August 8, 2011
Tomorrow, TechCocktail founder and CEO, Frank Gruber, will be on NPR in Washington, D.C. as a guest on the popular Kojo Nnamdi Show. The title of the show is “Mobile Apps Go Hyper-Local.” We cover lots of mobile apps on TechCocktail.com, so we are excited to have the opportunity to discuss the latest trends on the show. Frank will be joined by Peter Corbett, an avid marketer and CEO of iStrategyLabs, an agency in Washington, D.C., and Pete Erickson who is the founder of Disruptathon, an organization that hosts events around mobile apps.
How can you listen in?
- Click here to tune in at noon EST
- Visit the direct player at noon EST
- Or if you are in the DC area tune into 88.5 FM at noon EST
The show description is below:
Social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter have changed the way people make friends and network online. Now, a new wave of mobile apps is taking those changes into the “real world.” Apps like FourSquare and Google+ allow you to “check in” with friends and make plans in real-time. Companies like LivingSocial and Groupon are using geolocation data to offer you deals based on where you are. Tech Tuesday explores how new mobile apps are changing the way we shop and socialize.
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