GSMA’s Mobile World Congress, returns to Barcelona for another highly anticipated exhibition, Feb 26th to March 1st. This annual trade show shines a light on mobile innovation, attracting over 100k delegates globally to attend conferences, network with peers, take in demos and celebrate product launches.
Michael O’Hara, Chief Marketing Officer of GSMA explains, “Mobile World Congress will showcase the latest in mobile technology, from 5G to artificial intelligence, connected cars to virtual reality, drones to robots, and everything in between. We look forward to welcoming the mobile world to Barcelona.”
And this year, for the first time, Celtra will be unveiling a branded networking garden (at the entrance to Hall 8). It will be a space to celebrate creativity, hold meetings, demos, and of course, enjoy the beautiful Barcelona sunshine while ducking out of some Hall 8 mania.
To get the most from the Celtra Garden experience, here are some things to note:
Celtra Demo Sessions
Promptly at 11am & 2pm Each Day
Join the Celtra product team for a 15 minute relaxed demo of Celtra’s Creative Management Platform (CMP) and learn how to make your digital ad creative more effective.
Networking event ‘Conversations in Mastering Creative’
Tuesday 27th, 4pm to 6pm
We’ll be welcoming brands to share some of their success stories, and discussing solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing brands today; from efficiency and creative performance to maintaining brand control and safety when scaling globally. Register here for the session
IAB Sessions Panel
Tuesday 27th, 2:20pm
The Celtra DJ kicks off your evening!
4pm to 6pm Each day
Join us in the Celtra Garden, as Celtra’s Resident DJ starts your evening off with some party vibes!
We look forward to seeing you out there!
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