One of my favorite mobile events Mobile 2.0, will be held at the San Francisco Grand Hyatt Tuesday, Sept 11th, which is less than a month from now.
Mobile 2.0 always has great speakers and panelists and this year is no different. Presenters include Andrew Nash, Director Internet Identity at Google, Sprint VP Russ McGuire, Oracle’s Michael Neuenschwander, Kevin Marks from Salesforce.com, Telefónica’s Daniel Appelquist, GetJar CEO Chris Dury, Michael Rubin, Executive Director, Business Development, AT&T Interactive, Alex Linde, VP, Mobile & Digital Apps, The Weather Channel and many more. More speakers and speaker bios are listed on Lanyard.com
The Mobile 2.0 agenda includes interactive panels and workshops geared toward both mobile entrepreneurs and developers. This year’s topics include Mobile Addiction, Sensors, Big Data, Platforms, Security, Privacy, Enterprise and IT, Payments, Design, Analytics, Monetization, Development APIs and HTML5.
Mobile 2.0 tends to sell out quickly, so register now before it’s too late. As usual Mobile 2.0 pricing is very reasonable considering the quality of the event. Pricing is $399 for Businesses, $229 for Startups and $199 for Developers. Want to pay even less? The Mobile 2.0 Twitter account @mobile2event tweeted today “We’re offering 150 Tweeps a 33% discount on Mobile 2.0 on 9/11. Enter the code “friend” at registration by 8/25”
I’ll be attending Mobile 2.0 again this year. If you’d like to say hi and don’t see me at the event, send an @reply to me (@yeswap) on Twitter or use the contact form, both are pushed directly to my mobile phone.