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Fifth Edition of Regional Industry Event to Cover Impact of Mobile Across Diverse Market

Dubai: The GSMA today announced new speakers for its Mobile 360 Series – Middle East and North Africa (MENA) conference taking place on 9-10 October in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. 645 more words

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The announcement of a technical partnership between GSMA and FC Barcelona for 3 years

The British GSM organization, headquartered in London, is a technical organization representing the interests of smart phone makers around the world. It has hundreds of members of mobile companies around the world and, every spring, holds a global conference in Barcelona, ​​Spain. 194 more words

Investors banking on Fintech in Africa

Sub-Sahara Africa and its people have an entrepreneurial attitude and spirit.  For years there was a brain drain, as the best and brightest left the continent for other opportunities in the West.  488 more words

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