Mobile Convention London is returning to Church House in Westminster, with the event expected to attract an even bigger audience. The event takes place on 10 March 2016.
Mobile Convention London is a chance to spend time with like-minded people that either have, or want to, fully embrace mobile. We firmly believe that being mobile-first is only one part of the mobile way of thinking. To stay one step ahead of your competition and engage effectively with your customers you need to adopt a mobile philosophy.
The one-day mobile event will be held on March 10 and focusses on mobile engagement strategies. It was held in London for the first time last year following on from the success of previous Mobile Conventions held in Amsterdam and Brussels. It attracted world-renowned brands including Google, Blippar, Unilever and MobileGroove with even more organisations and attendees expected to support the second edition of the event. This year representatives of WiForia, Tiwtter, Shell, KiTTi and Mobile Pioneer attend Mobile Convention London [More Speakers]
Mobile Convention London offers broad insights into the future of mobile landscapes and showcases the business possibilities of new technologies and application, with Church House providing the unique backdrop for interactive presentations and panel discussions with international speakers, networking and a high tech playground.
Hodny Benazzi, General Manager of CM, comments: “Since Mobile Convention was first held in 2010 it has grown substantially. Our first Mobile Convention London at Church House was a huge success and we anticipate it will be even bigger this year, featuring an exclusive conference program with mobile visionaries and best practice cases combined with the invaluable opportunity to participate and network.”
Mobile Convention London is one programme for everyone, international speakers, during lunch there are round table innovation sessions covering the topics of: Mobile First, Effective Brand Engagement, Security, Payments and Wearables. Play around at the end of the day with wearables and tech stuff in the Playground.
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