Mobile entrepreneurs and developers should think about heading to the Mobile 2.0 Conference in San Francisco on November 3. Mobile 2.0 is designed to bring together experts, leaders and entrepreneurs from all aspects of new mobile technology. It is a great opportunity for networking with startups and investors, connecting with carriers and manufactures, and developing relationships with mobile app developers and web technologists.
The event runs from 8:30am – 6:00pm at the Grand Hyatt in San Francisco. The conference focuses on new mobile apps and services, the future of the mobile web, and disruptive mobile innovation.
Speakers include Tatsuki Tomita, SVP of Opera Software; Omar Hamoui, CEO of AdMob; John Faith, GM & VP Mobile at MySpace; Henri Moissinac, Director of Facebook Mobile; Maurice Thompson, Director of Open Development at Verizon Wireless; Jay Sullivan, VP Mobile at Mozilla; Sumit Agarwal, Mobile Product Management Lead at Google, North America; and a heap more. Presenting start-ups include Zipipop, Nimbuzz, Rummble, Seesmic, Dial2Do, Wubud, and aki-aki.