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Berlin, Germany, 2010/04/14 - Nick Heller (Google), Beverly Jackson (Grammy Awards), Richard Titus (AND) and Jonathan MacDonald (JME.net) join 30 speakers for the MLOVE ConFestival - MLOVE.com.
MLOVE has a new date for the ConFestival and is proud to announce new Keynote speakers: Beverly W. Jackson, Senior Marketing Manager of the GRAMMY Awards and Nick E. Heller, in charge of Business Development for Google’s European future incubation labs. They will be joined by Richard D. Titus, CEO of Associated Northcliffe Digital (AND, part of the Daily Mail) – UK's leading digital publisher of premium- content consumer websites. Media Strategist Jonathan MacDonald of JME.net will lead an “Open Space” innovation format. Altogether, MLOVE invited 30+ global mobile thought leaders from the likes of BMW, Flirtomatic, 1Goal and AutoDesk.
From the evening of June 23rd to June 25th, 2010, the global mobile community will join together to experience a new event format called the MLOVE ConFestival.
Set in an ancient castle south of Berlin, about 200 decision makers and futurists with a mobile background will create their vision of the future of mobile. Participants and speakers from within and from outside the mobile industry will come from as far as Japan and Silicon Valley, reflecting the recognition that mobile has become ubiquitous around the world. It is time for the mobile industry to interact with thought leaders from all disciplines and interests to learn from each other about how best to utilize mobile to enhance our lives and businesses.
“The MLOVE ConFestival is designed to encourage networking and provides the participants with the opportunity to really get to know each other in an informal atmosphere. Our goal is to strengthen relationships between the mobile elite and thought leaders from other industries and disciplines,” stated ConFestival Director Peter Giblin.
“This event is mandatory for anybody who wants to keep up with the rapid development of the mobile industry” said Stefanie Hoffman, CEO of mobile social company Aka-Aki, Berlin.
“It’s unbelievable what has happened since we started the MLOVE movement just over a year ago. This event will foster ideas and inspiration to work on a shared vision of the future of mobile. Explicitly not from a technical but from a social and human point of view,” added MLOVE founder Harald Neidhardt.
The MLOVE ConFestival is open for registration via the official Website at mlove.com/.