Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd is bringing their unique cutting edge mobile technologies and Olympic inspiration to the upcoming Winter Youth Olympic Games Lausanne 2020 as they will be showcasing their latest devices and will be hosting a unique ‘Chat With Champions’ series panel discussion for athletes competing in the games.
As the WorldWide Olympic Partner in the Wireless Communications Equipment and Computing Equipment Category, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd is continuing a proud tradition of empowering athletes with this year marking the 30th anniversary of the brand supporting the Olympic movement.
At the Youth Olympic Games at Yodli Park, visitors can experience the latest 5G enabled Galaxy smartphones including the Galaxy S10, Note10 series, Galaxy Fold and Galaxy A90 smartphones, interact and experience the latest VR and augmented reality technologies such as Samsung’s S Pen stylus on their Galaxy Note10 series phones and more.
“Samsung has supported the Olympic Movement for over 30 years, and we are proud to continue our legacy by empowering this generation of athletes to ‘Do What You Can’t’ spirit at the Youth Olympic Games Lausanne 2020,” said Stephanie Choi, Senior Vice President and Head of Global Marketing Team of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics. “From Lausanne to Tokyo, this Olympic year holds many exciting opportunities for Samsung to showcase innovation and change the way participants experience the Games through mobile products and services with 5G connectivity.”
The ‘Chat With Champions’ series is a special panel discussion that enables athletes to learn more about building their personal brand and to hear inspirational stories that will keep them motivated.
Panelists on the ‘Chat With Champions’ panel include Stephanie Choi who will provide insights about the Samsung brand and her career journey as an industry leader and innovator; Dina Asher-Smith, World Champion sprinter; Janosch Nietlispach, six-timme Kickboxing World Champion and Zac Farrer, Global Partnership EMEAm Facebook who will share more on how to grow their personal brand.
Stephanie Choi who will provide insights about the Samsung brand and her career journey as an industry leader and innovator; Dina Asher-Smith, World Champion sprinter; Janosch Nietlispach, six-timme Kickboxing World Champion and Zac Farrer, Global Partnership EMEA, Facebook who will share more on how to grow their personal brand.
“Samsung has been an integral part of elevating the Olympic Games’ fan experience through their innovative technology and powering lifelong memories for athletes and fans alike,” said Timo Lumme, Managing Director of the IOC Television and Marketing Services. “As we celebrate what the future of the Olympic Games will look like for future generations in Lausanne 2020, it’s only natural that Samsung is helping make that connection.”