After a long hiatus and feet and feet of snow, Mobile Monday Boston was finally ready to get back into the tech scene and present Mobile Local Boston, cohosted with Street Fight.
The event was held at Sip Wine Bar & Kitchen, a venue that was the perfect size for a personal chat with Randy Parker and David Hirschman to discuss about local + mobile within on-demand services, the user experience of everyday ‘local’ apps and the potential backlash of ‘too much personal knowledge’.
After a power-hour of networking, attendees gathered around to hear a Q&A session with Randy Parker, CEO of PagePart and Founder of Constant Contact and moderated by David Hirschman, Co-founder and COO of Street Fight.
With the assistance of Twitter and Periscope, the conversation kept whether you were in attendance or not, on the ideas and discussions on the pros and cons of mobile+local, Near Field Communication (NFC) and iBeacons.
— Margo Monnier (@MargoMonnier) June 8, 2015
— Laurisa Neuwirth (@LaurisaNeuwirth) June 8, 2015
— Ryan Bobillo (@Whitetipredtail) June 8, 2015
— Jennie White (@jenniewhite) June 8, 2015
Thank you to our sponsors and hope to see everyone at our next event!
StreetFight –Media, events, and research company focused on the business of hyperlocal publishing, commerce, marketing and technology. The Street Fight website publishes news, commentary, case studies, and how-to articles to chronicle the hyperlocal ecosystem’s development of sustainable business models.
CTIA – Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association is an industry trade group that represents the international wireless telecommunications industry. Its members include cellular, personal communication services and enhanced specialized mobile radio providers and suppliers, and providers and manufacturers of wireless data services and products.