ATLANTA -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Mobile technology’s key thought leaders will convene on Oct. 1 at Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta for the inaugural Mobility LIVE! event, a one-day mobile experience for leading-edge mobile technology developers, startups and decision makers.
Headlining Mobility LIVE! will be AT&T Mobility President and CEO Ralph de la Vega; AirWatch Chairman Alan Dabbiere; and Tom Daly, Director of Mobile, Global Interactive Market for The Coca-Cola Co., among other industry luminaries.
“The Mobility LIVE! event brings together the brightest components of one of the most robust mobility ecosystems in the world right now – and that ecosystem is right here in Atlanta,” said Ralph de la Vega, president and CEO, AT&T Mobility. “We are very pleased to headline this event. In addition to the biggest thought leaders, this event will be a showcase for leading-edge mobile technology capabilities ranging from connected devices to engaging customer loyalty. AT&T is also looking forward to showcasing our Digital Life and Connected Car technologies at this exciting first-time event.”
Designed to guide attendees through a mobile experience, the conference offers more than a dozen industry sessions that will cover mobility’s hottest sectors. Panelists will discuss the latest developments in big data, emerging technology, media, entertainment, e-commerce and mobile marketing.
The event will feature an interactive digital playground where companies will showcase the latest mobility products, allowing participants to explore the future of transformational mobile technology. Attendees also will catch a glimpse of AT&T’s Digital Life and “connected car” products.
To register, visit www.mobilitylive.org.
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About Mobility LIVE!
Atlanta is fast becoming a global leader in mobile technology and is home to some of the biggest corporate names in technology, including The Coca-Cola Co., The Weather Channel, CNN, Delta Air Lines and UPS.
The region’s 150+ mobile startups, robust university system, incubators and new AT&T Foundry location fuel innovation and showcase where the wireless industry is headed.
In 2013 the Metro Atlanta Chamber formally launched a new Mobility Initiative and task force backed by some of the industry’s biggest leaders. This conference celebrates the inaugural efforts of this group and the culture of innovation that is turning Atlanta into a global hub for mobile technology.