Thank you for coming for MediaNama's panel discussion on the "Monetization of Mobile Apps" at the mBillionth Awards South Asia 2012 on July 21st at the Eros Hotel, New Delhi. We had a riveting discussion, and a full house throughout the session, with most of the session focused on responding to audience Q&A. We would also like to thank our esteemed panel speakers who took out the time from their schedules and agreed to be a part of this panel discussion. A big thank you to : - Dr. Abhinav Mathur (Spice Labs) - Ashay Padwal (Vserv.mobi) - Dev Khare (Lightspeed Ventures) - Jonathan Bill (Vodafone India), and - Rajiv Kumar (RockeTalk) Not to forget the attendees. The panel discussion would not have been a tremendous success without your presence. Thank you for being there and making this panel discussion a success with your questions to the panelists, your positive feedback and suggestions for future discussions. A special thank you to Osama Manzar and the organizing committee at mBillionth for giving us the chance to share the stage with them. MediaNama is in the process of putting together a conference in early September. We look forward to your suggestions and constant support. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank the panel sponsor Vserv.mobi for their support. We look forward to collaborating with them for future events as well.
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