The MOBILE 2.0 Conference is a one-day event on September 1, 2011 in San Francisco. MOBILE 2.0 brings together experts and thought leaders from all aspects of the mobile ecosystem, including startups, investors, mobile carriers, device manufacturers, and mobile application developers and web technologists.
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This is the 6th annual conference and we have gotten tremendous amount of support from the global mobile community.
This year, the Mobile 2.0 organizing committee proposes to examine the impact of an “Always On, Always Connected” mobile world. We will hold a morning plenary session with a series of panel conversations on the following themes:
- What will change in a multi-screen world? Should you write web and/or native applications?
- Is the cost of innovation changing and how can small companies still compete?
- Next-generation advertising, and what are the new models?
The afternoon agenda will pick up on the key panel debates plus other surprises and will be broken out into six 90-minute interactive workshops that go wider and deeper, allowing time to explore what are the key drivers, ecosystem considerations and execution issues.
In addition to the Mobile 2.0 team of Gregory Gorman, Tony Fish and Dan Appelquist, we will have Ben Keighran, Marc Davis, Mike Rowehl, Larry Berkin, Michel Wendell, Michael Mace, Michael Rubin, Steve Bratt, James Parton, Raj Singh, Mario Tapia, Peter Vesterbacka, Jeff Haynie, James Pearce and many more.