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The GSMA is a global organisation unifying the mobile ecosystem to discover, develop and deliver innovation that helps business and society thrive. They provide solutions and impact through a range of services such as blockchain and roaming services, eSIM services, fraud prevention and security services, network and interconnect services, and more. They work with industries like fintech, smart mobility, manufacturing, and digital industries. The GSMA also focuses on connectivity for good, with initiatives in external affairs, mobile for development, public policy, and spectrum. They are at the forefront of technologies like 5G and networks, eSIM, mobile identity, internet of things, security, and artificial intelligence. Training and consulting services are also offered by the GSMA. To get involved, you can become a member and join their working groups. The GSMA Foundry is a platform for innovation, hosting projects, events, and awards. They organize popular events like MWC Barcelona, MWC Las Vegas, MWC Kigali, and MWC Shanghai. The GSMA is a reputable organization with a rich history, strong technology foundation, and commitment to sustainability.



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The GSMA Innovation Fund for Humanitarian Challenges
As global humanitarian needs continue to rise, there is an increasing demand to respond with innovative, impactful and scalable solutions powered by mobile and digital technology. On 11 December, the GSMA opened the GSMA Innovation Fund for Humanitarian Challenges. The Fund will provide grants as well as additional non-financial and technical support to projects that leverage mobile and digital technology to pilot and scale solutions that address humanitarian challenges in low- and middle-income countries. The specific objective of this new Fund is to test innovative use cases, partnerships, and business models that can improve access to sustainable digital-enabled solutions for those who are affected by – or vulnerable to – humanitarian challenges. The Fund is open to applications from for-profit small and growing enterprises (commercially viable start-ups, small and medium enterprises, and social enterprises with up to 250 employees). Successful projects will receive a grant of between £100,000 and £250,000 to scale their innovation over a 15 to 18 month period. Join this webinar to learn more about the Fund from key concepts, grantee support and eligibility.
1/11/2024 11:00 AM