In 2016, there will be 2 billion smartphones worldwide, and users will spend more time on them than they do watching TV. Reaching this audience presents expected – and surprising – opportunities for nearly every business. Now in its ninth year, MobileBeat 2016 is the place where leaders from the most forward-looking brands and technology companies gather to share what they’ve learned about winning on mobile.
C-Level and senior leaders focused on mobile and digital strategy are invited to submit an application to speak at MobileBeat 2016. This exclusive event will focus on four topics that are critical to connecting with customers in today’s mobile-first world:
- Designing the user experience
- Growing your mobile user base (growth & acquisition)
- Engaging your users (engagement & preventing churn)
Speakers will provide insights and creative solutions that address the most pressing challenges and opportunities in mobile and will share tactical lessons, analytics, and other measures of success. Session formats include solution-based presentations, panels, and breakout sessions.
Past speakers include executives from Google, Facebook, Airbnb, Sequoia, Expedia, Forbes Media, Machine Zone, MGM Resorts, OpenTable, Sephora, Visa, and more.
Apply to be a speaker at MobileBeat 2016. Applications will be accepted until Wednesday March 4, 2016 at 11:59 PM PT.
Interested in attending? At MobileBeat, you’ll hear case studies from the largest brands and most disruptive companies, network with peers, and discover insights from the deepest research in mobile marketing. Register Now.
About MobileBeat 2016
VentureBeat’s MobileBeat 2016 (July 11-12, 2016 | Hilton Union Square, San Francisco, CA) offers a chance to network and ideate with senior leaders and executives who use mobile strategies and tactics to revolutionize their businesses. In the past, MobileBeat attendees have come from Airbnb, Capital One, DocuSign, FedEx, Google, NBC Universal and more. If you are serious about growing your business through mobile, this event is not to be missed.