Google Developer Group Silicon Valley Message Board › Community Events › Guest pass, Global Mobile Internet Conference Silicon Valley (Oct 19-20)
|A former member||
I would like to invite you attend the October 19-20 “Global Mobile Internet Conference Silicon Valley” as our guest. We are pleased to extend this invitation because, as an Event Partner, we have access to a limited number of event passes (each a $50 value).
Speakers at the event will include Yuri Milner and Tim Draper; the CEOs of Box, Evernote, Tapjoy, EA and UCWeb; and many other leaders and luminaries in the mobile space.
To register for an Guest Pass, please use the following link (the promo code PP-USAVP is embedded): http://gmic-sv.eventbrite.com/?discount=pp-usavp
Below is a summary of the event and links for more details. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me.
USAsia Venture Partners
The Global Mobile Internet Conference brings together Silicon Valley and the world’s emerging epicenters of mobile innovation to discuss the shifts, challenges, and opportunities for growth in fastest growing markets
Kevin Chou, CEO, Kabam / Tim Draper, Managing Director, DFJ / Lei Jun, CEO, Xiaomi / Aaron Levie, CEO, Box / Phil Libin, CEO, Evernote / Niccolo de Masi, CEO, Glu Mobile /
Yuri Milner, Founder, DST Global / John Riccitiello, CEO, EA / Mihir Shah, CEO, Tapjoy / Vaughan Smith, VP, Facebook / Tayloe Stansbury, CTO, Intuit / Yu Yongfu, CEO, UCWeb
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 (Total: 27)
5 STAGES ACROSS 2 DAYS
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.
G-Startup - Startup focused content and 20 startups from around the world competing for prizes and a chance to pitch on the Main Stage
SUB-CONFERENCES (Conference hosted within 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
Applications received from more than 20 countries and regions
15,000 votes received on the appAttack page
120 mobile startup applicants from 24 countries
20 finalists from 10 countries
COMPANIES INVOLVED (Speakers, advisors, sponsors, exhibitors)
Google, Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, DFJ, Andreesen Horrowitz, Stanford University, DST Global, Qualcomm, HTC, SAP, Box, GLU, Kabam, Evernote, EA, Tapjoy, Intuit, UCWeb, SoftTech VC, Bessemer Venture Partners, IDG, Trinity Venture Partners, Mozilla, Xiaomi, Gameloft, Getjar, Tencent, HandyGames, Sina, Nokia, Northern Lights VC, Wondershare, eBay, Outfit7, Appsfire, foursquare, Deutsche Bank, Silicon Valley Bank, InMobi, American Express, Swisscom, Infinity Venture Partners, AT&T, Techstars, DoMob, Docomo Capital, Nokia Siemens Network, Oracle, BlueRun VC, Zeptolab, Sprint, Zynga and many more.