Future of Mobile Event Announced

fom.jpgRegistration has opened up for Future of Mobile, which will be held on November 14 BFI IMAX Theatre in London. This one-day meeting of the minds will include some of the biggest names in mobile site and application development, program chaired by Brian Fling of Blue Flavor and hosted by Carson Systems, the team behind the Future of Web Apps Conference and the upcoming Future of Web Design Conference (which coming to NYC in November).

“We’ve been wanting to do an event that focused specifically on mobile for quite a while as this is such an exciting growth area in the web industry,” says Ryan Carson of Carson Systems. “Working with program chair and mobile expert Brian Fling, we’ve been able to put together a fantastic list of speakers and broad spectrum of topics covering everything from web development standards to the impact of the iPhone. FOM aims to bring together all the various strands of the mobile story so far, and provide some expert insight and practical advice on building successful mobile products and strategies for the future. As with all our events, we’ve made this one really affordable for people to attend and hope to see a good mixed crowd”

Speakers include: Brian Fling (program chair), Daniel Appelquist (Vodafone), Joel Brazil (MSN), Chetan Sharma (Chetan Sharma Consulting), Andrea Trasatti (dotMobi), Steve Page (Mobile Commerce), Tom Hume (Future Platforms), Luca Passani (AdMob), Julie Strawson (Monotype Imaging), Scott Beaumont (Refresh Mobile), Ronan Cremin (dotMobi), Dr Guillame Peersman (Dialogue), Marek Pawlowski (Mobile Experience).

Sessions on:
-What Users Want – Which Apps Should You be Building?
-How the iPhone Will Change the Mobile Space
-Will Content be King on Mobile?
-Cracking the Code: Developing for Mobile Devices
-How the Masses Will use Mobile?
-The Truth About Mobile Web Development Standards
-Getting Mobile Type Right
-Keeping Users Happy and Coming Back for More!

Future of Mobile
Wednesday November 14 2007
BFI IMAX Theatre, London
Tickets £89 exc VAT
Seats are limited to 400.