Info2cell.com has chosen to participate in the GSMA Mobile World Congress being held in Barcelona, Spain.Info2cell.com, which is taking part in the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile industry along with its sister company Jinny Software and parent company Acotel Group, is keen on capitalizing on the event’s vast scope and global appeal, to enhance its capabilities that will facilitate the provision of a broader range of sophisticated services in the Pan Arab region. This is the ninth consecutive year Info2cell.com is taking part in the GSM Congress.
The highlight of the four-day event is the cutting edge congress featuring industry experts representing mobile operators, vendors and content owners from across the world. As one of the leading mobile application service providers in the Middle East, Infocell.com will focus on networking with industry peers and leading GSM companies present at the Congress, to effectively explore business opportunities.
“After our highly fruitful participation in the 2007 edition of this Congress, we were eagerly awaiting this year’s GSMA Mobile World Congress, which is undoubtedly bigger than all previous editions of the event. Info2cell.com’s success over the years has been mainly due to our ability to perfectly identify consumer requirements and respond with the most appropriate service offerings, in line with international trends and standards. This makes our participation in important industry events such as the GSMA Congress extremely vital,” said Bashar Dahabra, Founder and CEO of Info2cell.com.
“We are pleased to take part in this Congress with Jinny Software and Acotel, and present our combined offering on a truly global platform,” he added.
The GSM Mobile World Congress is the world’s leading mobile communications conference, where top executives from mobile operators, equipment vendors, IT companies and entertainment providers meet to do business. In 2007, more than 50,000 people attended the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Each year, hundreds of new products make their global debut at the Congress exhibition, which showcases more than 1,300 companies from all segments of the industry.
“The GSM Mobile World Congress offers the perfect setting to discuss and debate on a wide range of topics related to the mobile communications industry and to focus on the future of wireless services and cutting-edge technologies,” concluded Dahabra.