New Release: MLOVE ConFestival Insights
Mobile pioneers and thought leaders were sharing insights at MLOVE ConFestival Europe 2012 about the change that Mobile is bringing to the world.
A free report of the latest edition of the European MLOVE ConFestival is released today and available to download here.
It features summaries of the workshop formats, speaker talks and all visual recordings and plenty of amazing photos of the event in a magical castle South of Berlin.
Speakers include: Jessi Baker (TBWA), Jonathan MacDonald (this fluid world), Ben Jones (AKQA), Louisa Heinrich (Fjord), Yuri van Geest (Singularity University), Mara Belestrini (Ideas for Change) and many more.
Themes include: Mobile Communications, Connected Cars, Africa, Music and New TV to name a few. If you haven’t attended one of the MLOVE ConFestivals in Monterey or Berlin yet, this is the best chance to get a glimpse of what the experience is like and why you don’t want to miss the next MLOVE ConFestival in Kamakura Japan, November 14-16 (www.mlove.com/japan2012).
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