GSMA Marketplace has partnerships with several high profiles organizations in the mobile industry:
CANTO is recognized as the leading trade association of the ICT sector for shaping information and communication in the Caribbean. Founded in 1985 as a non-profit association of 8 telephone operating companies, CANTO has now grown to over 123 members in more than 34 countries. A Board of Directors appointed by the membership directs policy of the Association. This strategy is executed by the staff of a permanent Secretariat based in Trinidad and Tobago.ttt
Learn more at http://canto.org/
CACF (Central Asian Cellular Forum) is an industry forum that works with regional governments, Telecom Regulators & Operators, Broadcasters, Manufacturers, Academia and the public in the Central Asia, Afghanistan and Pakistan. It is registered officially with the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan as “3G Technologies (Guarantee) limited”. The rationale behind forums foundation is to create awareness and to facilitate promotion and development of Mobile Broadband technologies.
CACF services include Policy & Regulation, Public Awareness, Business & Technical Trainings, Develop and Support for Devices and Mobile Apps, Technical Support/ Consultancies and Developing Partnerships for Technology Development Organizations.
Learn more at http://3gca.org/
Competitive Carriers Association (CCA) represents over 100 competitive wireless carriers, whose licensed areas cover more than 95 percent of the nation. Founded in 1992 by nine rural and regional wireless carriers as a carrier centric organization, CCA has grown to become the nation’s leading association for competitive wireless providers serving all areas of the United States. Headquartered in Washington, DC, CCA advocates on behalf of our members’ interests and works to educate policymakers on the key issues that impact our members’ ability to compete, survive, and thrive.
Learn more at www.competitivecarriers.org
Wireless Technology Industry Association (WTIA), established in 2001, is a not-for profit, politically-neutral trade association dedicated to the wireless and mobile industry.
The Association acts as a platform, an aggregator, and community for industry professionals to learn and drive emerging wireless and mobile technologies, governance, and standards.
It facilitates networking between like-minded professionals, boost interoperability between networks and devices, and strives to help all organizations apply these technologies to existing or new businesses
WTIA also represents and is supported by digital industries pertaining to mobile such as digital entertainment, digital marketing & media, and start-up sectors.
Learn more at http://wtiahk.org/
Acting as an intermediary between Korean companies and foreign fair organizations, Messe Planning has been representing GSMA events from 2008 with various experience of introducing more than 20 international trade fairs to the Korean business community for over 10 years. Being the main contact for all Korean business communities such as experienced exporters, provincial trade organizations & associations and all levels of Korean government parties interested in participating worldwide trade show programs, our business help clients succeed in the overseas market by guiding them through all stages of foreign trade show preparations. Based on a steadily established broad network within the ICT eco system of South Korea, Messe Planning is bringing more than 100 Korean exhibitors to GSMA’s Mobile World Congress(MWC) events every year being a gateway to create successful business with Korean companies and organizations in the global market.
Learn more at http://messepl.com/?lang=en
Norwegian Mobile Association is a network of 300 enterprises in the Norwegian wireless ecosystem. Members of the network are innovative small and large enterprises, universities and research institutes offering innovative world class competences, technology, solutions and services in close collaboration with each other and with public innovation bodies like Innovation Norway or the Norwegian Research Council. The objective of the network is to increase the competitiveness of its members by strategic collaboration activities. The network was established in 2005 by the two industry organizations Abelia and ICT Norway, by Telenor, two research Institutes, Sintef and Norwegian Computer Center, and the public organizations Innovation Norway and Norwegian Research Institute. The Network represents almost 20 billion € in revenue.
Learn more at https://www.facebook.com/NorwegianMobile/
Telecommunication Terminal Industry Forum Association, originally named Telecommunication Terminal Testing & Approval Forum, referred to as TAF, is one voluntary, non-profit national organization, with the consent of Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) and approval of Ministry of Civil Affairs (MCA) in July 2007. TAF was officially founded in Beijing by China Academy of Telecommunication Research of MIIT (current name is China Academy of Information and Communications Technology), uniting native mobile network operators, telecom terminal equipment manufacturers, system equipment manufacturers, approval and testing organizations and research organizations. TAF has always been assisting government strengthening telecommunication market management, and providing related industry policy recommends， its main tasks are as follows: playing bridge role as association, building exchange platform between manufacturers and government; issuing IMEI to Chinese manufacturer, establishing effective and standardized IMEI management system; carrying out exchange cooperation with international organizations, technically supporting Chinese manufacturers; promoting association standard development and rolling out variety of test services.
New Times Overseas is one of the best group participation organizers in China in the field of consumer electronic, communication, broadcast & cable industry. New Times Overseas was established in 2001 in Shenzhen, China, with the objective of introducing international trade fairs to Chinese companies and organizing Chinese companies participate in the exhibitions.We are professional group corporation in exhibition industry in the south of China. With rich experience in providing professional group participation services, New Times Overseas enjoys great prestige among Chinese manufacturers and exporters.
We have established a massive marketing and sales network in the country, and solid cooperation with dozens of world leading exhibition organizers, such as Messe Frankfurt, Messe Muenchen, CEA, CTIA, IBC, ASD, reed expo, etc.
Learn more at www.expoease.net
The Information and Communications Technology Association of Jordan (int@j), founded in 2000, is a membership based ICT and IT Enabled Services (ITES) industry advocacy, support and networking association.
int@j serves as the collective voice of the industry, advocating on behalf of our stakeholders and seeks to maximize the contribution of the ICT sector towards the national economy. We aim to provide our members with the tools required to ensure continued growth and expansion.
Visit us at http://www.intaj.net