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The second-annual Mobile Media Summit San Francisco: Apps and Ads on Jan. 21 at the Westin Market Street will bring together the biggest names in advertising and marketing to discuss the secrets to successful app marketing as well as the most important topics facing the mobile industry.

Featured speakers at Mobile Media Summit San Francisco include Intel global director of media Rebecca Brown, Nestlé USA digital marketing director Meghaan Blauvelt, Neo@Ogilvy CEO Sean Muzzy, Goodby Silverstein & Partners chief digital officer/chief creative officer Kalle Hellzen, McCann Erickson chief digital officer Mike Parker, and many more. For a full list of speakers and to register for the event, click here. As a VentureBeat reader, save 10 percent off tickets with the code “VB10.”

Shortly after Apps and Ads, be sure to catch Mobile Media Summit @ Mobile World Congress on Feb. 25-Feb.26, which is the exclusive marketing and advertising partner of mPowered Industries. Mobile Media Summit @ Mobile World Congress will connect attendees with global leaders of the mobile industry, with speakers such as Mondelez VP global media and consumer engagement Bonin Bough, Nestlé global chief of digital Pete Blackshaw, Unilever director of global innovation Jay Altschuler, and Visa head of global brand and marketing transformation Shiv Singh. For more information on Mobile Media Summit @ Mobile World Congress, click here.

“As mobile continues its meteoric rise, it has become crucial for all marketers to not just embrace it, but make it a significant part of their media plan,” says Mobile Media Summit founder and CEO Paran Johar. “We have seen that effort reflected in the summits, which host more advertisers than any other mobile conference and continue to sell out in every city. I am thrilled to be working with the Mobile World Congress in 2014 and looking forward to gathering the international advertising community to discuss how mobile is changing the world.”

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