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Mobile Everything – Connecting Everything at GMIC Bangalore on September 10

Shown Above: Sachin Bansal, Naveen Tewari and Vikram Chandra at GMIC 2014

Shown Above: Sachin Bansal, Naveen Tewari and Vikram Chandra at GMIC 2014

Global Mobile Internet Conference 2015 Bangalore Edition is just around the corner on 10th September, and the theme for this year is Mobile Everything – Connecting Everything. The event organisers have handpicked the innovators and leaders in the Mobile Internet space from India and China, and has dedicated tracks for startups and developers.

Mobile has impacted all aspects of life, from education and healthcare, to dating and transportation. The event will gather industry leaders, experts and developers to add to this conversation and explore the role innovation plays in not just bridging industries but also geographies. In case you missed out on our coverage last year, click here to see some of the insightful conversations that took place.

Some of the speakers at the conference this year will include Sachin Bansal, Founder & CEO, Flipkart; Fu Sheng, CEO, Cheetah Mobile; Mingyuan Li, VP, Baidu; Bhavish Aggarwal, Founder & CEO, Ola Cabs; Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Founder & CEO, Paytm/One97; Tao Li, Founder & CEO, APUS Group among others. To view the complete agenda and list of speakers, click here.

GMIC is also providing an opportunity to startups and developers to become a part of the event and showcase their ideas and skills. There is a G Startup competition and an IOT track on 9th September. If you are a startup or developer please click here to get a complimentary Silver pass.

Disclosure: iamwire is an official media partner of GMIC Bangalore 2015

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