Taiwan Wireless & Mobility Conference to feature keynotes by Paul Jacobs of Qualcomm and Ming-Hsin Kung of the National Development Council

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The US-Taiwan Business Council - in partnership with the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei - will host a Taiwan Wireless & Mobility Conference in Taipei, Taiwan on November 8, 2016. This event will focus on key issues in the strategic and integrated relationship of U.S. and Taiwan companies in the wireless communications industry, and will examine ways that wireless networks can provide a cornerstone for innovation and entrepreneurship in Taiwan.

The Taiwan Wireless & Mobility Conference will consist of two keynote presentations and two panel discussions. The luncheon keynote will be provided by Dr. Paul Jacobs, Executive Chairman of Qualcomm, while the concluding keynote will feature Ming-Hsin Kung, Deputy Minister of Taiwan’s National Development Council.

Each conference session will offer a few short presentations from a panel of experts, followed by a moderator-driven dialogue among the panelists and with the audience. Session I, moderated by Bill Wiseman of McKinsey & Company, will take a strategic look at trends and opportunities in the wireless communications industry in Taiwan. Session II, moderated by Revital Golan of Anemone Ventures, will examine how mobile and wireless can play an important role in the future of Taiwan’s interconnected society.

Rupert Hammond-Chambers, President of the Council, commented that “this event will provide excellent insight into opportunities for U.S. and Taiwan companies to cooperate in the wireless and mobility space. We are excited to work with AmCham Taipei on this important topic, and to have such a high-caliber group of leading experts both as speakers and as attendees. We look forward to an informative dialogue on issues that will play an important role in Taiwan’s future.”

For more information about the Taiwan Wireless & Mobility Conference, or to register to attend this free event, see http://www.us-taiwan.org.

About the US-Taiwan Business Council:
The US-Taiwan Business Council (http://www.us-taiwan.org) is a membership-based non-profit association, founded in 1976 to foster trade and business relations between the United States and Taiwan. The Council provides its members with business intelligence, offers access to an extensive network of relationships, and serves as a vital and effective representative in dealing with business, trade, and investment matters.

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