Tonight I ventured over to the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) to check out the MobileMonday event. This was a well attended event at the University that brought together a panel of 4 mobile entrepreneurs to talk about their products in the mobile space.
“Mobile entrepreneurship is alive and well. How does a company build their business on mobile? Hear from app developers like Hotel Tonight and PunchTab how they drive downloads and monetize mobile apps, learn how the Barnes & Noble NOOK has become the “sleeper success story” for Android developers, and find out how to create and manage mobile apps for the enterprise from AppCentral.”
The event was moderated by Scott Schwarzhoff, VP of Marketing, Appcelerator and the panelists included Ranjith Kumaran, CEO of PunchTab, Chris Bailey, CTO of Hotel Tonight Ted Patrick, Chief Evangelist & Developer Relations of Barnes & Noble and Ken Singer, CEO of AppCentral. It was a packed event with lots of different takes on the mobile space.