In my Travel in China Web series No.3, I gave a suggestion in the end saying “Bring your Web2.0 to the Chinese Mobile market which is even bigger and more mature”. I should have explained more my thoughts on that, but I am sure that you could find more valuable information about the China Mobile market from this coming event.
Wireless Developer Forum (WDF) Beijing will take place from September 3rd to 5th and consists of an independent, 1-day conference of top-level speakers and opinion-leaders, followed by seminar and workshop tracks hosted and presented by companies with leading roles in the development of the technologies and solutions which are central to the wireless development market.
WDF conference Beijing is sponsored by Sony Ericsson and Nokia, and supported by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) and the Wi-Fi Alliance, CHARGED magazine, the DotMobi Advisory Group (MAG) and Netvibes.com. MOBINODE.com is also honored to be its Media Partner. the event is designed to bring together the management-level influencers and experts across the wireless applications value chain – organizations including the software/service developers, mobile operators/service providers, content providers, device manufacturers and other relevant technology providers. Need to mention that the 2007 event is also co-located with Mobile Monday Beijing.
Talked to Daniel Gorringe, the confirmed speakers includes:
Kerry Lee, VP of Sales & Marketing, ACCESS China Inc.
Edward Yu, CEO, Analysys International
Randy Zhang, Senior Vice President, Zero2IPO
Alex Chen, Deputy Vice President ASPire (managing China Mobile’s Monternet wireless portal)
Jimmy Poon, Managing Director, Púca China
Alvin Wang Graylin, CEO mInfo
Angela Chan, Managing Director, i-Vision
Benjamin Joffe, CEO, Plus Eight Star Ltd & founder, Mobile Monday Beijing
Kun Qian, Managing Director for Greater China, dotmobi
William Wong, SVP, Corporate & Business Development Cellon International
Derek Soh, Technical Marketing Manager, Bluetooth SIG APAC
If you are going and willing to help MOBINODE do the live coverage, please do drop me an email (Gang.Lu At Mobinode.com). We are really appreciated it. Moreover, we are also looking for co-editors who can blog about the Chinese wireless market before the global audience. So shoot me, please.