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What can Mobile do for the Marketer?

We have already used mobile to message; financial transactions are already conducted on mobile devices; travel & retail on mobile are convenient as well. Google & Apple are changing the game dramatically. The little phone is powerful, has lots of information, & makes the consumer mobile.
We have already used mobile to message; financial transactions are already conducted on mobile devices; travel & retail on mobile are convenient as well. Google & Apple are changing the game dramatically. The little phone is powerful, has lots of information, & makes the consumer mobile. Join Mickey Alam Khan, Editor in Chief Mobile Marketer & Barg Upender, President of Mobomo in a discussion around what to expect and how to prepare for effective mobile enablement.
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Mickey Alam Khan, President & Chief Editor of Mobile Marketer & Barg Upendra, President of Mobomo
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