The Journey of Powering Possibilities at MWC22

The key objective shouldn’t be “sales” but networking. When you shift your focus from sales to networking then the following conversation becomes more thoughtful and meaningful.

The Journey of Powering Possibilities at MWC22

The Journey of MWC22

The internet is full of inundated accounts of how people felt attending the biggest technology event physically after two years of virtual events. Mobile Technology Congress 2022 took place in Barcelona, Spain this month from 28th February to 3rd of March.

Mobile World Congress returned in full force and attracted previous attendees and new ones as well. We participated for the first time and it has been quite a journey. It won’t be easy to encapsulate the journey in a few words but we will try.

To start off and cut on the mundane details, Here’s a video from the event to give you all the necessary details.

 

Our team on boarded the plane with one objective: To let everyone know what InvoZone is and what we do here and most importantly to introduce people to the Pakistan Pavilion. 

I have no qualms in saying that they did it oh so well! We managed to attract some of the most influential and known people to our booth. For one, Mike Flache and Elise Quevedo indulged in an engrossing discussion with our CEO, Furqan Aziz, at our booth.

Interactive discussions

We had four days packed with one-on-one meetings, interactive discussions, and conversations with the visitors and came across some very interesting and keen to know people at the event. People who were interested to get to know about this side of the world and what we are up to in the technology realm.

 

The event was beaming with renewed excitement and enthusiasm. The whole tech community came together to give a sneak peek into a better and more promising future. A future that values inclusivity and sustainability, empowerment regardless of gender and race, connections beyond geographical borders, and the use of technology for the collective good.

The hype around metaverse was very apparent but there weren’t many substantive products to showcase. This has been a continued criticism that many observed and voiced in their feedback of this year’s event. Metaverse is more theoretical than practical at the moment but it for sure can revolutionize how industries work at the moment.

Another very prominent theme being explored was “remote work” and how it can be made convenient and sustainable using technology. It is a very welcoming realization that remote work is here to stay and has the potential to cut down on fuel and rental costs. It is far more environment friendly and it’s heartening to see companies moving towards environment friendly solutions. 

The event will definitely help us and other software development companies to contribute their bit to turning all these ventures into reality.

Some key insights from the event

  • The key objective shouldn’t be “sales” but networking. When you shift your focus from sales to networking then the following conversation becomes more thoughtful and meaningful. People connect more when you make it about the conversation rather than sales.
  • It was all about connectivity but observantly US Journalists were reluctant to interact with Hauwei’s team which doesn’t align with the theme of the event.
  • The venue was so huge that you can practically burn all your calories trying to make it on time for a meeting.
  • The highlight of the event was “Spot”. I am sure everyone must have come across or interacted with the robot and so did we. 

  • There were some very vibrant and cool setups by Google inside and outside. A great marketing setup, I must say.

  • The Catalonia booth had the most traffic, there were long queues. Couldn’t make it but captured the view to motivate us to definitely try it the next time.

  • And how can we forget the fancy toothbrush display that became an instant hit with our team there and here as well. Everyone wanted one for themselves. 

  • Our team sure knows how to make work fun. They participated in fun activities and even won prizes. What more good fun can be, right? 

Barcelone is a very tourist-friendly place and everyone was very warm and kind towards us. The city is a great mix of history and conventional norms which makes it all the more attractive. 

Our team got the opportunity to celebrate Women’s day there and they didn’t hesitate to participate in this year’s trend #breakingthebias.

Moments from the meetups

And this video encapsulates the whole four days journey. We couldn’t have asked for a better event and the amount of support and love we received from our social media followers can’t be put into words. It fueled us to do better the next day and that’s how we rocked throughout the event. 

P.S: We do believe in after-parties so here’s some for you all to devour into and enjoy.

The Journey of MWC22

The internet is full of inundated accounts of how people felt attending the biggest technology event physically after two years of virtual events. Mobile Technology Congress 2022 took place in Barcelona, Spain this month from 28th February to 3rd of March.

Mobile World Congress returned in full force and attracted previous attendees and new ones as well. We participated for the first time and it has been quite a journey. It won’t be easy to encapsulate the journey in a few words but we will try.

To start off and cut on the mundane details, Here’s a video from the event to give you all the necessary details.

 

Our team on boarded the plane with one objective: To let everyone know what InvoZone is and what we do here and most importantly to introduce people to the Pakistan Pavilion. 

I have no qualms in saying that they did it oh so well! We managed to attract some of the most influential and known people to our booth. For one, Mike Flache and Elise Quevedo indulged in an engrossing discussion with our CEO, Furqan Aziz, at our booth.

Interactive discussions

We had four days packed with one-on-one meetings, interactive discussions, and conversations with the visitors and came across some very interesting and keen to know people at the event. People who were interested to get to know about this side of the world and what we are up to in the technology realm.

 

The event was beaming with renewed excitement and enthusiasm. The whole tech community came together to give a sneak peek into a better and more promising future. A future that values inclusivity and sustainability, empowerment regardless of gender and race, connections beyond geographical borders, and the use of technology for the collective good.

The hype around metaverse was very apparent but there weren’t many substantive products to showcase. This has been a continued criticism that many observed and voiced in their feedback of this year’s event. Metaverse is more theoretical than practical at the moment but it for sure can revolutionize how industries work at the moment.

Another very prominent theme being explored was “remote work” and how it can be made convenient and sustainable using technology. It is a very welcoming realization that remote work is here to stay and has the potential to cut down on fuel and rental costs. It is far more environment friendly and it’s heartening to see companies moving towards environment friendly solutions. 

The event will definitely help us and other software development companies to contribute their bit to turning all these ventures into reality.

Some key insights from the event

  • The key objective shouldn’t be “sales” but networking. When you shift your focus from sales to networking then the following conversation becomes more thoughtful and meaningful. People connect more when you make it about the conversation rather than sales.
  • It was all about connectivity but observantly US Journalists were reluctant to interact with Hauwei’s team which doesn’t align with the theme of the event.
  • The venue was so huge that you can practically burn all your calories trying to make it on time for a meeting.
  • The highlight of the event was “Spot”. I am sure everyone must have come across or interacted with the robot and so did we. 

  • There were some very vibrant and cool setups by Google inside and outside. A great marketing setup, I must say.

  • The Catalonia booth had the most traffic, there were long queues. Couldn’t make it but captured the view to motivate us to definitely try it the next time.

  • And how can we forget the fancy toothbrush display that became an instant hit with our team there and here as well. Everyone wanted one for themselves. 

  • Our team sure knows how to make work fun. They participated in fun activities and even won prizes. What more good fun can be, right? 

Barcelone is a very tourist-friendly place and everyone was very warm and kind towards us. The city is a great mix of history and conventional norms which makes it all the more attractive. 

Our team got the opportunity to celebrate Women’s day there and they didn’t hesitate to participate in this year’s trend #breakingthebias.

Moments from the meetups

And this video encapsulates the whole four days journey. We couldn’t have asked for a better event and the amount of support and love we received from our social media followers can’t be put into words. It fueled us to do better the next day and that’s how we rocked throughout the event. 

P.S: We do believe in after-parties so here’s some for you all to devour into and enjoy.

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Naveed ul Aziz is a technical content writer at InvoZone. Grasping the intricate concepts of technology and writing prodigious tech blogs serves as a quintessential example of his ability. He ultimately wants to step into content marketing.

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