Getting Men Comfortable With Mobile Shopping
My mobile entrepreneur client Gregory Lowe II is a key presenter at SXSW next month. Please consider a featured interview and I will coordinate the details:
Gregory Lowe II is an award-winning mobile entrepreneur and CEO/Founder of Lowekey Media, a new media company based in Manhattan, NY. At Lowekey, Gregory has developed, conceptualized, launched and marketed successful mobile applications with multiple Fortune 500 companies.
He is a down-to-earth visionary, making a bold contribution to the mobile technology industry with his own software, hardware and prescient awareness of new media trends.
Gregory has projects in the entertainment, wearable tech, fashion, sports, gaming and health industries in the works for 2015. Lowekey’s most notable app to date is SongBooth, a social video network for user generated music videos that has amassed over 8+ million downloads worldwide – www.songbooth.com
Check on the feature on Gregory in Fast Company Magazine’s Most Creative People in Business list of 2014:
“Getting Men Comfortable With Mobile Shopping” panel at SXSW on Monday, March 16th at 5pm at JW Marriott – http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP44505
This panel will discuss the growth of the mobile commerce market and the affect social shopping apps have made. It will also focus on the process of getting men more comfortable with shopping on their smartphones and tablets in general, whether that’s buying from big retailers Amazon or Walmart, comparison shopping or social shopping in Wanelo or Wish. It will also discuss the buying and reselling of secondhand clothes, as on Twice, Zold, thredUP, and more.