Sixth annual MobileBeat conference hits San Francisco July 9-10

Sixth annual MobileBeat conference hits San Francisco July 9-10

mobilebeat2013VentureBeat’s flagship event on the future of mobile, MobileBeat, has returned for yet another go’ round. Now in its sixth year, the 2013 event has a particular focus on “Building a Winning Mobile Experience”. Spaced out over two days (July 9-10) in San Francisco, the event is a wonderful way for developers, industry partners, and other mobile-minded folks to see the shape of things to come.

MobileBeat 2013 is gathering the latest crop of companies who are looking beyond design to implement a fully integrated approach. This results in apps that are not only quick, beautiful, and easy to use but that also cater to business models and functions.

Looking at the list of speakers and advisors, you will see a number of familiar brands and mobile companies.  There are folks from notable companies such as Samsung, Evernote, Facebook, Google, Shazam, Zendesk, and Trulia.

If you are going to be in San Francisco next month, or are now considering registration, we’ve got your back.  Use the code “Droid” when registering and you can save 20% off the cost! Whether you’re an enterprise company, big-time publisher, one-man development team, or someone looking for better ways to embrace mobile, this is a must-attend show.
Register here with promo code “Droid” and get 20% off.

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