|February 17, 2016|
Mobile Convention London Returns To Church House
|CM Telecom is bringing Mobile Convention London back to Church House, with the event expected to attract an even bigger audience.|
The one-day event will be held on March 10 and focusses on mobile engagement strategies. It was held in London for the first time last year following on from the success of previous Mobile Conventions held in Amsterdam and Brussels. It attracted world-renowned brands including Google, Blippar, Unilever and MobileGroove with even more organisations and attendees expected to support the second edition of the event.
Mobile Convention London offers broad insights into the future of mobile landscapes and showcases the business possibilities of new technologies and application, with Church House providing the backdrop for interactive presentations and panel discussions with international speakers, networking and a high tech playground.
Hodny Benazzi, General Manager of CM and founder of Mobile Convention London, comments: "Since Mobile Convention was first held in 2010 it has grown substantially. Our first Mobile Convention London at Church House was a huge success and we anticipate it will be even bigger this year, featuring an exclusive conference program with mobile visionaries and best practice cases combined with the invaluable opportunity to participate and network.
Robin Parker, General Manager of Church House, comments: "We are delighted to be welcoming back Mobile Convention London to Church House. It was one of the most fascinating events to be hosted at Church House last year and we have no doubt that it will even bigger this year. As we have seen ourselves, events are becoming more interactive with mobile technology playing an ever increasing role in delegate engagement. As a venue which prides itself on offering clients the latest technology, hosting an event such as Mobile Convention London is a great way to see future technology in practice. As we look to increase our own investment in new technology later this year I'm sure we will see some of the technology on display integrated into events held at Church House in the very near future."