More Info on Inside Social Apps InFocus 2011 – Coming January 25th in San Francisco
As we announced two weeks ago, Inside Social Apps InFocus 2011, our second conference on the future of monetization on social platforms, is happening January 25th in San Francisco. We’re excited to see all of the developers and entrepreneurs from around the world that are planning to attend!
The agenda topics for Inside Social Apps InFocus 2011 are now live online. Executives and experts from Facebook, leading social networks, mobile platforms, social game and app developers, media companies, virtual goods and payment services, and investors will be discussing the future of social platforms and virtual goods monetization in social apps and games from a global perspective.
Finally, if you’re considering attending Inside Social Apps InFocus 2011, take advantage of early registration pricing and sign up now. A limited set of early registration tickets are currently available at the Early Announcement price of $229. This price will be good through Friday November 12th only, so we encourage you to register now.
We’re honored to present the following 17 confirmed speakers at Inside Social Apps InFocus 2011:
Group Manager, Android Platform, Google
Co-founder and CEO, Kabam
SVP Business Operations, Zynga
Co-Founder, Playdom (now part of Disney), and Investor
Executive Chairman, CrowdStar
Co-Founder and CEO, 6waves
Commerce Product Marketing, Facebook
EVP and GM Games, News Corp
|Sebastien de Halleux
Co-founder and COO, Playfish (now part of Electronic Arts)
GM Games and Platform, MySpace
VP Equity Research, Games, ThinkEquity
VP Social Apps, ngmoco:) (now part of DeNA)
VP Creative Design, Playdom (now part of Disney
Editor, Inside Network
Founder, Inside Network
Key topics for the day will include:
- Growth and User Aquisition on the Facebook Platform
- New and Alternative Social Platforms: Where Do Opportunities Lie?
- Monetization on Facebook in a Credits World
- Growth and Monetization on Mobile Social Platforms
- M&A Landscape for Small & Midsize Developers
Social applications first emerged in 2007, and are today maturing into a global media ecosystem. With the launch of the Facebook Platform, followed by platforms from MySpace and other social networks, developers worldwide could leverage the social graph to create new kinds of social experiences never before possible.
Now, three and a half years later, what started out as sheep throwing and vampire biting has quickly become a profitable billion-dollar industry, punctuated by numerous major acquisitions by the world’s leading media companies and developers. But now, new challenges are emerging, affecting big players and new entrants alike.
Inside Social Apps will investigate the latest trends and challenges for social applications, and look at what’s to come for developers throughout the space – including the growth of virtual goods and social applications on mobile devices.
What are the biggest uncertainties and opportunities facing the future of social games and applications in 2011, and who is leading the way?
Inside Social Apps InFocus 2011 takes place January 25th, 2011 at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco, and brings together the world’s leading entrepreneurs to weigh in on the future of social app and game monetization.
Inside Social Apps will be a one-day summit led by Inside Network’s Eric Eldon and Justin Smith, and will take in-depth investigative approach to the day’s discussions. At Inside Social Apps, Inside Network will work alongside founders and executives of the top social networking, social gaming, mobile social gaming, payments, and virtual goods infrastructure companies to analyze the most important issues affecting the industry. Inside Social Apps is geared towards developers on Facebook, iPhone, Android, and emerging online social platforms.
Inside Social Apps will be a content-rich day of critical discussion, followed by an evening and nighttime of casual networking.
A limited set of “Early Announcement” tickets is available through Friday at a special price of $229. This price will change after Friday, and space will be very limited, so we encourage you to register early.
From all of us at Inside Network, we hope to see you on January 25th in San Francisco!