The ongoing mobile revolution represents a unique opportunity for organizations looking to stay engaged with their customers, tech leaders especially understand that the emergence of mobile has transformed customer expectations for communication, product delivery, and customer service. To accommodate these tastes, mobile experiences must be created that integrate with already-existing architectures on all available operating system platforms.
According to research firm Forrester, global smartphone adoption is expected to reach 85% by 2020, as mobile devices become more widely available. Much of this adoption is driven by the popularity of mobile applications, which saw a 58% increase in usage during 2015 according to mobile insights company Flurry. Furthermore, mobile applications are incredibly popular regardless of the user’s age. Media research firm Nielsen estimates that users spend between 36 and 40 hours per month on their smartphone applications. This Year’s Apps World North America will be bringing together some of the leading digital leaders to share insight and educate attendees on staying ahead of the wave. Featured session include-
May 11th Mobile Marketing and Strategy
Case Study: The Power of creativity and mobile video
- It’s not all about the number of views – it’s about the viewer.
- How to create compelling and highly effective experiences.
- How to take a screen-agnostic’ approach to creativity
Kayla Green, Digital Strategy Director, Saatchi & Saatchi
Jeanice Lee, Director, Digital Engagement & Retail Transformation, Toyota Motor Sales, USA
May 12th Mobile Marketing and Strategy
Sacramento Kings: Redefining Fan Engagement
Get an inside look at the dynamic content strategy of a team that has been at the forefront of digital innovation for nearly a decade.
Andrew Nicholson, Senior Director, Digital, Sacramento Kings
Afternoon Keynote : How The New York Times is Capitalizing on Shift to Mobile
- How The New York Times is Capitalizing on Shift to Mobile
- A historical look at The Times on mobile web and apps
- The importance of mobile to the future of The Times
- How The Times has optimized our marketing to acquire new subscribers
- Tips on what companies should do to follow in The Times’s footsteps
Scott Stanchak, Managing Director, Mobile Marketing Strategy, Beta & Emerging Platforms, The New York Times