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ASOS, Unilever, Deliveroo, Shazam confirm to speak at Apps World Mobile Marketing Conference

Save £300 by registering before 31st July. Apps World 19-20 October, Excel London
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Apps World 19 - 20 October 2016 ExCel, London | Buy Tickets
Welcome to the Apps World Mobile Marketing Conference

Apps World is the only event to focus on apps from conception, investment and startup through to development and marketing.

This year at the Apps World mobile marketing conference we have already secured over 40 speakers from leading brands including ASOS, Marks & Spencer, Unilever, Deliveroo, Tesco, Pinterest, John Lewis, Shazam, Unruly as well as offering you more structured networking to help you meet as many of the right people as possible.

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Latest Speakers - Mobile Marketing Conference
Dr Brian May Dr Brian May
Landis Smithers VP Marketing, Grindr Landis Smithers
VP
Marketing, Grindr
Bob Strudwick CTO ASOS.com Bob Strudwick
CTO
ASOS.com
Luis di Como SVP Global Media, Unilever Luis di Como
SVP
Global Media, Unilever
Dan Warne MD UK and Eire, Deliveroo Dan Warne
MD
UK and Eire, Deliveroo
Marne Levine COO Instagram Marne Levine
COO
Instagram
Speakers
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We know networking is really important to you so to make sure you get to meet as many people as possible, we’ve created structured networking throughout the event.
Meet the speakers drinks reception Meet the speakers drinks reception
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CMO Hosted Lunch Tables CMO Hosted Lunch Tables
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