|[March 14, 2014]
Tencent Co-Founder Vic Lee, Joins Mobli's Board Of Advisors
TEL AVIV, Israel --(Business Wire)--
leading social-mobile photo and video-sharing multi-platform, announced
today that Vic Lee, Co-Founder of Chinese Internet giant Tencent, is
joining its board of advisors. As part of the new position, Lee will
assist mobli in expanding its reach in China, other
east-Asian markets, and in exploring new monetization pathways.
mobli is partnering with key global technology leaders, including Carlos
Slim and Kegnes Rakishev, as part of its
international expansion strategy. Today's announcement is another step
along this path that will give mobli a strategic
advantage in China.
Moshe Hogeg, founder and CEO of mobli: "It's an honor to
work such a distinguished professional such as Vic Lee, who has more
than a lifetime's worth of experience building one of the world's most
successful Internet companies. His contributions and insights will be
invaluable as we look to grow the mobli community and expand
into China and other vital Asian markets."
Vic Lee, Tencent Co-Founder, says: "mobli is one of
the most promising companies I've seen, and it has the potential to
disrupt and transform large sectors of the Chinese market. I'm
incredibly excited to work with such an innovative, young company and to
introduce Chinese users to this remarkable platform and experience."
Tencent is one of the largest Internet companies in the world, providing
mass media, entertainment, Internet, mobile phone services, and online
advertising services. Known for its unique marketplace for virtual
goods, Tencent's monetization system will act as a model for mobli moving
mobli provides a richer and smarter way to capture and share
photos and videos with friends and the world, while featuring
unparalleled visual effects. On mobli, users can follow and
engage with individuals as well as communities based on interests and
locations. mobli's vision is to connect people across the globe
so users can experience the world through other people's eyes.
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