Bill Clinton is probably one of the most talented US presidents in recent history - he had a smooth demeanor, firm grip on the economy, has a near-photographic memory and plays the sax like a pro. And while politics will always divide people and many will be quick to point out the obvious Lewinsky scandal and many other flaws of the 42nd US president, technology unites and that’s what Clinton will take part of as he’s got the last keynote of this year’s International CTIA taking place in New Orleans, Louisiana.
President Clinton will “share his unique perspective on preparing leaders to meet the challenges of global interdependence and implementing innovative solutions to some of the world’s most pressing issues.” The president, a long-time believer in mobile communications, will bring his unique insight on the importance of leadership in that space.
His speech is scheduled for the last day of CTIA, May 10th, and will run from 2:00pm CDT to 3:00pm CDT.
CTIA kicks off two days before that, on May 8th. Last year, it brought forth Sprint’s HTC Evo 3D and AT&T’s LG Thrill 4G, the first 3D handsets in the US. What do you wish for this year?
PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON TO DELIVER DAY THREE KEYNOTE AT INTERNATIONAL CTIA WIRELESS® 2012
42nd President of the United States to Close the Show with 2:00 p.m. Remarks on May 10th
WASHINGTON, D.C., March 12, 2012 – International CTIA WIRELESS® 2012 today announced President Bill Clinton, Founder of the William J. Clinton Foundation and 42nd President of the United States, as the final keynote speaker at the premier international marketplace for wireless, telecom and all things mobile. International CTIA WIRELESS 2012 will take place May 8-10, 2012 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.
On Thursday, May 10 from 2:00-3:00 p.m. CDT, President Clinton will share his unique perspective on preparing leaders to meet the challenges of global interdependence and implementing innovative solutions to some of the world’s most pressing issues.
“We are honored to have President Clinton keynote at International CTIA WIRELESS 2012 and to have him share his extraordinary experiences and insight regarding the importance of leadership and the invaluable role technology can play in helping solve challenges around the world,” said CTIA President and CEO Steve Largent. “The president has been a long-standing believer in the power of mobile communication, and played a leading role in forming policy during his terms in office that created an environment in which a young wireless industry flourished and provided immense benefits to Americans that have substantially increased over time.”