Roundtable/speaker opportunities for Connected Creativity at MIPTV

I’ve been working with the team at the upcoming Connected Creativity event helping to suggest companies and individuals to feature on the conference programme.

Instead of keeping it insular, I wanted to open up the opportunity to participate for all readers.

If you work in mobile entertainment and you’d like to connect with an array of senior entertainment executives, read on.

The team are busy finalising the keynote agenda and panel participants.

There are opportunities for:

* moderators
* hosts
* roundtable participants

If you’re really quick, they *might* be able to squeeze in a keynote or a technical demo too.

They’ve got roundtable discussions scheduled to feature some of the fastest growing mobile markets (Turkey, Brazil, China, India, Russia, Middle East and South Africa) and some of the developed ‘Smartphone’ countries (Germany, Scandinavia, France, UK, US, Korea, Japan & Australia).

Each discussion will be hosted by a moderator/host and two market experts from each country. These roundtables will give the opportunity for Connected Creativity participants to meet with experts involved in content-related services from mobile operators or mobile content companies from those countries. As an interactive/matchmaking format, its intent is to stimulate networking between the participants and leading mobile players from each territory.

So: Are you a senior level business development (or similar) executive involved in mobile content/mobile services? Would you like to be involved? Drop me a note and I’ll forward your email to the event organisers directly and ask them to talk to you about the possibilities.

As always I’m

By Ewan

Ewan is Founder and Editor of Mobile Industry Review. He writes about a wide variety of industry issues and is usually active on Twitter most days. You can read more about him or reach him with these details.

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