Registration Now Open for Boston App Expo – September 24-26, 2014


Expo marks the New England area’s first conference dedicated solely to app development

The conference will be held from September 24th to 26th, 2014 in Boston. Early Bird discounted rates are available until July 20th on the Expo’s website for both registrants and exhibitors.

The conference will host distinguished speakers and panelists including investors, leaders, and entrepreneurs. This includes acclaimed entrepreneurs and experienced CEOs such as Jothy Rosenberg, Mark Donohue, Mary-Alice Miller, and Daryl Crockett. In addition, a special session is dedicated to Intellectual Property and Patenting topics led by Cynthia Gilbert of Hyperion Law.

“Women entrepreneurs in tech space” is a featured panel discussion held on the first day of the conference, addressing many challenges and opportunities facing women in the 21st century marketplace. Attendees will be able to interact with speakers, ask questions, and seek counsel during the sessions.

The second day of the conference includes hands-on workshops in App Development for iOS, Android, Windows, wearables (Google Glass), cross platform, and HTML5 development from basic to advanced topics such as API, security, and distribution. These sessions are intended for companies who want to train their teams, and for programmers who are new to app development. Advanced sessions are geared towards more experienced programmers with topics in API and other advanced issues.

This year’s Expo theme, “Stay Ahead,” encourages developers, companies, and entrepreneurs to take a greater role in Boston’s app development community. The expo also provides a membership program that can help local developers network and communicate more effectively with employers.

“We are excited to host Boston App Expo in 2014,” said Farzad Wafapoor, founder and director. “This conference will provide a valuable platform to inspire and empower entrepreneurs, developers, recruiters, and others who are interested in how mobile technology is impacting our lives.”