Let’s Go Wireless: Gurtam to Participate in CTIA Super Mobility 2016

Wireless innovation is changing everything – for you, your business, your customers, your career and your future. To see the entire transformation, Gurtam team is going to Las Vegas to participate in CTIA Super Mobility 2016 – the largest wireless event in America. On September, 7-9 the expo will open its doors for thousands of industry experts and mobile innovators craving for immerse all-time experience.

This year’s show will “transform into a smart city,” CTIA conventions AVP Heather Lee Landers said. “Since wireless changes everything, the show floor will transform into a smart city, complete with all the vertical markets of the connected life — AR/VR, connected car, drones, home, media, networks and retail.”

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Scheduled keynote speakers include Glenn Lurie, president/CEO of AT&T mobility and consumer operations; Tom Wheeler, Federal Communications Commission chairman; Peter Chernin, CEO of the Chernin Group; Rajeev Suri, president/CEO of Nokia; and John Stratton, executive VP and operations president of Verizon.

An estimated 1,000 companies will exhibit at this year’s show, and 30,000 professionals are expected to attend.

Snatch the opportunity to extend your knowledge on the future of mobile as well as meet Gurtam team and discuss any business issues in person. Learn, connect and sharpen your business within the heart of mobile universe with our team waiting for you at Gurtam booth #5845.

Also, we would like to personally extend you an invitation to visit the event absolutely for free. To get a free pass, please sign up using this link. During the registration process, use the Sponsor Code 4747. The deadline to register for your complimentary Hall Pass is August 9th.

Get your chance to extend your knowledge on the future of mobile as well as meet the Gurtam team and discuss in person any business issues.

Looking forward to seeing you at the show!

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