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Church House Conference Centre hosts first Mobile Convention London

Church House Conference Centre hosts first Mobile Convention London
Google, Blackberry, Unilever and MobileGroove were amongst the leading organisations speaking at Mobile Convention London when it was hosted at Church House Conference Centre last week (Thursday, March 26).
Mobile Convention London, a one-day event focussed on mobile engagement strategies, was being held in London for the first time following on from the success of previous Mobile Conventions held in Amsterdam and Brussels.


The event, which attracted delegates from the mobile technology industry, included interactive presentations and panel discussions with international speakers, networking round tables and a high tech playground, which was based in Church House’s Assembly Hall..

Hodny Benazzi, General Manager of CM and founder of Mobile Convention London, comments: “The first Mobile Convention in London was of high quality. Speakers, as well as the international delegates visiting, were keen on sharing experiences from the past and visions for the future. Mobile Convention London and founding partner CM stepped back and gave a fair analysis on the rapidly changing mobile ecosystem.  The event will be back in 2016 at Church House, as an even bigger brand.”  .

Robin Parker, General Manager of Church House, comments: “It was exciting to be a part of such a cutting edge event! London is becoming a global hub for technology so it is fantastic news for the city that the organisers recognised its contributions to this booming industry by holding their event in London, and at Church House.  As a venue which prides itself on offering clients the latest technology, it was fascinating to see the array of mobile solutions on display during Mobile Convention London. Events are becoming more interactive as organisations seek to improve delegate engagement and increase their return on investment. I’m sure we will see some of the gadgets on display integrated into more meetings and events held at Church House in the very near future.”  .

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