From the Wires
Bupa, Zeo and Fjord Explore the Next Mobile Frontier at the Open Mobile Summit
By: Business Wire
Apr. 30, 2012 03:45 AM
Wearables have enormous potential for use in health and fitness, navigation, social networking, commerce and media. They have the capability to be even closer and more personal than the smartphone – lending brands the ability to form even more intimate relationships with consumers...
When will connected wearables move from geeky gadget to mainstream must have? Will the rise of wearables heighten the platform wars? What else is getting connected and why?
Hear the CEOs of hot connected wearables companies Zeo and Withings debate these questions alongside Bupa, Bonnier and Fjord, and all the major European mobile operators including Deutsche Telekom, Orange and Vodafone at The Open Mobile Summit, May 29-30, London.
“Connected wearables is proving to be one of the hottest trends in mobile in 2012” said Executive Producer Robin Batt, “And the market for wearable devices is set to explode over the next few years with what has long been the preserve of specialist vendors now becoming mainstream. Strap on your LCD goggles...the rise of the connected wearable is upon us…”
Now in its fourth year The Open Mobile Summit is widely recognised as the thought leading event for CEOs and senior strategists in the converging mobile, Internet and media space.
The Open Mobile Summit is taking place 29-30 May at the Victoria Park Plaza hotel in London. For more information, and to register to attend, please visit:
About Open Mobile Media Ltd
The Open Mobile Summit is produced by Open Mobile Media Ltd, an independent group founded in 2008 by communications industry consultant Robin Batt. The company produces The Open Mobile Summit in London and San Francisco, as well as Appcelerate in San Francisco.
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