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GSMI announces Mobile+Web DevCon is coming back to San Francisco in January 2013

Global Strategic Management Institute (GSMi) (Global Strategic Management Institute (GSMi)) - 10 September 2012

GSMI announces Mobile+Web DevCon is coming back to San Francisco in January 2013

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Tickets are now on sale for GSMI’s second installment of Mobile+Web DevCon in San Francisco, featuring four pre-conference labs and three dedicated tracks for Android, iOS, and Mobile Web & Web Development.

GSMi Mobile and Web Devcon bannerThe Global Strategic Management Institute (GSMI) is excited to announce that the Mobile+Web DevCon is coming back to San Francisco! The conference will be hosted at the Hilton San Francisco Financial District, January 29-31, 2013. More details on the venue can be found here.

Mobile+Web DevCon’s had its first successful run in San Francisco in July 2012. With close to 75 attendees, speakers and partnering organizations, Mobile+Web DevCon’s diverse crowd provided a great opportunity to connect with various new contacts across industries. 

“The conference was very well put together and had some very unique and interesting sessions,” said Raymond Camden of Adobe. “I enjoyed the different perspective.”

The upcoming three day comprehensive event includes four pre-conference labs, which give attendees the opportunity to participate in real hands-on training and work closely with colleagues, other developers and workshop facilitators.  The event also features three dedicated tracks for Android, iOS, and Mobile Web & Web Development.  Attendees will learn from a mix of technical and non-technical talks about the most important aspects of development and how to take the next steps towards a successful development career. Those interested in reading testimonials from previous attendees and speakers can visit the Mobile+Web DevCon website.

Mobile+Web DevCon is dedicated to bringing you the most knowledgeable speakers, the latest research and inspiration for your development career. Past presentations include speakers from leading organizations such as Salesforce.com, HTC, Adobe, Disney Mobile, Qualcomm Labs and many others.

Mobile+Web DevCon allows attendees to:

  • Learn from leading and knowledgeable innovators, developers and designers in the industry
  • Learn about topics such as native iOS and Android development, making the transition from web to mobile, cross-platform development, UX, UI and much more
  • Learn about maximizing profits on the app market and successfully navigating app distribution
  • Interact and network with new industry contacts at the Mobile+Web DevCon After Party
  • Leave with the most up-to-date tips and tricks to enhance your business strategy & development career
    Mobile and Web DevCon

    A previous Mobile+Web DevCon

Tickets for the Mobile+Web DevCon in San Francisco are on sale now. Secure a seat before November 16th for a $400 savings on registration. For detailed information about the conference and pre-conference labs, including package details, prices and keynote speakers, please visit http://www.mobilewebdevconference.com.

Updates about speakers, new sessions and early bird registration deadlines are also released on Twitter: #mwdcon

About Global Strategic Management Institute: GSMI is a leader in the industry of executive education, creating conferences, summits, workshops and training sessions that combine rich learning environments with the opportunity to network with today’s most relevant thought- leaders, speakers and practitioners. GSMI’s annual events have reached 70 percent of the Fortune 500 companies in over 30 countries and cover topics that today’s leaders find most challenging and inspiring. For more information about Global Strategic Management Institute and Mobile+Web DevCon, please visit http://www.gsmiweb.com.

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