That’s the Tea on mobile growth 2021
Thriving after iOS 15.
October 28th | 9 am PST | Online
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mobile growth experts
The mobile growth industry is changing quickly, and this was proven yet again just recently. A year after Apple deprecated the IDFA and told the industry that creatives would rule, iOS 15 is about to strike. Its impact will likely be even greater than its predecessor.
If you’re working in mobile growth don’t miss this focused event that’s aimed at getting you up to speed on how the world’s best mobile marketers are growing their apps and games.
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And… That’s the tea!
Gad Maor, Storemaven’s CEO and Co-founder, will kick us off looking at the challenges we’re going to face as an industry in the months to come.
Join David Flynn from Netspend and Martin Rusev from Gameloft who will look into Apple’s new and exciting feature, that will allow you to totally rethink your UA strategy.
Product Madness’s Saikala Sultanova and Laura Krivetskaya will present ways to work, think, and operate in this new reality.
Going from one product page to thirty something product pages is not a walk in the park. Lucy Pozniak from D3 Go! will share her tips on creatives at (massive) scale.
In this talk, Big Run Studios CEO and Founder Andrew Bell will try to put your minds at ease when dealing with this new world.
Director of ASO Itai Keshet will discuss how your marketing organization needs to change now that iOS 15 is available.
Alex Noirot-cosson from SocialPoint will shed some more light into the biggest buzzword of the recent months – contextual marketing.
Storemaven’s Esther Shatz will present the company’s Mobile Growth solution for testing, planning, operating and analyzing many product pages at scale.
The best pages, the smartest strategies and the most innovative design. Matan Naim from Storemaven will present our industry awards.
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