October 14, 2011

"Mobilised: A New World" - Web Spiders Event On Mobilising Your Business

The mobile device is going to become our primary gateway to the internet. That too, in less than five years or so. Most leading market research companies agree on this, and current trends only reinforce that prediction. Already more than 30% of UK mobile phone owners access the internet through their mobile devices. Of course, the rocketing popularity of smartphones(which make browsing the mobile web a far smoother and more pleasurable experience) means even more people are going to take to the mobile web in the coming days, and at a much faster rate.

So what does this mean for marketers and entrepreneurs? Simple, it’s mobility or bust. It’s a new world out there, and if marketers are to reach out to potential customers, they have to do it through their mobile devices.  But before you can exploit the mobile, you have to understand the mobile. This is where Web Spiders steps in.

At our “Mobilised: A New World” event, to be held on November 1st at the London Transport Museum, marketers and entrepreneurs will get an in-depth look into the world of the mobile. Our speakers, Siddharth Jhunjhunwala and Neil Burton will take you through the current state of the mobile world, with facts, stats, figures and trends, and help you get a glimpse of what the future holds for business and the mobile. Attendees will also get valuable, practical tips, ideas and information on how they can mobilise their business and better their bottomline along the way.

If you understand the value of mobility but are unsure about how to proceed, register for “Mobilised: A New World“. The world of business is changing, and your profits will depend on how willing you are to mobilise your resources and your business.

“Mobilised: A New World” is an invitation only event.

Date: Tuesday 1st November
Time: 9:00 am
Venue: London Transport Museum,
Covent Garden Piazza, WC2E 7BB



Registration and Networking


Keynote: State of the Mobile World – Facts, Stats and the Crystal Ball


Serve First – Mobile as a Customer Service Platform


M-Commerce and M-Payment – Trends for 2011-2012


Tea/Coffee Break


Mobile Web versus Native Apps


Mobilising the Enterprise + Case Studies


Lunch and networking


Mobile Advertising and Analytics


Practical considerations for deploying mobile solutions in the fund industry


Panel Discussion and Q&A



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