GSMA Mobile 360 Series – Europe – 14 June 2016

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M360_EUROPE_2016Event Name: GSMA Mobile 360 Series – Europe

Date: 14 June 2016                           

Location:The Egg

Website: http://www.mobile360series.com/europe/

After a very successful event in 2014, the Mobile 360 Series – Europe will, again, convene the key mobile industry and European policy leaders to continue the progress made to date.

This year’s focus will be on how the ecosystem can work together in partnership in order to maximise mobile’s contribution and help Europe realise its potential to drive growth, competitiveness and job creation across all sectors of its single market.

Join us on 14 June 2016 in Brussels to share in this important event!

 

The GSMA Mobile 360 Series – Europe is where mobile leaders gather, collaborate and define the future. Join us this June 2016 in Brussels. www.mobile360series.com/europe

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