Afew days ago I came back from MLOVE Berlin, the “TED” of mobile conferences. A few hundred participants came together to discuss the future of mobile — in an amazingly beautiful castle, no less. The attendees come from a variety of backgrounds, but all share one important thing in common: They are impassioned leaders and trendsetters in the mobile space. This ConFestival is a place where inspiration flows freely and young visionaries discuss the potential of the mobile industry in today’s world and the future.
MLOVE has a special informal and playful atmosphere where ideas and conversations simply flow between people. The fact that it takes place in one castle with a limited number of attendees enables everyone to get to know one another on a closer basis than at your usual conference. Everyone’s very supportive of one another. I can attest that I have formed many great friendships at MLOVE with people from around the world. Continue reading
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This week was action packed, with Demo Conference Fall 2010 and WITI Technology Summit — I am revved with excitement from my first week of exploring the Silicon Valley events! I can’t wait to share the key learnings from CIOs of high-profile organizations and my personal top picks among the startup companies that presented and were on exhibit.
Meanwhile, if you have not yet, make sure to add Mobile 2.0 Silicon Valley and Think Mobile West to your events list. Here are a few reasons why you should attend:
- The future of evolving media is in mobile. Learn how the experts are building their mobile ecosystem.
- What is the latest technology and innovation in mobile? Get your answers from CTOs, CIOs and guru developers.
- How do you effectively measure performance and metrics?
- What is the secret sauce of the successful mobile applications? And more!
Who should attend?
Both events will benefit brand managers, product managers, IT and mobile leaders within global companies and high-growth startups. I also recommend it for entrepreneurs who want to have a better understanding of mobile platforms, resources, distribution channels and metrics. As an entrepreneur who works closely with clients in the creation of their products, it is important for me to understand how to extend my client’s platforms into the mobile arena at the very beginning of each creation process. Continue reading