PhoneCheck CEO Chris Sabeti will present at the Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2017. This timely global event will feature an A-list of industry leaders as they discuss the current state of mobile, as well as predictions and solutions for the future.
Sabeti is recognized as a top global influencer in the used smart device industry. His contributions and knowledge will be a welcomed complement to other key note speakers at the event.
In 2015, PhoneCheck, a provider of mobile device diagnostics, mobile certification and data erasure services announced a new mission. To become the industry leader in mobile device diagnostics and certification by providing small businesses, device resellers and enterprise companies with third party used smartphone certification.
The company aims to meet the market demand for quality-assured used smartphones, which they estimate to surpass 300 million devices this year.
Sabeti will present during the Global Device Summit on June 29, 2017. His presentation will offer key insight into the growth of repurposed smartphones and its profound impact on global manufacturers, smartphone enthusiasts, and the device ecosystem as a whole.
“The summit will be an exciting moment for the mobile industry, and I’m humbled by the invitation to present,” Sabeti said. “The powerful, intertwining relationship between smart devices and global business will absolutely be a hallmark of the summit.”
Among the discussion will be other mobile industry leaders such as asan Aula, CEO of Erajaya, Biju Nair, CEO of HYLA Mobile, and Cassio Calil, Group Head of Financial Services at Brightstar, among other luminaires.
Together, they will discuss the global boom of repurposed smartphones in the market, as well as exploring and securing solutions for the future of the industry.
Senior executives from leading mobile corporations such as Microsoft Cortana, Samsung, IndusOS, ZTE, LeEco, China Mobile, UL, Transatel and Simulity Labs will also be weighing in during the event.
The event is part of the GSMA, uniting 800 operators with nearly 300 international companies with interests in the mobile marketplace.