Registration now open for GSMA Mobile 360 Latin America and Plenary Meeting #44
July 1, 2016
After the resounding success of the inaugural event in Rio de Janeiro in 2015, GSMA Mobile 360 – Latin America (part of the series of regional events produced by the GSMA) is returning in 2016 with a new and improved format. The most important gathering for the region’s mobile ecosystem will be held in Mexico City from 20 to 22 September.
Designed to showcase the latest innovations from the region, the second GSMA Mobile 360 – Latin America will be held at the Hyatt Regency Mexico City and will address specific topics such as connected cars, 5G technology, mobile identity and Internet of Things. The two-day conference programme will feature thought leaders from across the region, representatives from MNOs, innovative technology suppliers and other influential players in the industry.
Overall Structure and Content
Find out what the event topics are for each day by clicking on the image.
GSMA Plenary Meeting
As part of the event, on Thursday 22 GSMA Latin America will hold its Plenary Meeting #44, where the meetings of its four working groups of experts from mobile operators will take place.
|Regulatory topics addressed in closed sessions for operators and open sessions to include providers.||Matías Fernández Díaz|
|Open sessions on
billing and roaming for GSMA member operators and providers.
|Open and closed sessions
and fraud topics.
terminals topics addressed
in open and closed sessions.
|José Antonio Aranda|
The following meetings will also be held during GSMA Mobile 360 Latin America:
|CEO Roundtable||High level meeting with CEOs from mobile operator groups in the Americas.
By invitation only.
|CxO Roundtable||Closed sessions for Chief Officers from the areas of Strategy, Marketing and Technology in the Americas. By invitation only.||Valter Wolf|
|CSR Task Force Meeting||Meeting of Corporate Social Responsibility Executives to discuss social development projects.||Mauro Accurso|
|WRC 15 – Spectrum Workshop||Review session on the outcomes of
ITU World Radiocommunication