As we inch closer to MobileSparks 2016, let us dig deeper into what the coming year will hold for the world of apps. From learning about content marketing to checking out new products, there's a lot you can expect from MobileSparks this year. Here are some more experts who will be sharing their knowledge with us:
Navin Madhavan has experience in business development, sales, strategy, marketing, operations, finance, and relationship management. Prior to InMobi, Navin worked at JP Morgan Chase.
With strong experience in UX and design, Jay Dutta describes himself as a design nomad on his LinkedIn profile. He is known for leading and growing the UX practice at Adobe India. An NID alumnus, Jay has been a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, London and is on the board of advisors for NASSCOM’s UX Centre of Excellence. AsiaOceania regional Coordinator for IxDA, he is also a mentor for D.Labs at Indian School of Business.
Founder and CEO of Helpchat, Ankur Singla is a National Law School graduate who went on to work as a legal advisor at Linklaters LLP, one of London's most reputed law firms. He quit to start Akosha, and also started a platform, Wasiyat, for legal documents and wills. Akosha today is known as Helpchat.
The CEO of App Trainer will be launching the product on the stage of MobileSparks. Look out for it!
A celebrated content marketing and award-winning viral video marketer, Aashish has been on the stage of events at DMAI, CXO Roundtable, IIT Bombay, InteCrnet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI), ClickAsia, Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Wordup Bloggers event, Ashoka University, Bridge Business School, and Digital Marketing Summit — Asia, and his 2016 lineup has included Webit.India, DMAI, World Marketing Congress, and ICFAI Business School.
India's biggest mobile-focussed startup summit, MobileSparks 2016 is happening on November 18, 2016 (Friday) in New Delhi. About 600+ startup founders, hundreds of developers and a dozen VCs have already registered to attend the event.