Mark Zuckerberg to give keynote at MWC 2014

Facebook founder confirmed as key speaker on February 24
Mark Zuckerberg is set to speak at Mobile World Congress 2014.
Mark Zuckerberg is set to speak at Mobile World Congress 2014.

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Mark Zuckerberg, founder, chairman and CEO of Facebook, will headline the first of the keynote sessions at Mobile World Congress, the world’s biggest event for the mobile industry, in February.

“Zuckerberg and renowned technology journalist and writer David Kirkpatrick will explore the importance of extending the benefits of ubiquitous Internet access to the unconnected world,” the GSMA said in a statement.

The GSMA also confirmed numerous other C-level speakers who will be taking part in the conference sessions at the event. These include: Laetitia Gazel Anthoine, CEO and Founder, Connecthings; Ahmad Abdulkarim Julfar, CEO, Etisalat Group; Susan Siegel, CEO, GE Ventures and healthymagination; and Chua Sock Koong, Group CEO, SingTel.
 

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