Are Connected Wearables the New Mobile Frontier?

by Parks Associates | Apr. 27, 2012

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?

Find out at The Open Mobile Summit, May 29-30, London. Hear the CEOs of hot connected wearables companies Zeo and Withings speak alongside Bupa, Bonnier and Fjord, as well as all the major European mobile operators including Deutsche Telekom, Orange and Vodafone.

Plus over 400 more mobile and Internet VIPs debating the next mobile battleground from wallet wars through to 4G, app monetisation through to mobile advertising...

See the agenda online here.

“This was my first Open Mobile Summit and it was definitely worth attending. With a collection of top dog speakers and insightful panel discussions, you are always learning something new, even if it's just one gold nugget. And the networking opportunities were A-star, making it worth the admission price on its own." - Oli Christie, CEO, Neon Play

Places are limited – register here today to secure your place. £300 discount with VIP code PARKSB (before May 4)

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