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In the world of apps nothing stands still for long. The market moves fast, and keeping on top of emerging apps is a tough job for anyone in the industry.
But with Apps World North America hitting San Francisco’s Moscone Center West on February 5-6, the challenge will be a little easier. The show features one of the broadest ranges of content available in an industry show targeted at the apps ecosystem, with 11 key conference tracks covering everything from Gaming to Mobile Strategy and Marketing to Mobile Payments and NFC.
Each track features keynote speakers, including Paul Irish, developer advocate for Chrome, who is speaking in the HTML5 track, Neal Edelstein, founder and CEO of Hooked Digital Media, in the TV Apps and Second Screen track, Nick Evans, CEO and founder of Tile, in Developer World, and Kristian Segerstrale, cofounder of Initial Capital, in Gaming World.
A total of more than 200 experts will be brought together to speak at the event, ensuring that the range of knowledge and expertise is unrivaled. More than 8,000 attendees are expected.
As well as a conference and exhibition, Apps World North America will include seven themed startup zones where new businesses and entrepreneurs will be showing off what could well be the next big app innovations of tomorrow within specific zones such as Automotive Apps, Indie Games, and Wearable and M2M.
The theme of supporting innovation continues with the Apps World series of hackathons, with developers coming together at the show to compete for prizes and glory at both a TV Hackfest and an Apps Hackfest.
The market is fast moving and ever evolving, but we hope Apps World North America will ensure that you stay one step ahead.
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