Richard Marler has for the past 15 years run a successful software development company. During that time the company’s software shipped on many hundreds of millions of mobile devices. Richard finally exited the company via an IPR sale to its largest licensee – Nokia. With his new found freedom, Richard is now working with a number of start-ups, both as a consultant and / or angel investor. He has a strong eye for assessing the commercial viability of new technology offerings. Richard lives and works nr London, UK.
Agenda and speakers subject to change without notice up to the date of the event
Registration, Coffee & Networking
App Economy trends: developer sentiments, forecasts and motivations
The evolution of enterprise mobility - Mobile, First
Panel Discussion #1
Workshop #1 - The latest innovations around Windows Phone
Workshop #2 - IP: Beyond Patents
Workshop #3 - Enterprises go Mobile
Workshop #4 - Monetising Mobile Services
Lunch & Networking
Workshop #5 - Lessons from the epicentre of the mobile industry
Workshop #6 - Successfully working with nearshoring teams - do's & dont's
Workshop #7 - Business model disruption: decoding the masterminds of Google and Amazon
Workshop #8 - Mobile Apps – our daily companions but what about security?
An entrepreneurs journey to empower blind women through mobile phones
The digital living room
Investors on Stage
What do customers want from the mobile web?
Panel Discussion #2
Apéro & Networking