As The Who forecast some 40 years ago, we done gone mobile. But where do we go from here?
Mobile internet innovation will be the subject of the Clinton School of Public Service lunch and lecture series on Tuesday, Oct. 16.
Former Microsoft marketing director Collins Hemingway, a Little Rock native, will discuss his book, “The Fifth Wave: A Strategic Vision for Mobile Internet Innovation, Investment and Return.”
The book “explains the mobile internet revolution and how it will alter life, society and commerce. He wrote the book to help investors understand how to analyze and value technology and help businesses develop the right approaches to take advantage of the commercial opportunities within the mobile internet,” according to a news release.
The free show runs from noon to 1 at the school’s Sturgis Hall on the Clinton Library campus, and while drinks are provided, it’s BYOL. Reserve your seats by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling 501-683-5239.