Mobile Photo Connect Panels Add High-Profile Speakers


San Francisco, CA—Mobile Photo Connect, a conference for the mobile photo ecosystem, to be held October 25 at the San Francisco Presidio Golden Gate Club, announced senior executives from three marquee companies will share insights during one of its panels. The How to Succeed in the Photo App Business session will now include speakers from VSCO, Perfect Corp. and Funimate.

Under the umbrella theme “Shaping the World of Smart Mobile Imaging,” the 2016 Mobile Photo Connect conference will offer five no-PowerPoint-allowed panel discussions. And, these are in addition to its show-and-tell app demo sessions and networking time.

The three newly added speakers are highly successful app developers. They will spark a conversation on how to successfully work through the ever-changing dynamics of the iOS and Android app stores. The panel will also discuss how to generate long-term value from an app’s user base.

Bryan Mason

Bryan Mason is the COO of VSCO, a community for expression that empowers people to create, discover and connect. Its apps deploy sophisticated image-editing technology, as well as features to share and explore content.

Wayne Liu

Wayne Liu is general manager and vice president of Business Development, Perfect Corp., which is dedicated to transforming how consumers, content creators and beauty brands interact via selfie apps such as YouCam Makeup.

Kemal Ugur

Kemal Ugur is cofounder and CEO of Funimate, a video-editing app and social video community developed by former Nokia PhD-level video scientists. Furthermore, based on a real-time editing engine, Funimate offers more than 20 effects.

Mobile Photo Connect Panels

The conference panels are: How to Succeed in the Photo App Business; The Next Big Thing: User-Generated VR Content; Monetizing photo apps through Mobile Output; as well as The Future of Visual Storytelling.

In addition, The Mobile Photo Connect Awards panel of industry movers and shakers will reveal which of the 30 photo and video apps demoed in the conference’s signature show-and-tell sessions stood out.