The GSMA Public Policy Forum, now in its third year as part of the Mobile Asia Expo, will take place on Tuesday 10 June in Shanghai.
Towards the Big Goals for a Digital Society
The Public Policy Forum in 2014 will provide insights and information for regulators and policymakers around the theme “Towards the Big Goals for a Digital Society”, focusing on connecting the next billion people affordably, examining privacy and identity issues surrounding the use of digital services, and enabling machine to machine connections to build smart businesses and cities. The session will stimulate interactive discussion through presentations and panels as well as high level networking opportunities.
The draft agenda is available for download here.
Attendees are also encouraged to participate in a variety of other sessions and networking events taking place at MAE 10-12 June, including topics such as Spectrum, Mobile for Development, Smart Cities (including Mobile Education), as well as a guided tour of the Expo and GSMA Members Cocktail.
Who Will Attend?
The Public Policy Forum is an invitation-only event, open to:
- Senior representatives from Ministries of Telecommunications and Regulatory Authorities from Asia Pacific countries*
- Regulatory representatives from Mobile Network Operators and the wider mobile ecosystem
- Relevant regional and global inter-governmental organisations
*Senior representatives from countries outside the APAC region are also welcome to attend.
To contact the Public Policy Forum team or request attendance to the event, please complete the form below to submit an enquiry and we will respond to you promptly.
2013 Event Highlights
Last June saw the second annual event, incorporating two days of policy and regulatory focused discussions which ran in parallel to the MAE programme. The event provided a combination of seminars, surgeries, debates and the main forum which brought together key stakeholders from governments, regulators, international organisations, mobile operators, consultants and industry manufacturers across the Asia Pacific region.