With the announcement of its first three keynote speakers, MobCon U.S. has achieved the balance of diversity and content so many tech industry events struggle to find — programming that spans the hottest topics in mobile and digital development with women represented center stage. The first three MobCon keynotes announced are:
The leaders in digital business and strategy hail from top names in retail, wearable fitness and streaming music. Announcing the first three of the 2015 keynote presenters:
+ Heather Kennedy, Director of Customer Success, Corporate Wellness, Fitbit
+ Susan Panico, VP of Sales Marketing, Pandora
+ Melissa Pint, Director of Technology Services, Target
Starting the conversations that matter
MobCon U.S. is more than a forum for top minds to share strategy, deconstruct trends and explore the potential for new technology. It’s as much about empowering industry leaders to collaborate driving successful mobile and digital implementation in the next five and ten years.
“Giving more women the microphone is pivotal to welcoming the diversity of thought leadership MobCon U.S. was created to inspire,” says MobCon Executive Director Tom Clemens.
Writer Amy Vernon has also been selected to emcee the event. Vernon currently serves as a New York University adjunct instructor and is known for co-founding Predictable.ly, a data solution that predicts content that drives traffic. Last year, Venon was selected by AGBeat as a top influencer and was the inaugural inductee into the NJ Social Media Hall of Fame.
This year’s session and break-out speakers hail from Fortune 500 companies to some of the country’s most innovative tech brands including HubSpot, Salesforce, Pinterest, PayPal, IBM and Trello.
Excited for November 17-18? You should be. Register to save $100 on early bird pricing before September 30 at: http://mobcon.com/us/.
This article was updated August 6, 2015.