Meet Mobify at OSCON and Shop.org – July 2012 Events
We've got a busy July planned for events we're attending and we'd love to see you out at the following events. If you see us in our black t-shirts, please say hello.
Open Source Conference in Portland, July 16 to 20
Mobify will be in Portland, Oregon from O'Reilly's Open Source Conference (OSCON 2012), July 16 to 20.
If you’re interested in open source, you should be there too.
With speakers from Facebook, Google, eBay, Twitter and Mozilla, it’s an amazing place to learn from and meet influencers in the open source community.
For 14 years, OSCON has been the place for the open source community to gather.
This year for the first time Mobify’s development team will be making an important announcement about the Mobify Platform.
Want to meet up and talk? Follow us on Twitter @Mobify to find out where we’ll be.
Shop.org Merchandising in San Diego, July 16 to 18
We’ll also be at Shop.org 2012 Online Merchandising Workshop in San Diego, California from July 16 to July 18.
At the Shop.org conference, Mobify's VP of Marketing, James Sherrett will be leading a discussion called
Customer Experience Goes Mobile.
Moderator: James Sherrett, VP Marketing, Mobify
Panelists: Michael Burgess, President, Saks Direct and
Sarah Veit Wallis, VP, Global Ecommerce, Bare Escentuals
With the massive adoption of smartphones and tablets, the world is changing as much as it did when the web first evolved back in the 1990s. Mastering the art of customer experience design for all screens - PC, smartphone and tablet devices may be one of the most challenging feats for digital retailers. Join us as our panel of leading retail executives debate mobile optimized sites and apps, share their mobile optimized website evolution, and dive into specific opportunities to convert the mobile shopper.
If you're at the event, please be sure to say 'hi' and connect with us.
We're looking forward to both events with great anticipation because it gives us a chance to continue empowering developers and marketers to succeed with the Mobify open mobile platform.