The Mobile Brand Masterclass will show senior management and technical leads from brands how they can deploy the latest mobile marketing tools and techniques to generate new business and retain loyal customers across all customer touchpoints. Core themes range from transactional mobile apps and tablet strategies to mobile sites, mobile CRM and mobile advertising.
At the free to attend, half-day event, delegates will hear from mobile experts during a brief initial presentation, before moving to a more in-depth consultation during the round-table discussions. In addition, a leading brand will give a keynote about its mobile journey.
Director of CommunicationsMuseum of London
He oversaw the You are Here PR campaign for the launch of the museum’s £21m Galleries of Modern London. This campaign included the development of ‘Streetmuseum’, the Museum of London’s first ever Smartphone app. This app has now been downloaded 350,000 times. It set the benchmark for the use of augmented reality by UK culture and heritage bodies. The Museum of London recently launched its fourth app – a graphic novel called Dickens’ Dark London. Previously, Robbins worked in international development. He spent two years at the UK government’s Department of International Development and six years at aid agency CARE International. This work took him across Latin America, Asia, the Balkans and sub-Saharan Africa. Robbins was born in London – the city he still calls home.
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The roundtables are an opportunity to get in-depth consultations from each of the expert speakers, asking the questions that matter to your company.