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Globalize Your App
Wednesday, February 6, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:45 PM (PST)
San Jose, CA
Globalize Your App
This second event in the series is focused on app distribution in China
China is the world's largest mobile market, and one of the most attractive markets for mobile app developers.
Unlike most markets, Google Play and Apple's App Store are not necessarily the largest players in app distribution and promotion.
It's home grown players like 91.com that are the front runners in app downloads.
Mr. Joe Wu, the CEO of 91.com, one of China's leading mobile apps stores will be sharing with attendees what it takes to make it big in China's app ecosystem.
|GMI Program Director, GWC|
Joe Wu is the CEO of 91.com
Joe will be on a trip in the area, and we're grateful to have Joe join our event. 91.com is one of China's leading mobile apps stores, and is operated by the NetDragon, a leading developer of games in China. As one of the most important Chinese game players communities, Netdragon helps distribute foreign games in China by partnering with international companies such as DeNa, Ubisoft or Sega.
7:00-7:05: Greetings from Barrett Parkman, President GWC US
7:05-8:00: Panel Discussion with Joe Wu, 91.com CEO; moderated by Ana Baltodano, GMI Program Director
Beverages and food will be provided.
Check out photos from our first Globalize Your App event!
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GWC connects mobile leaders around the world by enabling its members and clients to develop trusted relationships, learn market leading strategies, promote their initiatives and ultimately, grow their mobile internet business globally. GWC's exclusive private network, Global Mobile Innovators, includes some of the world's most influential executives, entrepreneurs, developers and investors in the mobile Internet industry such as executives from Tencent, Alibaba, China Unicom, Microsoft, DeNA and Gree.
GWC is the organizer of the Global Mobile Internet Conference held annually in Beijing and Silicon Valley.