M-Enabling Summit Conference and Showcase

Global Summit on Accessible Mobile Technology for Senior Citizens & Users of All Abilities
Event contact title
To exhibit:
Event contact first name
Ron
Event contact last name
Akins
Email
akins@ejkrause.com
Event contact telephone number
301-493-5500, ext. 3310
Description

The M-Enabling Summit is a joint initiative of the Global Initiative for Inclusive Information and Communication Technologies (G3ict) and E.J. Krause & Associates (EJK) to promote mobile accessible and assistive applications and services for senior citizens and persons with disabilities leveraging the latest operating systems, handsets and tablets based technologies. The fourth edition of the M-Enabling Summit will held in June 2015 at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel in Arlington, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, DC.

The Summit is the only gathering of U.S. and international leaders of the global ecosystem supporting accessible and assistive mobile solutions. At the Summit they share experiences on how to best leverage the latest mobile operating systems, handset and tablet technologies, creating life changing applications and services for seniors and users of all abilities. 

M-Enabling Summit ‘s global visitors program is developed in cooperation with the Federal Communications Commission, international organizations, mobile service providers, industry, apps developers, rehabilitation professionals, special educators and organizations of seniors and persons with disabilities.   The conference and showcase attracts key decision makers participating in the mobile industry and expert users and professionals from around the world.

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