IT IS TIME FOR THE MOST CONNECTED MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS EVER
In the Spanish pavilion at the long-awaited Mobile World Congress, we will have an exclusive programme of presentations in different technology sectors, round tables with pioneers of high-tech industries and talks between the pavilions of different countries.
All the fascinating content that takes place in the Spanish pavilion will be shared via streaming for greater impact and to reach more listeners. The streaming can also be viewed on mobile devices, which multiplies the options for watching it,
In the Spanish pavilion itself, which is located in Hall 3 of Fira de Barcelona, there will be a space for presentations with live broadcasts, which complies with all the health and safety measures and has seating for up to 20 people.
The most interesting content from the Spanish pavilion will be broadcast simultaneously on the screen in the presentation zone and on the welcome screen, emphasizing the value of the content and making it more visible.
The presentations area will feature prominent figures in the Artificial Intelligence and Digitalization sectors, such as Carme Artigas, Secretary of State for Digitalization and Artificial Intelligence in the Spanish Government. Similarly, all those who visit us can enjoy the talks given by our fellow exhibitors.
The round tables and C-levels from significant sectors like artificial intelligence, as mentioned above, or Cybersecurity, among others, will allow our 25 fellow Spanish exhibiting technology companies to expand their circles of professional contacts and establish high-level networks.
The schedule of activities for the Spanish pavilion offers those attending the option to create connections with the other exhibiting companies, helping to build synergies within the same sector. Some of the activities that will be carried out in our presentation space will be the explanation of success stories in various companies and interviews with public figures and institutional representatives who visit the pavilion.
Don’t forget to follow everything that happens in the Spanish pavilion as it happens.