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Mobile World Congress call for papers now open

July 23, 2014

MWC 2015

Consider yourself a mobile guru? Want to bring your insights to discussion at the world’s biggest cellular event? Don’t miss out on your chance to present at 2015’s most anticipated mobile conference and show – you can now submit your proposal

The event, taking place in Barcelona on 2- 5th March 2015, will highlight and debate the most significant topics in the mobile industry today, in a range of seminars and sessions with world-class speakers.

Here are some of the hot topics for 2015…

  • 5G
  • Advertising/Marketing
  • Applications
  • Connected Living
  • Health
  • Joint Ventures/M&A/Partnerships
  • Location Based Services
  • Media & Entertainment
  • Money
  • NFC
  • Security
  • Social Media
  • Venture Capital in Mobile

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Freeform Dynamics: Q&A with Dale Vile, Managing Director & Analyst

February 15, 2011

Q.  Tell us a bit about yourself.

First and foremost I’m a husband and dad. I live on the edge of the New Forest with the family and am generally happy with my lot.

I love working as an industry analyst and started Freeform Dynamics in 2005 with my wife, Helen, not so much to conquer the world, but more to allow us to do the analyst/research thing in the way we wanted, and surround ourselves with like-minded people such as Tony Lock and Andy Buss.

In terms of skills and interests, while a lot of my career in the IT industry has been business-oriented, I started out as an amateur computing enthusiast and remain a bit of geek and gadget head at heart.

Q. Tell us a little bit about Freeform Dynamics, the titles you write for and their interest in mobile technology.

Freeform Dynamics primarily exists to help IT and business professionals make sense of the latest developments in the technology arena, and figure out if and how they are relevant in their environment. Unlike a lot of other analysts, we focus less on early adopters and forward thinking risk takers, and more on those just getting on with business and IT in the mainstream. For this reason, a lot of our output is aimed at people who are not experts, but need to or want to get up to speed on how technology can help them.

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