Win Tickets To Silicon Valley’s Largest Mobile Internet Conference! Here’s How



GMIC – Silicon Valley’s largest mobile internet conference – is about to get underway in just a few short weeks. Over 10,000 developers, executives, entrepreneurs and investors from all over the world will descend on San Francisco’s Moscone Center on October 21-23 to talk about all the latest changes in mobile.  Attendees will get to listen to speakers from Facebook, Qualcomm, Y-Combinator, PopCap, and many more, as well as party as hard as some Silicon Valley nerds can muster.

To hype up the conference GMIC hooked us up with two Golden Tickets (valued at $599) which we can’t wait to send to two lucky readers. But first, we just launched our awesome Cult of Mac Magazine in Newsstand a few weeks ago and would much rather promote it instead, so here’s how to enter our contest to win one of the GMIC tickets:

Step 1: Tweet the following: “Check out @cultofmac’s awesome new weekly magazine! #CultofMacMagazine” (click here to auto-generate tweet)

Step 2: You’re done! If you’d like to replace “awesome” with your own superlative, please do. In fact, the more creative your superlative the higher your odds of winning.

We’ll announce two winners on Sunday, October 12th at 9PM PST, so check back to see if you’re going. And if you haven’t yet thumbed your way through the digital pages of the latest issue of Cult of Mac Magazine, give it a try! New issues come out every Saturday morning with unique content you won’t find on the website. It’s the best 2 bucks an Apple fanboy can spend on Newsstand.


More info about the GMIC Gold Tickets:

Full Price: $599. Gold pass access includes all conference tracks including Thought Leader, Global Game Stars, G-Startup, appSpace, m-Health, m-Education, m-Marketing, m-Next, and networking events (minus the VIP Welcome Reception, Back Stage Lounge, VIP lunches)

Speakers include:

Vaughan Smith, VP Mobile, Facebook
Robin Li, CEO, Baidu
David Lee, General Partner, SVAngel
Rob Chandhok, President QIP, Qualcomm
Mark Shuttleworth, Founder, Ubuntu and Canonical
David Roberts, CEO, PopCap Games
Akira Morikawa, CEO, LINE
Lei Jun, CEO, Xiaomi
Dave McClure, MP, 500 Startups
Tim Draper, Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson
David Helgason, CEO, Unity
Neil Trevett, Vice President, Mobile Content, NVIDIA
Niccolo de Masi, President & CEO, Glu Mobile
Paul Graham, Founder, Y-Combinator
Martin Lau, President, Tencent


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