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Mobilize 2011: We’ll Be There, Will You? (Discount Code Inside)

The folks over at Gigaom sent us a discount code for their upcoming event, Mobilize 2011, to  held September 26 & 27 at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco.  Since they were kind to us, we decided to pass the savings along to our readers.  Just follow the link below if you are interested in attending the event with us.


3 Sessions You Can Find Only at Mobilize 2011.


Great Wall Club members and mobiSights readers register now and save $100 on your two-day ticket to Mobilize.

Insight, opportunity and growth abound at Mobilize 2011. Over two days, we’ll unveil the newest opportunities at the crossroads of mobile and cloud computing – from products and services to new technologies and emerging markets.

Sure, you could stay at the office and simply read about new mobile opportunities, but here are three sessions you just can’t get anywhere else:

  • Tom Conrad, CTO and EVP of Product, Pandora
    Pandora is Mostly on the Move:
     Pandora is the poster for success in the mobile world. This 100% browser experience-based company has seen 70% of its traffic shift onto mobile platforms and devices. CTO Tom Conrad will share technical and business challenges that Pandora overcame to get a foothold in mobile, and reveal the company’s next mobile target – automobiles.
  • Erick Tseng, Head of Mobile Products, Facebook
    Making Mobile More Social: As Facebook looks to provide a full-featured user experience in an increasingly mobile world, it must overcome a fragmented landscape of operating systems, devices, geographies and networks. Erick Tseng, head of mobile, will reveal how the company is leveraging the web to build its own products and how a recent acquisition is helping deploy a unified Facebook experience on a very big scale.
  • Olof Schybergson, CEO, Fjord
    Can Invisible Also Be Amazing?:
    As the bond between mobility and cloud increases, we will need to design invisible and seductive service experiences. Device-to-cloud interactions will yield new products that adapt to device capabilities and context. Among the considerations: Who will own user data, and will push advertising will ruin user experience?

Speakers represent the movers and shakers of mobile innovation.

**The Great Wall Club’s CEO, WenChu, and Vice President, Barrett Parkman, will be on hand for the event.  So if you’re in going to be in audience let us know in the comments section of this article or at and we’ll make sure they keep an eye open for you!**

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