Wireless Technology Forum & AMMO SIG - "Smartphones and Tablets"

  • February 25, 2010 · 6:00 PM
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"Smart Phones & Tablets: How the iPad and mobile fragmentation influence brand marketing and content delivery"

6 - 7 PM for Networking (there is a bar)
7 - 8 PM Panel Presentation

AMMO members can attend this session free by using the following promo code. If you know of other people who would be interested, please feel free to pass the code along to them as we are hoping to get a big turnout given the speakers we have lined up:

Feb 25 promo code AMMO SIG: mtm0210guest

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We have an exciting meeting planned for our first Wireless Technology Forum event. We have put together an exciting panel for this meeting. We'll be discussing how the introduction of the iPad and other tablet devices might impact the mobile marketing and content delivery arena. As the emergence of app stores for a broad spectrum of devices continues to explode, what effect and opportunities does this present for mobile marketers and technologists.

We have an exceptionally talented group of panelists including:

Lane Mansell, AT&T Mobility, AVP, Sales Operations in Emerging Devices Organization

Lane Mansell is the AVP for Sales Operations in the Emerging Devices Organization at AT&T Mobility. He has worked closely facilitating the close partnership between AT&T and Apple. He is the Business Leader responsible for the bringing Apple’s iPad to AT&T. Cameron Clayton, Weather Channel Interactive, VP Mobile

As vice president of mobile, Cameron Clayton leads the team responsible for the company’s mobile product portfolio which includes The Weather Channel mobile Web, the number one mobile content site in the United States; a full line of multimedia and messaging offerings; and download products such as the popular weather application for iPhone and iPod touch. Clayton most recently was vice president of business development at TWCi, responsible for all distribution relationships for Web and mobile, including all the major wireless carriers and wireless content aggregators. Andrew Dod, Whoop, Senior VP of Marketing

Andrew is one of the founders at Whoop, a mobile marketing company that helps anyone produce & publish rich media mobile content. He is an award-winning technology marketer, agency executive, brand and innovation consultant, critically-acclaimed author, columnist, ditty-writer and long-retired hammer thrower. Over the past two decades, he has helped launch more than four dozen companies and hundreds of products and services. An astute storyteller for global PR agency, Ketchum, and his award-winning firm, Dod/Pritchard Communications, Andrew has represented international leaders IBM, Hitachi, Hayes and Siemens in the U.S., Europe, Latin America and Asia-Pac. As an innovation consultant, Andrew led engagements for Coca-Cola, Chevron, The Home Depot, Manheim and YKK.

Scott Lockhart, Regator, Co-Founder

In 2007, Scott became frustrated when he couldn’t find a site that would help him easily find info he was looking for in quality blogs. So he went about building a better blog aggregator. Regator.com and Regator for iPhone are the result. The Regator Premium for iPhone app was selected by Apple for the App Store's What's Hot section and Apple’s Spotlight email and has a 4+ star average user review. The free Regator for iPhone was named top 10 iPhone apps of 2009 by CNET/iPhone Alley and top 5 iPhone apps of 2009 by Marshall Kirkpatrick (ReadWriteWeb). Scott’s previous roles have included Chief Technology Officer at one of the U.S.’s largest real estate companies, RE/MAX Greater Atlanta.

Please take the time to send me questions you would like to ask of our panelists. Send as many questions as you like. We'll make every effort to get all relevant questions asked.

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