Liberty Comms Managing Director and Founder Dee Gibbs will be one of the guests and speakers attending the GSMA’s inaugural Connected Women event in Brussels on the 27th and 28th of November.
Hosted by the GSMA Director General and Member of the Board, Anne Bouverot, and supported by Liberty Comms, the Connected Women event will be dedicated to supporting the growth of influential women in and around the mobile industry.
The event will see some of the industry’s most successful individuals championing the initiative to attract more female talent to the mobile sector, and communicate the challenges, rewards, best practices, pitfalls and pinnacles of what is one of the world’s fastest moving industries.
“The aim of the event is to ignite global interest and create momentum in order to increase the number of women working in and with mobile. It is great to see a body such as the GSMA that is so well recognised and respected globally committing to an event like Connected Women, and the promotion of women in the mobile industry.
“From a personal perspective it’s great to be involved in an event like this from the outset; and from a professional perspective through our on-going association with the GSMA, Liberty is proud to be sponsoring what we hope will become an increasingly popular annual event,” said Gibbs.
Connected Women 2012 will take place on the 27th and 28th of November at L’Arsenal, Brussels, and will include key note speeches from Lori Gonnu, CEO, Boldair Consulting International, Gabi Zedlmayer, Vice President Sustainability & Social Innovation, HP, Tina Southall, Group Diversity Director, Vodafone and Ann Mei Chang, Senior Advisor for Women & Technology, US Department of State to name but four.