MoMo Mumbai: Maximizing Your App’s Profitability

Bill Scott, SVP Business Development at GetJar, is visiting India. Bill will share his thoughts with the Mobile Monday Mumbai community on Monday, May 30, 2011.

Session Abstract:

Only 13 percent of app users pay for the apps they download. In order to reach the most consumers, developers are finding that it’s best to offer their app for free. But, of course developers need to make a living too, so how do you make money from your app without charging for it? Bill Scott, SVP of Sales & Business Development at GetJar, will share the industry’s best practices for app monetization and some more creative ways to make a living off of your app.

About Bill Scott:

Bill is VP Sales & Business Development where he is responsible for all customer interface and partnerships. He joined the mobile data industry in 2000, as VP Latin America for Infospace. There he launched the region’s first mobile portals. Subsequently Bill held VP Latin America positions for Critical Path and Openwave. Bill is originally from Seattle, WA. He has a BA in Philosophy from Amherst College and an MBA from Harvard University.

Agenda:

  • 6.30 pm: Registrations
  • 7.00 pm: Presentation by Bill Scott
  • 7.45 pm: Group Discussion
  • 8.15 pm: Networking Dinner

Where:
Grapeviine
Club Peninsula,
Peninsula Corporate Park
Lower Parel West, Mumbai.

When:
6.30 pm – 9 pm
Monday, 30th May 2011

RSVP:
http://momomum201105.eventbrite.com/

Sponsor:

GetJar is the world’s largest open app store; second only to Apple’s iTunes, with over 1.5 billion downloads to date. The company provides more than 75,000 applications across all major handsets and platforms to consumers in more than 200 countries and territories. GetJar was founded by, now CEO, Ilja Laurs, in Lithuania.

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