Get Mobile 2014 – Free Mobile Marketing Conference in DCU
DCU Business School with the DCU Techspectations Initiative is holding the annual “Get Mobile” mini-conference on the 11th November 2014 in The Helix. “Get Mobile 2014” is a free mobile marketing conference will feature presentations on current issues in mobile technologies and marketing.
Mobile – It’s Good! Mobile marketing trends and insights 2014, Alex Meisl, Chairperson, Sponge and WiForia Ltd
Wearable Sensing, A New Era of Personal Data, Dr. Cathal Gurrin, DCU
Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia and the future of mobile, Eoin Cruise, Microsoft Ireland
Turning visual content into shopable products, Dr. Mark Hughes, Digifye
The role of mobile in digital marketing, Dr Theo Lynn, DCU
The conference runs from 2-6 on the 11th November 2014. Register to attend for free below:
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