His summation? “Mobile is Eating the World”. Without question, the accession of mobile to sit atop the throne of all personal and corporate communications has taken place – it’s just spiking everywhere and at greater pace. As if by reflection, the interest levels from all aspects of our global economy are sharpening, with ‘all comers’ seriously investigating what mobile can do for them; mostly through conferences, exhibitions and even ‘fireside’ chats with be-suited investors. In this regard, InternetQ’s presence is in high demand and our expertise is therefore being shared equitably across the globe.
First and foremost, opening today is the East Coast version of ad:tech (New York, Nov 6-7). After a very successful run out in San Francisco the Minimob team will be demonstrating the extremely timely use of the Smart Advertising platform to developers, publishers and advertisers alike. Given the rapid acceleration of adoption of the platform and it’s faster-than-expected commercialisation, it’ll be an interesting marketplace, so close to Madison Avenue and all the traditional advertising money can buy.
Next up and also in NYC, an Investor’s gathering of a significant scale with speakers representing the very pinnacle of the TMIT industry sector, including CBS, Etsy, Priceline, Yahoo! and of course, InternetQ PLC. We’ll be having a fireside chat (live streamed over the web) with conference organiser RBC and offering some insight into the mobile world that presently thrives outside the USA. A short hop to San Francisco follows this appearance, with InternetQ joining the mobile industry elite at the exclusive MEF Global Forum, the first ever held in Silicon Valley. Another range of top notch speakers are on the card and looking to outline the industry’s future scape with a mix of innovation and education.
If industry watchers are still hungry, then an exotic trip to Bangkok Thailand awaits with the impressively located ITU telecom World at the IMPACT Arena. It should certainly have a sizeable impact with up to 1,000 telecommunications delegates attending - and also there being a special forum for telecoms’ developers taking place to highlight the proximity of the App Economy to Mobile Operator’s futures.
To round off the selection of delights, InternetQ will make its way to London and the Canaccord Investors event to be held on November 20th, a whistle-stop tour of some of the world’s telecommunications hot-spots and meetings with ‘movers and shakers’ in the business who are trying to work out just how much of the World is being eaten by all things Mobile. Should be quite a feast!