The Mobile Dev Memo Summit: NYC in May 2016

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About the Event

The Mobile Dev Memo summit aims to be the most relevant, information-dense conference in the mobile industry: a full day of panels and keynote presentations from the industry’s brightest minds, covering the current topics that mobile marketers are most concerned about. The event will be held for approximately 400 people.

The Mobile Dev Memo summit will not feature any vendors on stage. No one will be given a microphone and allowed to talk their book. Panel moderators will be expected to ask tough questions, and keynote presenters will be expected to provide value. The content at the Mobile Dev Memo summit will be held to a higher standard than any other event in the mobile space.

The Mobile Dev Memo summit is tentatively scheduled for May 2016 in New York City (date to be confirmed once a venue has been booked). The summit will last for an entire day and be followed by an official after party.

About the Attendees

The Mobile Dev Memo summit will be a free event, but attendees will be vetted based on their experience in mobile marketing. That is, attendees will have to apply for tickets, but anyone granted a ticket will not have to pay for it. This will ensure that the event is a target-rich environment for networking with senior mobile marketers.

That said, a limited number (approximately 10%) of tickets will be made available for vendors to purchase.

Sponsorship Opportunities

17 sponsorship opportunities are available for the event, across four tiers:

Official After-party Sponsor (4 opportunities, $10,000 each)

Friends of Mobile Dev Memo (4 opportunities, $10,000 each)

Gods of Mobile (6 opportunities,  $7,500 each)

Keynote Presentation Sponsor (1 opportunity, $20,000)

Speaker Dinner Sponsor (2 opportunities, $7,500 each)

Previous Mobile Dev Memo Events

This is what attendees of past events organized by Mobile Dev Memo (such as the LTV > CPI series in Berlin and the F2P Rocks event in Tallinn) have said about them:

Johannes Heinze, MD EMEA at AppLovin

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“Applovin sponsored a happy hour that Eric helped organize at Slush 2015 in Helsinki. The event went well and had a good mix of individuals in the industry — mobile developers, marketers, analysts, etc. The atmosphere was both casual and professional. We look forward to doing more with Eric in the future.”

Brad Richards, Senior Product Manager at Brandnew IO

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“The happy hour that Eric organized in Berlin for the Mobile Growth Summit was excellent: a great crowd of people, good food, and an atmosphere that helped facilitate meeting new people. I had a great time at the happy hour and I ended up leaving with a ton of new contacts.”

Nebo Radovic, Marketing at Nordeus (Top Eleven Football)

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“Eric’s Mobile Dev Memo events are always top notch, interesting and free of vendor sales pitches. His recent happy hour in Berlin was a great example of that: well-organized, packed with all relevant user acquisition professionals who could exchange their experiences with fellow industry members in a pleasant vendor free environment.”

About the Organizers

 

About the Mobile Dev Memo

The Mobile Dev Memo newsletter is sent out each week to an engaged audience of 2,000 people from across the mobile industry. The recipient list is capped at 2,000 people and curated weekly, with inactive emails removed. This results in incredibly high engagement metrics (ca. 50% open rate compared to 24.11% industry average):

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The Mobile Dev Memo website receives between 50 and 60 thousand page views per month:

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Mobile Dev Memo’s traffic is predominantly from Western countries:

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More information

If you’d like more information regarding the sponsorship opportunities, please don’t hesitate to email Eric Seufert.