This sponsored post is produced by Flurry.

In just five years, smartphones and tablets have become indispensable in the lives of more than a billion people, outpacing every comparable technology in terms of mainstream adoption. Today, everything is mobile — from the ordinary, like ordering a taco, to intensely person actions such as sharing deep, dark secrets. One indispensable screen glues together the vast experiences that make up our lives.

Because of this shift, entire industries are being re-invented to capitalize on the opportunity to live with consumers like never before. Leaders from travel, retail, gaming, entertainment, health care, and other industries are being forced to rethink their business strategies — or risk that a new wave of innovation will swallow them up.

Back for its second year on April 22, the Flurry-organized Source14 is a 500-person summit that gathers the best minds in mobile to share what’s working and what’s next. To ensure the highest quality insights, speaking is by invitation only – there are no sponsors. Source14 attendees will hear from Pinterest, Samsung, Walmart, Evernote, Pebble, Skype, Whisper, Yahoo, Getaround, Postmates, Waze, GluMobile, Slack, and others. Top journalists from Forbes, Wired, ReCode, TechCrunch, ReadWrite, and, of course, VentureBeat will moderate the day. Flurry will also present new data on the state of mobile among 1.3 billion mobile consumers around the world.

As a partner of Source14, VentureBeat is able to offer its readers a special ticket price of $399 (regular price is $799). To take advantage of this $400 savings, please visit the Source14 registration page and enter the promotional code SourceBeat today.

Please join us on April 22 at the CityView at Metreon for an action-packed day of learning, networking, and fun capped off with cocktails and spectacular views of downtown San Francisco. Check the agenda often as we are adding new speakers each week. To see highlights from last year’s Source13 event, click here.

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