Mobile Media Strategies 2011 will be held in London on June 14th and it has a line up that’s well worth a look.
The conference has sessions covering:
- Getting started: How to build an appropriate mobile strategy for your business.
- Making money: Looking at subscription models, one-off payments, freemium tactics, advertising and sponsorship.
- Next generation models: Incorporating video and multimedia content into your mobile offerings, developing greater interactivity & designing specifically for tablets.
- Innovation case studies: Showing live examples of success from your peers.
- Mobile futures: Plan for the future with our panellists thoughts on how the mobile media ecosystem is likely to evolve over the next 5 years.
Speakers already confirmed include one or two old colleagues of Business Mobile:
- John Barnes, Managing Director, Digital & Tech, Incisive Media
- David Gibbs, General Manager, Mobile, BSkyB
- Ilico Elia, Head of Consumer Mobile, Reuters
- Tim Rodwell, Director of Mobile Development, Telegraph Media Group
- Ronan de Renesse, Senior Analyst, Screen Digest
- Paul Lyonette, Head of Mobile Advertising, EMEA, Microsoft Advertising
- Tom Standage, Digital Editor, The Economist
- Rebekah Billingsley, Publisher, Mobile Services, BBC Worldwide
- Dominic Jacquesson, Media Analyst, Ink On Dead Trees
- Justin Moodie, Digital Publisher, Dorling Kindersley
- Nic Newman, Consultant and Former Controller, Future Media & Technology, BBC
- Carlo Campus, VP, Innovations in Newspapers
- Jonathon Moore, Head of Product Development, Guardian News & Media
Register before the end of play on April 18th and save £100 off the standard registration fees
If you register by April 18th you can benefit from our super early-bird registration rates of just £297 (saving you £100 off the standard registration fees). And please remember that we offer additional generous discounts for group bookings.
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