Hi Mum! Said Dad hosts at the Hoxton Hotel

17th June 2015 at the Hoxton Hotel

Who doesn’t have the latest smartphone? We use them for pretty much everything… shopping, content, working and best of all social media. This little technology has already created a huge shift in consumer behaviour, with mobile now being the first port of call for our daily activities.

With over 5.2bn global mobile phone users, and the number of internet-connected devices predicted to reach 75bn by 2020, there’s no escaping the impact mobile technology is having on all aspects of our lives, often in new and interesting ways. Clearly it’s an exciting time to be in the mobile technology and marketing industries, but what does ‘mobile’ mean to some of the largest global brands and how is their future being transformed by it? Join Hi Mum! Said Dad and guests as they explore how mobile technology is helping transform their business and their lives.

Speakers include:

Sean Ferguson from Molson Coors

Alastair Cotterill from Instagram

Jag Sharma from Mondelez International

Jacqui Hill from Comic Relief

Craig Wills from Hi Mum! Said Dad

The event will be held at the Hoxton Hotel (Shoreditch, 81 Great Eastern Street), starting at 19:00 on Wednesday the 17th of June. All you have to do is book your free ticket here.

We’re also running a pre-event survey that aims to understand how your business views the role of mobile. The survey shouldn’t take any more than five minutes and every person that completes the survey has the chance of winning an Apple watch! You can find the survey here.

For more details see Hoxton’s events and come on down to see how mobile can help you and your business.

Have any questions? Feel free to drop us a line at contact@himumsaiddad.com, we’d love to hear from you!

Read more on mobile marketing and statistics here:

Internet Trends 2015 — Code Conference (Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers)

Morgan Stanley: 75 Billion Devices Will Be Connected To The Internet Of Things By 2020 (Business Insider)

How Big The Internet of Things Could Become (ReadWrite)

Originally published at www.himumsaiddad.com.