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The growth in mobile technology, coupled with a consumer willingness to access information on mobile, makes it ripe for new opportunities.
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We work with some of the most innovative mobile development and user interface specialists, uniting them with our consumer insight and new business models.
We are delighted to announce the second annual Mobile Culture conference which will take place at the brand new University of the Arts London campus in King’s Cross on 17th July 2012. The event will bring together thought leaders and senior executives from cultural organisations, the mobile sector, worldwide brands and the developer community for a day of innovation, learning and knowledge exchange.
Our inaugural event brought together 500 attendees over 2 days. Tickets for this year’s show are now available here at an early bird rate of £199+VAT – this offer is only available until 31st May 2012 or until tickets run out.
Speakers confirmed include:
Ed Vaizey, Minister of Culture
Jay Altschuler, Director, Global Media Innovation, Unilever
Steve Wing, Head of Mobile, Guardian
Jane Burton, Creative Director, Tate
Diana Stepner, Head of Future Technologies, Pearson
Amanda Ridout, Managing Director, Phaidon
Peter Tullin, Co-Founder, CultureLabel.com
Dani Salvadore, Director of Enterprise, University of the Arts
Stephanie Hannon, Vice-President, International, Eventbrite.com
The event is split into three parts: plenary keynotes and panels, new business model creation sessions and practical how to workshops. Whatever the position in your mobile journey, you will meet inspiring speakers and leading thinkers in the mobile space to help you drive your mobile strategy forward.
MobileCulture1 - Speakers for the inaugural MobileCulture event at included Wired, Google, Timeout, Vodafone Tate, British Library, Tesco, Penguin, Nokia, O2, Sky and Harper Collins. The keynote was given by Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture who also launched CultureLabel’s Digital Museum initiative 12-months earlier. We were delighted to partner with NESTA on this event, who announced details of a new Digital R&D initiative in partnership with Arts Council England. The venue was the stunning new £70 million Ravensbourne College next to the O2 London. Delegates were then invited into the O2 itself where a VIP reception was hosted by the British Music Experience / AEG.
The Courtauld Gallery
Digital ticketing for exhibitions
Development of a digital ticketing solution for the Michelangelo’s Dream and Cezanne’s Card Players exhibitions. CultureLabel developed a complete, end-to-end ticket solution, even allowing the gallery to sell products such as catalogues and merchandise alongside tickets. The system has already successfully sold thousands of tickets for the gallery and is now available for use by other organisations.
"The Courtauld is delighted to be the first arts organisation to offer pioneering mobile ticketing technology for Michelangelo's Dream. We want to reach customers that live in a mobile age, reduce our costs and deliver more efficient online sales. We trusted CultureLabel to deliver on time and within budget and they have not let us down.” Nigel Dickson, Head of Retail, The Courtauld Gallery
Experience the Courtauld Ticketing website now by clicking here