84% of attendees describe MWC as the most important event in the mobile industry. Why? Because of the endless opportunities to network with fellow mobile leaders. Networking is a central component to the event and we want you to make the most of it. So, what do you need to know?
Who is Attending?
Check out the MWC event app to create the bulk of your connections. Use our exclusive networking tool to search for attendees in the database or find suggested connections with similar connections. Interact with other MWC attendees or exhibitors using the instant chat tool, or scheduling ‘F2F’ meetings. The app is simple to use and will definitely enrich your networking experience, so download it today! Find it on the App Store and Google Play.
Where to Network
We know how important it is to find space at MWC to hold those essential face-to-face meetings with potential partners and clients, so we’re happy to share the details about our open-air Networking Gardens. These spaces are tailor-made for networking with ample seating, food and drink outlets, as well as free Wi-Fi.
New for 2019 are Networking Events. Open exclusively to Conference Pass holders (first come, first serve basis) Citi and VMware will host networking receptions in Hall 4. Also new for 2019, is the Networking Hub located in South Village, with sponsor hosted Networking Events.
A total of eleven Networking Gardens are thoughtfully located throughout Fira Gran Via: eight on the upper level and three on the lower level. Hold informal gatherings, meet clients, socialise with other attendees or simply grab some fresh air. The upper level Networking Gardens are sponsored by Husqvarna, SES Networks, Salesforce and Wipro, with the Android Garden located on the lower level.
See the map below for locations.
We also have a number of Networking Lounges in various locations throughout the venue. For more information on lounges, please visit here.
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