Sean Shadmand, president and co-founder of Socialize, Inc., will bring his expertise to the MobileX Lexington Conference on April 13th to address the challenges of a multi-device technological world.
In today's online marketplace Sean Shadmand says widespread use of multi-device technology will affect the way businesses and web operators should interact with their users. At MobileX Lexington Sean hopes to expose the difficulties and solutions of a multi-device world and bring awareness to the changing environment.
"We, as a technology driven group of users and businesses, have finally gotten comfortable with understanding how to navigate a user from our email, to Facebook, to our site and backtracking systems, API and social networks are plentiful. But, all that we know was learned in the singular-device world of the past."
In his MobileX presentation, ''The Loop': How You're Losing Customers,' Shadmand will explain how the new viral loop in a multi-device world will work and which technological platforms and devices are best suited to tackle the right problems.
Dubbed a "strategic genius" by the Washington Post, Shadmand is currently the president and co-founder of the Socialize, Inc., which operates as a consulting and software development company that develops mobile websites and applications for businesses worldwide. However, Shadmand is no newbie to start-up businesses and mobile entrepreneurship.
Shadmand began his career in start-ups working with one of the largest social networks in the world, Tagged.com, in its early stages. Shortly thereafter, he created an online recipe site dedicated to his mother, Familyoven.com.
In 2008, Shadmand co-founded PointAbout, Inc., a mobile consulting firm based out of Washington DC that specializes in IPhone and Android based development, and in 2010 he was the visionary behind AppMakr, a do-it-yourself platform that allows users to create their own native apps and sell them in the App Store.
Shadmand has also appeared on Bloomberg TV as a guest expert and has been featured in The Washington Post, Wired, ABC News, Entrepreneur Magazine, FastCompany and TechCrunch.
Previous presenter and co-founder at Socialize, Inc., Daniel Odio, introduced Shadmand to the success of the MobileX team and its events. Shadmand says, "I am excited to participate in its success, and to share knowledge gained from our tribes and tribulations as we grew as contenders in the mobile space."