Presented by EverythingMe

THE FIRST CONFERENCE DEDICATED TO THE NEXT CHAPTER IN MOBILE - CONTEXTUAL MOBILE DEVICES

Terra, San Francisco, February 5th 2014

If you are an executive with skin in the mobile game, make sure to join us for this half-day event in San Francisco. Among other topics to be discussed, come learn what contextual OS's have to offer to Application & Service Developers, Content Publishers, and Device & Peripheral Manufacturers.

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Speakers

  • Keynote: Benedict
    Evans

    Benedict is a freelance mobile analyst. He has worked in strategy and business development for NBC Universal, Channel 4 and Orange, and previously worked as a sell-side equity analyst covering mobile operators.

  • Brendan
    Eich

    Brendan Eich is CTO and SVP of Engineering for Mozilla, and widely recognized for his enduring contributions to the Internet revolution. Among his contributions, Brendan invented JavaScript in 1995 and helped launch the Firefox browser in 2004.

  • Ami
    Ben David

    Ami is the Co-Founder of EverythingMe. A seasoned veteran with experience as a founder, an executive and a VC, Ami is in charge of EverythingMe's marketing and strategy.

  • Semil
    Shah

    Semil Shah is responsible for Product Marketing & Distribution at Swell. He's also a startup investor via Haystack Fund, and a regular columnist at TechCrunch.

  • Robert
    Scoble

    Startup Liaison for Rackspace, travelling the world looking for what's happening on the bleeding edge of technology. His latest book, 'Age of Context' discusses how a new generation of personalized technology will bring us devices that will anticipate our needs.

  • Josh
    Constine

    Josh Constine is a technology journalist at TechCrunch, who specializes in deep analysis of social products.

  • Stefan
    Weitz

    Stefan Weitz is a Senior Director of Search at Microsoft and charged with working with people and organizations across the industry to promote and improve Search technologies.

  • Seth
    Sternberg

    Seth is the Product Management Director for the Google+ Platform. Seth joined Google through its acquisition of Meebo, where he was Co-Founder and CEO.

  • Tim
    Draper

    Timothy C. Draper is the Founder and a Managing Director of Draper Fisher Jurvetson. He recently founded Draper University of Heroes, an immersive boarding school in San Mateo, California for students 18-24 years old, dedicated to encouraging proactive entrepreneurship.

  • Andreas
    Gal

    Andreas is Vice President of Mobile at Mozilla, leading an amazing team of researchers and engineers advancing the Web stack. He also oversees Mozilla's R&D efforts.

  • Charles
    Hudson

    Charles Hudson focuses on mobile and gaming investments at SoftTech VC.

  • Monisha
    Perkash

    Monisha Perkash is CEO & Co-founder at LUMO BodyTech, makers of the Lumo Lift and Lumo Back posture and activity trackers. She and her team are shaking up the wearable tech space with innovative designs to help people look and feel great.

  • Josh
    Elman

    Josh is a partner at Greylock where his areas of focus include social networks and platforms, mobile apps, new media, and marketplaces.

  • Mike
    Abbott

    Mike focuses on the social, mobile and cloud computing sectors at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.

  • Christina
    Farr

    Christina is a staff writer at VentureBeat specializing in health care and education technology. She also regularly contributes to the Wonder Women section of the Telegraph and Women 2.0.

  • Roi
    Carthy

    Roi is Head of Special Projects at EverythingMe, as well as Managing Partner at <initial:capital>.

  • Dave
    Smiddy

    Dave is VP of Products at Alohar Mobile. He is focused on building context aware mobile services for consumers.

  • Andy
    Hickl

    Andy is the CEO and President of A.R.O Inc., a contextual intelligence company, where he focuses on building the next generation of smarter apps and phones.

  • Bubba
    Murarka

    Bubba leads early stage investments in consumer internet and mobile technology companies for DFJ VC.

  • Hans
    Tung

    Hans is a Managing Director focusing on Internet, mobile, and gaming industry in GGV Capital. With a strong focus on Asia in general and China in particular, Hans has 18 years of experience in VCs and startups such as Xiaomi, Domob Mobile, and Forgame.

  • Andy
    Grignon

    Andy Grignon is co-founder and CEO of Quake Labs. He has made a career of creating and shipping highly visible consumer products. Andy was part of the team that created the iPhone and co-invented webOS.

  • Gilad
    Novick

    Gilad is the CTO at Horizons Ventures, with over 20 years of international experience in the technology, telecommunication and Internet worlds.

  • Peter
    Berger

    Peter is CEO & Founder of People+, an intelligent, curated directory of professionals and companies. Former Director of Strategic Development at Tagged, CEO of Topicmarks, sold to Tagged in 2011.

  • G.D "Ram"
    Ramkumar

    Co-founder and CEO of Concept.io, the creator of Swell, a delightful mobile app that streams personalized audio news and information. Ram was previously Chief Architect for Visual Search at A9.com and Senior Software Architect in the CTO Office of McDATA.

Agenda

  • Registration

    12:30 PM
  • BYTES OF CONTEXT:

    1:00 PM

    Andy Grignon will lead a panel about the technical perspective on building and scaling contextual products and services.

  • GLOBAL CONTEXT:

    1:30 PM

    Josh Constine will moderate a panel about the meaning of contextual OS's and devices to companies with global audiences.

  • Product Announcement

    2:00 PM
  • Break by A.R.O

    2:30 PM
  • WEARABLES IN CONTEXT:

    3:00 PM

    Robert Scoble will lead a discussion that explores contextual OS's and wearable technology.

  • FUNDING CONTEXT:

    3:30 PM

    A panel led by Semil Shah on the investment potential of contextual applications, services, and devices.

  • Keynote: Benedict Evans

    4:00 PM
  • Reception by Mozilla

    5:00 PM
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Terra Gallery & Event Venue, 511 Harrison Street, San Francisco, CA