GSF Evolution-2015, a two-day event is a curation of an experience that is both high-end on technology, while being quintessentially Bombay,i.e., a digital hiatus and a platform to spur meaningful conversations and enable formation of new networks in a relaxed environment.
In other words, the GSF Evolution would be a meeting ground for all the professionals working on mobile technology. The two-day event, would consist of numerous discussions and presentations that would revolve around the key topic, i.e., Mobile Evolution. Sharing their knowledge at the event would be eminent speakers and industry leaders from the mobile technology industry.
While the confluence would include participants from various vast organizations that work in this ecosystem, it would also be a wonderful opportunity for the new entrants to learn and explore the career prospects in the industry.
The two-day confluence would start of with a networking session where the participants can interact with each other. This would be followed by a panel discussion on the “Next Phase of Mobile evolution: Urbanisation of services, shared economy, vertical mobile marketplaces and cool apps,” which would set the mood for the course of the two-day event.
Kunal Bahl, Founder of Snapdeal, Sumit Jain, Founder of Commonfloor, Debadutta, Founder of Timesaverz.com, VC : Avnish Bajaj, MD, Matrix Partners, VC : Karthee, Qualcomm Venture would be part of this panel discussion.
This would be followed by a Fireside Chat : Asia on Fire by Rajesh Sawhney, Founder of GSF, Jon Russel, Editor, Techcrunch, and Teru Sato, CEO of Netprice/Beenos, Japan
This would be followed by numerous other networking and knowledge sharing sessions headed by industry experts who would seek to bridge the knowledge gap prevalent among the practitioners and new players.
If you are part of the mobile technology eco-system or wish to explore a career in this domain, think no further and register for the GSF Evolution 2015 at Four Seasons Mumbai now, which is all set to take place on February 26 and 27, 2015 from 10 am to 6pm.