The Telegraph and Centrica are the latest companies to sign up to speak at Mobile Marketing Live, our two-day conference, exhibition, training and networking events which takes place in London on 1-2 October.
Mark Challinor, director of mobile and interactive services at Telegraph Media Group, will take delegates through the Telegraph’s mobile journey, while Neil Swanston, mobile experience manager at Centrica, will explain how British Gas is using mobile as a CRM tool to improve customer service.
They join other recent additions to the speaker line-up, including Ford; Augmented Reality firm, Blippar; app analytics specialist, Flurry, and mobile ticketing firm Masabi, speaking alongside one of its clients, Chiltern Railways.
Other speakers incude Ian Carrington, EMEA head of mobile at Google; David Chan, CEO at Barclaycard Consumer Europe; Steve Wing, head of digital at The Guardian; Paul Francis, head of commercial systems at Domino’s Pizza; and Sarah Baillie, mobile commerce manager at Debenhams.
The conference and exhibition are also attracting some good delegate signups. Companies and brands registered to attend include Arcadia, Ernst & Young, the FT, Global Radio, MandM Direct, Nectar, SpareRoom, and Tesco.com.
Mobile Marketing Live combines an exhibition, conference, training sessions run by the Mobile Training Academy, and one-on-one meeting opportunities for delegates who want to discuss their mobile marketing needs with exhibiting companies in more detail.
The event takes place at the Business Design Centre in London from 1-2 October 2012. For more information about exhibiting, sponsoring, or attending the event, visit the website, or email [email protected]
Conference tickets are currently available at Early Bird discount prices.