I already posted this to the MoMo blog, and sent an email out to the mailing list. But for those of you not subscribed to either of those (and I know you’re out there, cause you keep yelling at me for not posting the MoMo events here too), here it is again:
Surj from GigaOm pinged me to pass along some discount codes for the upcoming Mobilize conference on Sept. 10th. The normal cost for the event $545. If you get a ticket before midnight on Sunday here’s a link you can use to register for just $399:
that code will stop working at midnight on Sunday however, in just a few days. After Sunday you can register with this link to get in for $445:
Here’s their info about the conference:
You are in the middle of the mobile data boom. Now make it work for you!
In 2007, mobile data sales in the U.S were $23 billion. In 2009, they’re on target to reach $45 billion. Keep in mind that growth has occurred in just two years â€” and in the midst of a tough economy. Now imagine if we turn up connection speeds to 100Mbps, then 1Gbps. We believe increased speeds will further expand existing markets.
The much-lauded success of the iPhone, with its 1 billion downloaded apps, is just the tip of an immense iceberg. We believe netbooks and new consumer demand for a wireless web will kindle growth in services, technologies and devices for the communications industry.
Keynotes from Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha and also T-Mobile CTO, Cole Brodman
At Mobilize 09, you will learn about:
- New insights into a future marketplace with gigabit wireless
- Innovating mobile products for your customers
- Strategies for monetization of apps
- Making the most of mobile analytics for mining new profits
- The netbook boom and market needs
- Understanding the future of app delivery stores and distribution
- How social media like Facebook and Twitter are becoming a core service for mobile consumers
- The ideas investors are funding and what they are avoiding
See full speaker lineup and topics on our website at: http://mobilizeconf.com/
The folks at GigaOm put together fantastic events, I’ve been to quite a few of them. When it comes to mobile stuff in particular they have a fantastic set of knowledge between all the folks there. Check out the schedule:
Should be a fantastic event, definitely worth checking out!