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- February 19, 2016
It’s February, meaning the Mobile World Congress 2016 is finally here! This year the event will be held in sunny Barcelona, Spain and bring together roughly 800 mobile operators with 250 companies across the mobile world. Participants will include handset and device makers, software companies, equipment providers and Internet companies.
If you’re as big of a mobile junky as we are, you won’t want to miss any of the action. Here are a few hashtags that will help keep you in the loop:
Mobile World Congress 2016 – #MWC16
#MWC16 is the official keyword of the Mobile World Congress, which will take place on February 22-25. You can monitor this hashtag to follow the latest mobile world scoop via social media. You’ll want to be particularly active during the congress days themselves.
About Mobile Trends – #MobileTrends
Want more information about the big things that happened in the mobile market in 2015, and the big things that are expected to happen in 2016? That’s a focus of the Mobile World Congress, and the best way to find relevant information online is by using the #MobileTrends hashtag.
About Wearables – #WearableTech
A few years ago, wearable technology was a weird sci-fi fantasy. It was more likely to be made fun of than invested in. Now, wearables are an actuality – nearly 40 million Americans used a wearable device in 2015! Follow this hashtag to get the latest industry news on wearables, which will be a hot topic at the Mobile World Congress. Notable items are the Oculus Rift (virtual reality) and Gear S2 (Samsung smartwatch).
Internet of Things – #IoT
You’ve certainly heard of the “internet of things”, but do you know what it really means? Now that the physical world, devices, vehicles and buildings are being embedded with electronics like software, sensors and network connectivity, we can share information like never before. By following the #IoT hashtags, especially from February 20-22, you can gain a deeper understanding.
Mobile World Congress Canada – #CanadaMWC
#CanadaMWC allows you to connect with Canadian companies and track their activities and achievements at the Mobile World Congress. Also, you can follow the Canada MWC official Twitter account at @CanadaMWC and get updates about the local tech companies participating in the MWC in Barcelona.
TTAG Systems team will be present at the MWC to showcase its textLab Pro mobile marketing suite and NFC Solutions, meet the most prominent companies in the industry and to bring the newest technologies and most innovative products to Canada.
As part of Ontario mission to Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona, February 22-25, 2016 organized by The International Trade Branch, Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade, TTAG Systems’ team will showcase two of its most disruptive software solutions: textLab Pro Enterprise Marketing Platform and its NFC Asset Tracking Solution.
Both solutions are available as a white label or SaaS model for partners worldwide and are backed up by TTAG Systems state-of-the-art telecommunication infrastructure. To inquire about partnership opportunities and see live product demo interested parties are invited to schedule a meeting by emailing email@example.com or visit us at Ontario Pavilion in Hall 7, Stand 7I51 during the event.
TTAG Systems is Canadian telecom technology company. textLab Pro can help you to implement successful Direct Response Marketing campaigns of any complexity with combination of various components including SMS, MMS, NFC and Voice. Let our experts bring your business to the next level. Contact us today for your next project.
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