Do not miss the most crucial music industry gig ever
Mobile Music Industry to be worth
Fed up with kids on the train, listening to music on their mobile phones?
Tough, because music on these 'Talkmans' is only going to get more popular.
Anyalysts predict that the music on mobile phones market will reach £7 billion by 2011. And analysts aren't often wrong are they?
In the last six months alone, independent research has shown that music playback capability in mobile handsets has become virtually ubiquitous. With mobile music revenues expected to top £7bn by 2011, the need to understand what that growth will look like and how to exploit it profitably is absolutely key.
If you want to know more, go to Mobile Music Now! This, ahem, 'unique' event brings industry leaders together to network, hear latest business intelligence keynote presentations and participate in open-forum debate.
An exclusive evening is being held from 5pm to 10.30pm Thursday 12 July, 2007 at the BAFTA Headquarters in London. Tickets cost £245 plus VAT which includes entry to the keynotes, panel debates, networking reception and a 3 course dinner.
The evening's program will cover a variety of topics, from device development and international consumer trend analysis through to pricing & bundling, DRM and advertisement-funding of music services.
Panelists represent device manufacturers, service providers, record labels, rights management experts and industry analysts. Speakers include Vodafone, MusicIP, Muze, Leap Music, Sony Ericsson and m:metrics.
Alongside headline speaker, Nick Booth, editor of Mobbed-online.com you can hear a variety speakers lined up to complement his expertise.
Secondary experts on the panel include:-
Alex Vlassopulos, Senior Manager Business Development Digital, Sony BMG
Dean Morrison, Head of Global Business, Nokia Siemens, and
Richard Wheeler, Head of Music, Orange UK
Dinner is included for all panelists and delegates, plus 2 recently signed acts will perform during the evening.
Places are strictly on a first come first serve basis - and numbers are limited.
For more details, contact Ron Seal at the Flash Mob email@example.com