GMIC SV brings the global mobile ecosystem to Silicon Valley for three days of thought provoking presentations on the industry’s hottest topics, exclusive networking opportunities with industry leaders and not to mention, unforgettable parties. GMIC SV has become Silicon Valley’s largest mobile conference, drawing thousands of mobile leaders from over 60 countries.

Hyatt Regency San Francisco, San Francisco, CA | Sep. 28-30, 2015

“The Valley needs to think more globally. With its focus on Asia, GMIC is among the few tech conferences in the Bay Area that’s focused on important trends happening outside the U.S.”Vaughan Smith, VP, Facebook

2014 Speakers

Yves Béhar

Yves Béhar
Co-Founder & Chief Creative Officer

Jenny Lee

Jenny Lee
Managing Partner
GGV Capital

Andrew Ng

Andrew Ng
Chief Scientist

Dave Morin

Dave Morin
CEO & Co-Founder

Leah Busque

Leah Busque
Founder & CEO

Sheng Fu

Sheng Fu
Cheetah Mobile

Whitney Bouck

Whitney Bouck
GM of Enterprise and SVP of Global Marketing

Bhavish Aggarwal

Bhavish Aggarwal
Co-Founder & CEO
Ola Cabs


Big Data

Improve your business processes by harnessing real-time data analytics through mobile.


The latest and hottest content for mobile developers presented by technical experts in their field.

Global Games Summit

GGS Aims to connect, educate, and promote game developers.

The Edge

Showcasing the hottest products and companies in 2015.


Features seasoned entrepreneurs and investors to inspire and guide budding entrepreneurs.

Thought Leader

International tech leaders discuss the mobile ecosytem and predict tomorrow’s developments.

IoT and Wearables

Learn the latest applications for mobile’s integration with connected products to improve business operations.

Mobile Enterprise & Security

Develop your IT strategy using mobile tools and platforms while keeping your data secure.


Cutting edge applications for finance including payments, currencies, P2P lending, and beyond.

Marketing and Growth

Grow your customers, user base and revenue through better acquisition, retention and attribution.


Media covering GMIC SV 2014

Venture Beat
Mobile games are sucking a lot of advertising money out of other media, according to a panel of advertising experts at major game publishersVenture Beat
[Pavel Durov’s] odyssey reflects the changing nature of the Internet in RussiaNew York Times
“It only took us four years to build an IPO company, and it only took us eighteen months to expand globally,” Fu said, speaking Tuesday at the GMIC SV conference in San FranciscoRe/Code
“Mobile is changing the way enterprises across the globe address their business challenges. From mobile security to user experience and accessibility the world of mobile is undergoing accelerating change. The organizers at GMIC understand this phenomenon and have brought together an incredible program of thought leaders to provide insight into this dynamic and rapidly growing market of enterprise mobility.”Anthony Reynolds, Sr. Vice President, SAP

Who Should Attend

A quick look at GMIC SV 2014 attendees

“I think it’s a fantastic idea to bring the GWC ecosystem to Silicon Valley to provide more exposure for US companies trying to reach Asia. There’s a lot of companies here that don’t know Xiaomi, Alibaba, Tencent. So, it’s a chance for them to learn that ecosystem and to meet the right contact people.”Tim Chang, Managing Director, Mayfield Fund
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