forumoxford event: The Google session ..

Hello

As we come to three major events I am speaking in April, I am going to blog about them and if you are attending any of these, please email me at ajit.jaokar at futuretext.com and I shall be happy to catch up with you

The three events are

a) ForumOxford: Future Technologies Conference 2007 - This is organised by me along with Oxford University. A must attend event(but then I am biased) .. but on a serious note – with speakers from Google, Vodafone, Symbian, Three etc .. I truly believe this will be a great event.

b) O Reilly web 2.0 expo - I am speaking on Mobile Web 2.0 along with Tony Fish and

c) IMS 2.0 event in Monaco. I am conducting a workshop on Mobile Web 2.0 and IMS

Now for our Oxford event

Attend this event if you can .. and here is why .. . I think this will be truly useful to the audience since ‘How can we work with Google’ is a question which almost anyone would want to answer!

Adrian Blair: Strategic Partner Development, Google will be the keynote speaker speaking on the topic : Bringing the World’s Information to Any Device, Anywhere: Google, and what used to be called the mobile phone

- What are Google’s core strategic assets?

- How do we apply these to mobile?

- Why are partnerships critical?

- What do Google’s partners gain?

About Adrian Blair:

Adrian Blair is responsible for Google’s partnerships with mobile players in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. He joined Google’s California headquarters in 2004, and has since forged relationships with many of the leading names in the industry. Prior to Google, Adrian taught Economics at Harvard University, and was Head of European Business Development for Ask Jeeves, where he led Ask’s entry into the paid search and mobile content businesses. He holds a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.