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The Conversation with Cathy Brooks - Episode #50

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Something feels right about discussing a conference called MLOVE on the 50th Episode of TheConversation. This event, which kicks off tonight in Monterey, CA, brings together influencers from mobile and digital media for something equal parts conference, dinner party and summer camp. Run by long-time mobile entrepreneuer Harald Neidhardt, MLOVE will feature an array of speakers including The Conversation's own Cathy Brooks. On today's episode Cathy will talk with Harald about the inception of MLOVE, how it has evolved and what place it takes in the tech conference ecosystem.

GUEST:
Harald Neidhardt -
Chairman of MLOVE ConFestival Advisory Board CMO & Co-Founder of Smaato; Founder of MLOVE

Harald is Chairman of the advisory Board for the MLOVE ConFestival and a Founder of MLOVE. He is an international marketing & business development executive and the CMO & Co-Founder of Smaato Inc. – a pioneer in mobile advertising headquartered in Silicon Valley.

Harald is a frequent speaker at international conferences like MMA Forum (Singapore, New York, London, Berlin), AlwaysOn, Mobile Web 2.0, Mobile 2.0 (Barcelona, San Francisco) and attended TED twice as well as the Burning Man festival.

The Conversation is not about technology. It's about what you do with it. Jumping from this premise, each week The Conversation's Executive Producer & Host Cathy Brooks explores the bits and bytes that are changing the way people get and share information, interact and the way in which this is fundamentally changing social and professional interactions. Guests from up and comer entrepreneurs to seasoned influencers and everyone in between join Cathy to talk about what they do, why they do it and how their personal story fits in.

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