Founder and Chairman, Sycamore Networks
Nobel Laureate, Professor of Biology, Caltech
Managing Director of Hatteras Discovery and Venture Partner at Hatteras Venture Partners
Vice president, chief strategy and operating officer of the Texas Medical Center
The new buzz word around town is mobile app. In 2010 mobile applications brought in $2.2 billion. That’s right…billion! Even more impressive is the fact that figure is up 160 percent from 2009! The mobile app industry is exploding right before our eyes!
In this day and age of instant gratification it’s no longer a question of whether your business should have a mobile app or not. Businesses across the planet are creating mobile applications for consumers. Add to that the fact that there are more people in the world who own cell phones than credit cards! If you don’t have one you may be leaving money on the table!
Don’t get left behind! This is an event for business owners as well as for developers. In addition to learning from CEO’s and industry leaders from the mobile app industry, you’ll also get the chance to meet potential partners to help get your idea off the ground!
Space is limited so don’t delay. To learn more about creating a BLOCKBUSTER mobile application, register now. All attendees will receive a FREE Iphone case by Speck!
John E. Houghton, CEO and Founder of MobileCast Media Inc. Mobile development executive with experience developing iOS (iPhone, iPod, iPad) and Android applications. Extensive experience with internet technologies for building community supporting social media campaigns which lead to increased sales.
Neil Cohen, Vice President/Marketing, Visage
Neil Cohen has more than has 30 years of experience creating, building and managing brands for start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, including SEGA, Hilton, Arby’s and McDonalds. Prior to Visage, Neil has been the principal of Cohen & Company, a San Francisco- based brand and marketing strategy firm that has done work for Yahoo!, Blue Shield, Friendster, San Francisco State University, SFO, Audience, Alibaba and more than 100 startups. Neil currently teaches Marketing at SF State University and previously taught at the University Of Southern California School Of University College of Business Journalism.