MIT Technology Review’s Mobile Summit, set for June 10–11 in San Francisco, provides the strategic intelligence needed to navigate the future of mobile.
CAMBRIDGE, MA – May 1, 2013: MIT Technology Review Events bring the media company’s award-winning journalism to life, inviting guests to probe deeper, examine data, and meet experts—hearing their insights and discovering their work firsthand. The events attract the best and brightest senior-level business and technology leaders.
The Mobile Summit, taking place at the St. Regis Hotel in San Francisco on June 10-11, 2013, will gather leading industry experts from companies like Facebook, Nuance, Pebble, Samsung, Twitter, and more to give the inside scoop on the initiatives that are disrupting the mobile industry. Attendees will learn how emerging mobile technologies will redefine work, health, commerce, and more. Topics include:
- • Mobile payment services
- • Secure, scalable content sharing
- • Mobile enterprise IT
- • Emerging markets as the source of the next billion mobile users
- • The changing mobile interface
- • Emerging technologies driving next-generation mobility
- • Disruptive hardware and software systems for mobile health care
- • Improved performance and reach of mobile advertising
Jason Pontin, MIT Technology Review’s editor in chief and publisher, states, “We are thrilled to host this amazing event in San Francisco, which has become the capital of mobile tech development. The speakers and agenda we’ve lined up promise to inform and inspire the talented innovators in this rapidly changing industry.”
The event is sponsored by OpenX and LEWIS PR, with strategic support by FierceMobileIT and Wireless Industry Partnership. For full details on the Summit, including the schedule and speakers, visit the event website today. You can also save $100 off the full onsite registration fee when registering online.