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June will see many of those in the online gambling industry converge upon The King’s Fund in the centre of the iGaming universe, London, for the mGaming Summit 2011 (MGS).
Set up to take advantage of the current unprecedented growth being experienced by the mobile gambling sector, the summit will give delegates the chance to meet with those key decision makers and leading providers that populate the mobile gaming industry.
Organized by Telemedia360 and renowned conference organizers iGaming Business (iGB) MGS is a one day long event on 15th June 2011 and will be an intense introduction to this fast growing sector.
After registration and coffee at the ungodly hour of 8:30am, delegates will be treated to an opening keynote speech that will look at how best to navigate the mobile landscape. It will set the scene for the rest of the day where discussions will be split into two distinct tracks.
Track one kicks off with a seminar on “Unlocking Apps Stores and M-web” and focuses primarily on understanding and optimizing format and delivery technology. “Life Beyond Apps Stores” is up next and will be of utmost relevance with many companies choosing not to through the apps store route. The afternoon will see discussion centering around “Mobile Marketing,” “Linking Into Social Networks,” “CRM and Data,” and lastly “Billing and Payment”
At the same time all this is going on, track two will follow a slightly different path. First will be a study of “Products and Services” touching upon what works best in the mobile arena. “Branding Tie-Ups” will be the next subject to be dissected before “Licenses, Regulation and Jurisdictions” makes an interesting end to the morning. The afternoon’s two sessions will look at “M-Gambling at Live Events” and “Crossing the Channels,” which will show delegates the best way to combine online, land-based and mobile.
Registration is open at this link (http://www.mgamingsummit.co.uk/register) and given the current growth being experience everyone in the online gambling industry should jump at the chance to attend.