Come and listen to the Regional Sales Director, Steven Sos, of one of the world's most successful apps, Shazam, on Thursday, 3 July at Australian Technology Park.
Steven will be walking us through Shazam's story globally and within Australia making sure to engage us through the presentation with the wonderfully powerful Shazam app.
The event will be perfect for small app owners and digital agencies seeking creative inspiration.
This is an event you won't want to miss!
*Thank you to ATP Innovations for kindly hosting us.
Shazam is a mobile app that recognizes music and TV around you. It is the best way to discover, explore and share the music and TV you love. Shazam connects more than 450 million people. It took them 10 years to reach 1 billion tags, 3 months to reach 2 billion, and 10 months to go from 10 to 12 billion.
About Steven Sos
Regional Sales Director, Shazam Entertainment
Steven joined Shazam in January 2013 as Regional Sales Director for the APAC region, including Australia and New Zealand, to spearhead the growth of revenue from advertising. Drawing on 19 years of experience in media sales across mobile, television, online, magazines and newspapers, Sos is responsible for the growth and expansion of the Shazam for TV service, leveraging mobile
technology to extend engagement from more traditional mediums.
Prior to joining Shazam, Steven was with Mobile Embrace, one of Australia’s leading integrated
mobile and digital communications companies as their Head of Sales. There, he helped build the Mobile Embrace brand from inception and drove sales revenue and solutions across three core competencies, including mobile advertising.
He also spent 12 years with Multi Channel Network, where he was responsible for maximising advertising interests across 50 national STV channels as well as hundreds of channel and independent websites. During his tenure he was an early advocate and sales pioneer of their then fledgling digital
interactive services offering.
Steven began his career in media sales working at News Corporation on The Australian Newspaper before moving to Fairfax Media to work on their stable of business magazines.