Igor Faletski Makes Web Not War in VanCity

By: Keith Loo, April 6, 2012

We are pleased to inform you that Igor will be joining us for the Make Web Not War Vancouver Community Night on April 17!

Igor is the CEO and co-founder of Mobify, the open mobile platform. Mobify is the leader in the mobile commerce space, powering mobile stores for Starbucks, Threadless, lululemon, Siemens and other top merchants around the world, serving over a billion mobile pageviews in 2011. Igor is a frequent contributor to Mashable, GigaOM, CNET and a graduate of Simon Fraser University.

Fun fact: a few weeks before starting Mobify Igor interviewed with Microsoft at Redmond and didn’t get an offer. Secretly, he is still hoping for a second chance.

Igor will be speaking with us about current trends and facts surrounding mobile eCommerce and make a case regarding that being the “right way” as opposed to pointing and clicking at images on a desktop computer.

The MWNW crew is looking forward to his talk and you should be too!

If you’d like to meet Igor, learn more about Mobify, or just want to have a beverage on us, join us on April 17 for the Make Web Not War Vancouver Community Night.

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One comment on “Igor Faletski Makes Web Not War in VanCity
  1. james says:

    An excellent post.

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