You have heard the word, mobile is the new hot thing. You have convinced your management to start using mobile, but how do you actually use mobile to engage citizens and create impact? The Mobile Citizen Summit is a one-day learning laboratory for those interested in applying mobile technologies to empower, fuel and drive citizen engagement in the public good. Our focus is on providing you with informative and practical discussions that will empower you to:
- Understand the opportunities mobile technology provides
- Discover successful mobile business cases
- Gain exposure to innovative tools and applications
- Explore SMS vs. Smartphone technologies, and
- Know where mobile is today and where it’s headed tomorrow
This is your opportunity to explore all there is to know about the mobile space by leading a session, asking questions, showcasing your latest innovation, sharing your success stories and meeting other like minded people who want to help you get started and be successful.
Many of the panel discussions at the mCitizen Summit will be case-study based and will focus on using mobile to engage, educate, and enable the public to participate in government, politics, and their communities. From using mobile for constituent engagement to civic participation. From government services to nonprofit outreach to fundraising to getting out the vote on the campaign trail. And from how constituents use their mobile devices to how mobile technology will evolve in the future.
The tools, tactics, and strategies discussed at the mCitizen Summit will include a variety of mobile tools and tactics in the public and political spaces:
- Mobile video
- Mobile advertising
- Mobile transactions
- Location-based tools
- QR Codes
- Augmented reality
- Mobile around the world
- Mobile games
- Mobile telecom issues
- Mobile devices and software
Attendees at the mCitizen Summit are practitioners across the government, nonprofit, advocacy, and political spaces—the kinds of people who develop the strategy and the tools to reach, engage, educate, and enable citizens across the country and around the world.
For more information, visit http://mobilecitizensummit.com/.
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mCitizen Summit is a one-day learning laboratory for those interested in applying mobile technologies to empower, fuel, and drive citizen engagement in the public good.