It’s official. You’ve only got one week left to save 30 percent on tickets to DiscoveryBeat 2010, the year’s hottest app discovery conference. You can register here. Due to its success in 2009, DiscoveryBeat has expanded to a full-day event and will be held on October 18th at The Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco. Here’s the rundown:
At DiscoveryBeat 2010, we’re bringing together top developers and industry executives to unveil their tips and tricks for creating killer apps and getting them noticed. From design principles to social media strategy and other viral tricks, DiscoveryBeat offers attendees the insider’s playbook for building, distributing and monetizing apps. Execs from major carriers, platforms and app stores will provide depth to the debate.
Speakers so far include:
- Peter Relan, Founder, YouWeb
- Marc Gumpinger, CEO, Scoreloop
- Si Shen, Co-Founder & CEO, Papaya Mobile
- Sebastien de Halleux, Co-Founder, Playfish
Check back here for speaker and agenda updates. We’ll be introducing some movers and shakers from small and big businesses alike, as almost everyone in mobile, social, and gaming has to deal with the problem.
The conference will feature a packed day of panels, presentations, and networking opportunities, and will attract 300 major players from the mobile app ecosystem: mobile/game developers, major platform providers, mobile/social advertising executives, VCs, press, and more. Register now and save 30%. Hurry, though. The early-bird rate ends September 22.
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