About us

Heroes of the Mobile Screen logoHeroes of the Mobile Screen is the premier event for 450 of the mobile industry’s top thought-leaders, innovators, investors, marketers, stakeholders and media/analysts. A one-day conference run by the same team that brings you Mobile Monday London, Swedish Beers, Over The Air, Mobile 2.0 and Tech Media Invest events taking an in-depth look at what’s really going on in the world of mobile. Who are our heroes and villains, which sectors are making the most of mobile and how, what’s coming next and who is the mobile consumer and what do they want?

We hope to answer some of these questions and more in a lively atmosphere with the movers and shakers from the mobile, media and marketing sectors globally. We will be bringing you international speakers, panelists and participants from big brands, media giants and the mobile industry and will give them a place to discuss, debate and thrash out the issues affecting us running or wanting to run mobile initiatives.

Follow our progress on twitter @hotms and on facebook too.

Team

Helen Keegan, http://technokitten.comHelen Keegan –co-organiser at Mobile Monday London, founder of Swedish Beers, founder member of the Women in Mobile Data Association, aka technokitten, Helen blogs at Musings of a Mobile Marketer, and is a speaker and analyst on all things mobile.

Follow Helen on twitter: @technokitten

Isabel Fox, IF CommunicationsIsabel Fox –a specialist in financial and corporate communications, founder of IF Communications – specialist in PR for mobile companies, and the brains behind events like Tech Media Invest and arguably one of the best PRs in the world. IF Communications.

Follow Isabel on twitter: @izzyfox

carlo longino of mobhappyCarlo Longino–a mobile technology expert, journalist and industry veteran, former Executive Editor at TheFeature.com and analyst at Techdirt, a marcomms professional and regular writer & analyst on all things mobile. Mob Happy

Follow Carlo on twitter: @Caaarlo

dominic traversDominic Travers –an experienced event producer and former producer of Carsonified’s Future of Mobile conference, a mobile technology enthusiast, passionate about user experience on mobile and digital. Not a regular blogger, and following him on twitter is definitely for the dauntless.

Follow Dominic on twitter: @DominicTravers

momoloMobile Monday London Founded in November 2005, MobileMondayLondon is a community of around 3,500 individuals, primarily in London, with a common interest in mobile communications in general and mobile data in particular. The team organises free monthly knowledge and networking events in London covering all aspects of the mobile industry from spectrum issues to mobile entertainment and has a large cross over into media, marketing and web 2.0. The organisation also benefits from an active email group, a lively blog and an events website. The Mobile Monday London team is Jo Rabin, Daniel Appelquist, Alex Craxton and Helen Keegan – all industry veterans from different areas of the mobile industry. They also get involved in running larger events and competitions such as Over The Air, Mobile 2.0 and the Vodafone Mobile Clicks competition as well as advising and supporting other conferences and events of interest to the community. Mobile Monday London is part of a grass roots network of Mobile Monday chapters globally, including Mobile Monday New York, Boston, Silicon Valley, Amsterdam, Madrid, Barcelona and Belfast with whom there are good working relations. The organisation is uniquely well connected and respected within the global mobile community.

Blog: http://mobilemonday.org.uk

Events: http://momolo.org

Follow on twitter @momolondon

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