Sunday, 17 December 2017

MWC review: the editorial awards

By Mary Lennighan and Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Friday 26 February 16

A lighthearted look at some of the most memorable moments of this year's Mobile World Congress.

Love it or hate it, Mobile World Congress is always an experience. We have come to expect certain things from the show floor: big, flamboyant stands you could easily get lost in, eye-catching exhibits that make delegates do a double-take, and the use of technology in ways we wouldn't have expected. And amongst the 100,000 attendees – MWC attracted record numbers this week, according to the GSMA, despite the best efforts of the Barcelona transport system – there are always a handful that stand out in the memory for one reason or another. So this year, we thought we would wrap up the event by creating our own awards for the companies and people that made the biggest impression on the editorial team during the course of the week…

Love it or hate it, Mobile World Congress is always an experience. We have come to expect certain things from the show floor: big, flamboyant stands you could easily get lost in, eye-catching exhibits that make delegates do a double-take, and the use of technology in ways we wouldn't have expected. And amongst the 100,000 attendees – MWC attracted record numbers this week, according to the GSMA, despite the best efforts of the Barcelona transport system – there are always a handful that stand out in the memory for one reason or another. So this year, we thought we would wrap up the event by creating our own awards for the companies and people that made the biggest impression on the editorial team during the course of the week…

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