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Fourth Annual, Mobile Beat Summit (Mentoring me, Larry Chiang, Motivationally Listening

by Larry Chiang on March 5, 2014

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DataBeat 2013

2 days. 180 executives. 6 big opportunities for growth.

We’re just 6 weeks out from the fourth annual VentureBeat Mobile Summit, and the room is filling up.

This April 14-15, we’re again gathering the top 180 mobile influencers to develop a blueprint for the industry’s growth in the coming year.

The Summit is now regarded as one of the most important gatherings in mobile, and was recently named in the ‘Top 10 Must Attend Tech Conferences in 2014’ list by Entrepreneur Magazine.

This invitation-only event is being held again at the beautiful Cavallo Point Resort in Sausalito, CA. Check out our first round of featured participants below, and you canapply to participate here.

Featured Participants

Jim Baer Biz Stone
Co-Founder, Twitter & Jelly, Inc.
  Keith Rabois
Partner, Khosla Ventures
  Bill Gajda
Global Head Strat. Partnerships, VISA
Christy Wyatt
CEO, Good Technology
  Rich Wong
Partner, Accel
  Sri Viswanath
SVP, Engineering & Ops, Groupon
Ina Fried
Senior Editor, Re/code
  Chris Yeh
SVP, Platform & Product, Box
  Mike Kail
VP, IT Operations, Netflix
Steve Wadsworth
CEO, Tapjoy
  Rob Weber
Co-Founder, NativeX
  Andrew Sheppard
President, Kabam Game Studio
Apply To Participate

Program Themes

Top mobile visionaries — from major carriers, brands, development shops, investment firms, and the hottest startups — will gather in series of intimate working groups and collectively debate how to accelerate adoption, engagement, and monetization via the six biggest growth opportunities in mobile today:

  • Predictive Apps
  • Advances in mobile ad tech
  • Mobile analytics tools
  • Design and life-cycle management
  • Mobile-driven retail markets
  • Wearables

In addition to the working groups, we’ll keep the conversations going with high-level discussions and presentations, hosted meals, wine tastings, late-night parties, and networking sessions.

The first 50 tickets at the lowest rate of $1,495 are nearly gone, at which time the price will go up to $1795 and then to $2095 after the next 50. Apply to participate here. We’re looking forward to a great event!

– The VentureBeat Team

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