We’re excited to announce our next event will be on September 10th from 7:30am-9:00am. Click on the button below to purchase your ticket.
Who is speaking?
Santiago Jaramillo is the CEO and Founder of Bluebridge, where he oversees the vision, strategy, and progress of the company’s product and brand. Santiago has grown Bluebridge from humble beginnings in a college dorm room to one of the leading mobile app platforms in the world. In just three years, Bluebridge has grown to 30 employees, with hundreds of customers worldwide, including South Africa tourism and Gatlinburg, TN.
Through Santiago’s leadership, the company has also secured more than $3M in venture capital funding from world-renowned investors. Santiago is a nationally-recognized expert on mobile and innovation and was named to Inc. Magazine’s 30 Under 30 “World’s Coolest Entrepreneurs” in 2013. He has also been invited to the White House for his entrepreneurial contributions and was named TechPoint’s “Young Professional of the Year” in 2014. Most recently, he was named to Indianapolis Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40” list.
Mobile 101: What Every Business Needs to Know
A good mobile strategy is an imperative for any organization that wants to succeed in our increasingly mobile world. In this session, Santiago outlines current mobile trends and provides actionable tips that are guaranteed to jump-start even the most basic mobile strategy.
About Bluebridge Digital
Bluebridge was born from a single statistic. In the summer of 2011, smartphones outsold PCs for the first time ever and Bluebridge founder Santiago Jaramillo launched the company that would change the way mobile apps were developed and sold. Rather than the then-standard model of paying an up-front charge for a mobile app, Bluebridge created an app platform that would provide apps that were constantly up-to-date for a flat annual cost.
This year’s digital marketing conference promises to be bigger than ever– with a wealth of speakers and some really keen keynotes, MBO15 takes place April 29th at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
See the agenda, speakers, and register at mboindy.com. Full disclosure: we’re a sponsor, so we’re sort of biased, but we hope to see you there!
Our December event featured a Q&A session with Gregg Doyel. As the Indianapolis Star‘s new sports writer, Gregg answered questions about his job, social media and the Indy Star in general. If you missed this event, you missed a fun and very moving presentation.
Watch the video below or click here to view on YouTube.
Were you at this breakfast? What was your biggest takeaway?
We had a great event last week at the Indy Fringe Theater where Molly Kruger and Tom Dunmore of Indy Eleven and Josh Mason of The Brickyard Battalion talked about how they engaged fans on social media and developed outreach to the community to help not only bring professional soccer to Indianapolis, but propel the team through 14 sold-out matches in their debut season.
If you weren’t at the breakfast, take a glance at the #IndySM Tagboard page to see what you missed.
We’ve pulled out some great quotes from our speakers that you can simply click to retweet.
The folks at 12 Stars Media filmed the event and we’ll post the video soon, but in the mean time Tom Spalding put together a great Storify thread about the breakfast. Check it out if you need a refresher or if you weren’t able to make it: