This sponsored post is produced by M1 Summit.
This week the M1 “Mobile-First” Summit will bring together the biggest innovators in mobile for a one-day event at the Grand Hyatt New York. Over the past five years, we have seen a dramatic shift in the world around us. Mobile technologies such as smartphones, tablets, and connected devices have begun to filter into our everyday lives, but the mobile-first world is still in its infancy.
From the phones we carry every day to the wearables that are beginning to gain mainstream adoption, huge opportunities are out there for entrepreneurs and big brands alike.
You can find a full listing of the topics at the M1 “Mobile-First” Summit in the agenda here.
Tickets are extremely limited, but VentureBeat readers can save $300 by using the discount code: VBM1
To register, visit: http://m1summit.com
M1 Summit is the only one-day event that brings together representatives from all the major players in mobile. Founders, VCs, big brands, and everyone in between will be there May 20.
- Ken Chenault, CEO, American Express
- David Kenny, CEO, The Weather Company
- Esther Lee, SVP of Brand & Marketing, AT&T
- Shiv Singh, SVP of Brand & Marketing, Visa
- Brian Wong, Founder & CEO, Kiip
- Abbey Klaassen, Editor, Advertising Age
- Omar Hamoui, General Partner, Sequoia Capital
- Rich Wong, General Partner, Accel Partners
We have too many great speakers to list them all. For a full rundown, please visit: www.m1summit.com.
Tickets include the M1 “Mobile-First” Summit from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and entrance to the exclusive after party at Suite 36 from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
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