Mobile Advertising Events March 14, 2008Posted by chetan in : Mergers and Acquisitions, Mobile Advertising, Mobile Applications, Mobile Content, Mobile Ecosystem, Mobile Search, Speaking Engagements, US Wireless Market, Wireless Value Chain, Worldwide Wireless Market , trackback
It will be a very busy next few weeks
The book discussion will be followed by a panel discussion with some of the smartest brains in the business - Ujjal Kohli, CEO, Rhythm New Media, Brian Cowley, CEO, AdInfuse, and Tony Nethercutt, VP, Admob.
AdInfuse, Admob, and Rhythm New Media are also the generous sponsors of the event. So, many thanks again.
The next day (20th), I fly back to Seattle to moderate a panel on Mobile Advertising being organized by TiE. Event and Registration details here. Panelists are Jeff Giard, Director, Alltel, Brian Lent, CEO, Medio Systems, Scott Silk, CEO, ActionEngine, and Jason Guenther, Director, Disney.
The following week on the 27th, I will be moderating a panel being organized by Washington Technology Industry Association. The topic is Mobile Mania - Show me the Money. Event and Registration details here. Speakers are Jai Jaisimha, VP, AOL, Brendan Benzing, VP, Motricity, F. Joseph Verschueren, CEO, Formotus, and Ian McKerlich, Director, T-Mobile USA.
Then, I head off to CTIA in Vegas.
In late April (24th), I will be giving a talk in Sacramento - Mobile Advertising - The $20B Opportunity?. The event is being organized by TechCoire - Sacramento region’s only business-technology education and networking organization. More info on them here. Thanks Gopan for the invite.
I got to know two wonderful people at Stanford University last year - Prof. Tom Kosnik and his student Mohit Gundecha. It was in context of the event that Mobile Momentum organized on the Indian Wireless Market. I serve on the advisory board. In fact, Mohit is single-handedly organizing our Stanford event next week.
Prof. Tom Kosnik has invited me to give a class to his students on Mobile Advertising which is great honor. His course - Global Entrepreneurial Marketing is a very popular course at Stanford and always gets full very quickly.
After a brief break, we head down to San Diego on 20th for another book event being organized by CommNexus - a very active High Tech and Communications Industry association.
The same week, I will be at FiRe (Future in Review) conference being organized by SNS and Mark Anderson and will be moderating a brilliant panel on Mobile Advertising. Event and Registration details here.