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Invitation to the GTWN/GSMA Power Breakfast 

GTWN/Mobile World Congress Power Breakfast with Keynote Speaker Mme. Xin Fan Fei, Executive Director of China Mobile, with an Expert CEO Panel led by Margaraet L. “Peggy” Johnson, President Global Market Developments and Executive Vice President, QUALCOMM and Bridget Cosgrave, Director General, DIGITALEUROPE, moderated by Global Technology Expert Jennifer Schenker with a special presentation of mWomen by Trina Das Gupta.

“The Future of Mobile: Transforming the 21st C. Economy and Society”

Time & Date:

7:00 a.m., Tuesday,15 February 2011


The ARTS HOTEL, Blau 1 Room

Barcelona Marina 19-21, Barcelona 8005 Spain

34 93 221 10 00
34 93 221 10 70
China Mobile

Dear GTWN Networker, Friend, and Colleague,

Do you want to know how China is using Mobile Technology to transform its economy and society? Or how DIGITALEUROPE is bringing about a “Single Digital European Market”? Or how mEntrepreneurs are unleashing their energy with mobile power and apps? Or why Hillary Clinton – US Secretary of State, Cherie Blair and women from the four corners of the globe are joining mWomen?

Then join us at the annual GTWN Power Breakfast on Tuesday 15 February 2011 at 7 a.m. at The ARTS Hotel when Mme. Xin Fan Fei, Executive Director of China Mobile and some of the most powerful women behind these developments will give their expert views “From the Top”.

The Global Telecom Women’s Network is in its 19th year of existence. It brings together global ICT women executives to discuss the most important issues facing our industry today.

Please come prepared to contribute and to make a statement. Please come prepared to innovate and to debate. Please come prepared to know and to get to know.

Mme. Xin Fan Fei, China Mobile Executive Director and one of the top Mobile Women Executives in the world will be joined by a CEO Expert Panel moderated by award-winning Informilo CEO Jennifer Schenker of Time Magazine, Business Week, Communications Week, Wall Street Journal, and World Economic Forum fame

7:00 – Breakfast and Networking
7:10 –

GTWN Introduction and Welcome – GTWN International Steering Committee Members

7:20 – Keynote Speech: China Mobile – Transforming the world’s largest country with the Power of Mobile” by Mme. XinFanFei. Executive Director China Mobile

Moderated by: Jennifer Schenker

CEO Expert Panel – led by Margaraet L. “Peggy” Johnson, President Global Market Developments and Executive Vice President, QUALCOMM and Bridget Cosgrave, Director General, DIGITALEUROPE, with a special presentation by Trina Das Gupta on mWomen, and Mobile App Demo by GTWN Next Generation Mentoree, Alexandra Chong of LuluVise

8:10 – General Discussion by Forum
8:30 – Networking
8:45 – Courtesy Bus departs the ARTS Hotel for The Mobile World Congress at the Fira. The Networking continues on the bus!

This invitation is a personal invitation and is good for you and, if you desire, your mentoree ****.

We look forward to seeing you and thank you for using the RSVP form at the bottom of this email.

For the Members of the GTWN International Steering Committee

Bridget Cosgrave
Director General – DIGITALEUROPE
GTWN Global President
Myla Villanueva
CEO – Novare Technologies
GTWN President Asia-Pacific
Ingrid Silver
Partner, SNR Denton
GTWN President Europe
Marilyn Esposito
President MCC
GTWN President USA
Julie Meyer
Chairman/CEO Ariadne Capital
GTWN Immediate Past President
Candace Johnson
Co-initiator SES ASTRA and SES GLOBAL
GTWN Founding President
Laureen Cook
Vice President
Janice Hughes
Red Shift Strategy
Vicki MacLeod
GTWN Secretary General
Sylvie Deschamps
Co-Founder, Succes Europe
Ann Mei Chang
Engineering Director Emerging Markets
Michele Merrell
Senior Marketing Director

*** A courtesy bus will leave at 8:45 a.m. from the ARTS Hotel to the Fira for all GTWN Power Breakfast attendees.

**** Mentorees are a GTWN tradition started by one of our founding members, Ambassador Diana Lady Dougan. Bring the most promising up and coming young woman executive you know to our GTWN Power Breakfast so that she can learn, network, and contribute to the Next Generation!

Newsletter – February 2011

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