LearnFuture of Mobile 08. On your marks…

writes on July 30, 2008

Future of Mobile 2008 is up and running. The conference takes place on 17th November at Kensington Town Hall, followed by a day of workshops on mobile business and technical development. There is also a prelude event being developed by the Carsonified stealth operations team, more on this in due course. We think the new look site looks fantastic, hope you’ll agree.

This year we spent a great deal of time and effort consulting some of the movers and shakers in the mobile industry to get ideas and themes for this years content. Many many thanks to all, for the kindness and help received along the way. There are some very interesting speakers confirmed already and we are still talking to several organisations to secure some more great content over the next month or two. There is a lot of very intelligent comment on matters pertaining to the mobile industry coming from the UK. It is a great pleasure to welcome six of the UK’s most interesting technology bloggers to FOM for the 6X6 session. This will provide some strong and occasionally contentious opinions to stimulate the conversation at the event.

A conscious effort has been made to broaden the horizons of this conference to ensure that the future of mobile is examined across much more than the mobile web and in a worldwide context. We are building a programme designed to inform and inspire people from all walks of the mobile industry. It is never going to be possible to cover all the important topics and please everyone in just one day though. There is still a little room for more so please go ahead and comment here once you have looked at the event, or contact me directly.

There are great early bird discounts available now and student tickets for less than the cost of a decent evening of binge drinking.

0 Responses to “Future of Mobile 08. On your marks…”

  1. Such a useful blog… wow !!!!

  2. Dominic,
    sounds like a fantastic event – makes me wish I was writing apps, not just doing webdesign… sounds all too high-end technical for my little brain 😉

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