LONDON The GSMA announced that the CEOs of Intel, Microsoft, Nokia, NTT DoCoMo, RIM, SoftBank and Yahoo! will be making keynote speeches at Mobile World Congress, which will be held Feb. 14 to 17, 2011 in Barcelona.
"The 2011 Mobile World Congress features an unparalleled lineup of keynote speakers from companies spanning the full mobile communications ecosystem," said Michael O'Hara, chief marketing officer, GSMA. "Attendees will have access to the individuals and organisations who are leading the mobile transformation, gaining important perspectives and insights on the future of communications."
Recently confirmed Mobile World Congress keynote speakers are:
* Paul Otellini, president and CEO, Intel * Steve Ballmer, CEO, Microsoft * Stephen Elop, president and CEO, Nokia * Ryuji Yamada, president and CEO, NTT DoCoMo * Jim Balsillie, co-CEO, Research In Motion * Masayoshi Son, chairman and CEO, SoftBank * Carol Bartz, CEO, Yahoo!
Previously announced speakers include:
* Daniel Hajj, CEO, America Movil and Telcel * Randall Stephenson, chairman, CEO and president, AT&T * Li Yue, president and CEO, China Mobile * Eric Schmidt, chairman and CEO, Google * Peter Chou, CEO, HTC * Paul Jacobs, chairman and CEO, Qualcomm * Jack Dorsey, CEO, Square * Evan Williams, co-founder, Twitter * Vittorio Colao, chief executive, Vodafone * Sir Martin Sorrell, chief executive, WPP