My favorite one day mobile conference, Mobile 2.0 will be held in San Francisco on November 3rd. I’ve attended the last two Mobile 2.0 conferences and consider it a don’t miss event.
What’s so great about Mobile 2.0? It’s an affordable ($250) , intimate (a few hundred attendees) gathering that always features a great selection of speakers. Here’s a partial list of this years panelists and speakers:
Russ McGuire, VP, Strategy, Sprint
Ozzie Diaz, Chief Technologist, Wireless, HP
Tatsuki Tomita, SVP, Opera Software
Larry Berkin, VP, Ecosystem & Business Development, Access Systems
Marc Davis, Chief Scientist of Yahoo! Connected Life and Director of ESP
Rich Wong, Partner, Accel Partners
Tim Chang, Partner, NorWest Ventures
Greg Franklin, Principal, IntellectPartners
Martin Frid-Nielsen, Founder, CPO, Soonr
Judy Gibbons, CEO, Mippin
Ilja Laurs, Founder, GetJar
Omar Hamoui, CEO, AdMob
Tony Fish, Director, AMF Ventures
Charles Wiles, Product Manager, Gears Mobile, Google
John Faith, GM & VP Mobile, MySpace
Henri Moissinac, Director, Facebook Mobile
Michel Palermo, VP, Service Innovation & Integration, Telecom Italia
Maurice Thompson, Director, Open Development, Verizon Wireless
Thomas Fellger, iconmobile
Kelly Goto, Principal, gotomedia
David Wood, Executive Vice President, Symbian
Peter Barry, Vodafone Ventures
Brian Cowley, President and CEO, adinfuse
Christian Lindholm, Fjord
Brian Fling, Fling Media
Barbara Ballard, Little Springs Design
Raj Singh, VP of Business Development, Skyfire
Jay Sullivan, VP Mobile, Mozilla
Venetia Espinoza, Director, Mobile Apps & Partner Programs, T-Mobile
Michael Bayle, Senior Director, Global Mobile Advertising, Yahoo!
Rick Segal, Partner, JLA Ventures & Blackberry Partners Fund
Tom Lee, Director SMB Solutions,Research In Motion
Sumit Agarwal, Google, Mobile Product Management Lead, North America
Pankaj Kedia, Director, Global Ecosystem Programs, Mobile Internet Devices, Intel Corporation
For the first time this year the conference is going to feature separate “Business” and “Builder” tracks for the afternoon session. The builder track looks especially interesting with panels on “Mobile Web vs. Applications vs. Widgets” and “Mobile Web User Experience” and tutorial sessions on “Building, dynamic, compelling, ad-funded, off-deck mobile web content”, “iPhone WebApps”, “Mobile Design”, “Yahoo! Blueprint”, “Nokia Web Runtime” and “Gears Mobile”. View the complete agenda.
The Business track has some interesting sessions in the morning too. I’m especially looking forward to the panel on the mobile web and mobile browsers with representatives from Opera, Netfront, Skydeck and Mozilla.
If you will be attending Mobile 2.0 look for me and say hi. And if you’d like to meet for a chat to tell me about your latest mobile web site or service please use the contact form to schedule.
Mobile 2.0 Event (2007)