Mobile World Congress Americas: Will You Be There?

If you’ve had the chance to go to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, you know how epic it can be. (See our blog post recapping highlights here.)

However, if you haven’t quite been able to convince your boss to approve a work trip to Spain, you’re in luck: Mobile World Congress is coming to America (cue Neil Diamond).

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Mobile World Congress Americas (MWCA) will be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco September 12-14, and Urban Airship will be there. Drop by our booth (at Hall South Stand S.227) anytime to talk to our experts about anything and everything mobile (and of course pick up some super cool swag).

We’re also thrilled to be sponsoring the cocktail hour for our partner Bottle Rocket’s full-day program on Wednesday, September 13: Product Owner’s Guide to the Universe.  It will be chock full of practical strategies from top mobile experts on managing mobile apps, including strategies for introducing features and functions that create value for app users and brands alike. Watch the MWCA site, and follow Bottle Rocket on Twitter for more details on the agenda and guest speakers as they’re finalized.

Set an appointment for a free 30-minute consultation with our strategy team — before, during or after the show!

Other featured areas at MWCA will include:

  • NEXTech will be at MWCA with some of the crowd pleasers from Barcelona, giving you a look at the technologies that will be shaping our day to day experience in the years to come. (Our team loved the VR/AR Zone in Barcelona.)

  • 4YFN gives startups the chance to shine and connect with investors — and attendees the chance see cutting edge technologies from tech entrepreneurs.

  • GSMA Innovation City showcases interactive exhibits that will make you think big thoughts about what mobile can really do.

  • Women4Tech was launched at MWC Barcelona as a way to help address the gender gap in the mobile industry. This series of conversations will include speakers from Google, LinkedIn, 500 Startups, AngelHack and more.

Want to learn even more? Head over to the MWCA website and subscribe to their email updates, or follow them on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn. And get registered today to attend — imagine the bragging rights for years to come: you’ll be able to say you were at the very first Mobile World Congress Americas! We hope to meet with you there.