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Guess who's coming to Mobile Spree San Francisco 17?

Marne Litfin
Content Manager

Want to learn about scaling mobile growth internationally with the experts at Smule, talk brand narratives with the Head of Marketing at Keepsafe, find out how DoorDash uses paid acquisition work to drive their bottom line, and pick the brain of the Director of UA at Postmates?

Get ready: we're about to make you very happy. Today we’re delighted to announce four more of our lineup of speakers for Mobile Spree 17 in San Francisco:

Jessica Taylor earned her wings at Google, went on to found a social messaging startup, and now directs all marketing activities at Keepsafe. At Mobile Spree, we’ll hear from Jessica how Keepsafe identified, tested and implemented a brand narrative, then used that brand narrative to drive traffic through content marketing & PR.

Patrick Witham is the Director of UA at Postmates, a delivery platform that operates in 40+ cities in the US. He leads the online and offline strategy for acquiring new customers as well as the day to day operations of the UA team. He joined Postmates in July 2017 and was previously the Director of UA at Product Madness, a top grossing social casino company.

Eugenia Kovalenko started out in user acquisition at Smule and worked her way up through their ranks to become their Director of Marketing. She’s an expert in growing global audiences with a Master’s in International Marketing from Hult International Business School and brings a background in marketing expansion strategies to this year’s Mobile Spree SF conference.

Chuck Nguyen is a mobile marketing veteran, having worked at EA as well as Yelp. Chuck is currently DoorDash’s Senior Marketing Manager for Paid Acquisition, making him the go-to person for everything digital and social and an expert in emerging channels. Chuck’s work has him working closely with product, engineering, analytics and marketing in order to develop a strategy for paid channels that wins every time.

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