• Group: Kansas City IT Professionals
  • Subject: Will you be at Mobile Midwest? :) (Register today: save $100)
  • Hey - hope you're having an awesome Thursday!

    Are you reading this on your smartphone? Most likely, yes: we spend nearly 40% of our internet time on mobile alone. 34% of us utilize the mobile web as our *primary* internet device!

    Does your company have a strategy as the explosive growth of mobile continues? Are you looking for new ideas & approaches from Silicon Valley industry leaders?

    Mobile Midwest is rapidly approaching (April 23rd @ The Midland) & we couldn't be MORE excited! Here are 3 simple reasons why you need to be there >>

    You’ll hear one of a kind insights from industry innovators recognized by Time, Forbes & Inc with experience solving all kinds of problems in mobile (Artificial Intelligence, Security, Payments, Content, Education & more).

    How did THEY build their mobile ideas? What lessons did they learn along the way? Where do they see mobile going in the future?

    Hearing about their challenges & perspectives can spur new ideas and approaches to solving problems for your own company (as well as moving your career forward)!

    Don't miss your chance to hear from 7 amazing Silicon Valley speakers (including the co-founder of Reddit/Hipmunk) & meet the most motivated & talented tech folks in the region!!

    Save $100 by registering NOW, our sale on regular priced tickets will end in a few days!
    http://kcitp.me/1oQbTHz << there's info on how to get your boss to pay for your ticket.

    Have a great week!

    Mike Gelphman
    Founder/President, KCITP
    Learn mobile development in 12 weeks:

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