Mobile for Development Master-Class
4th November, London Building an agile M4D strategy and culture
The humanitarian and development community is moving from whether to use mobile technologies to how to make the most out of them. Given the recent commitments made at the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, now is the opportune time to benchmark your organisation’s M4D strategy and explore what the tech future has in store to get ahead of the game.

Aid & International Development is delighted to host Mobile for Development Master-Class, which will discuss practical challenges, new ways of working, latest technologies for the humanitarian and development sectors, best practices and forward-looking advice.
Join your peers and discover how to get the most out of mobile technology to drive innovation, funding and better support the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
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Reasons to attend Mobile for Development Master-Class
- Hear from industry leaders and like-minded professionals who have navigated many of the same challenges around the use of mobile technology - Gain actionable ideas and expert advice on solving specific problems and learn how others have successfully overcome some of the obstacles you face - Discover new insights on trends in mobile solutions, funding and implementation of new technologies - Get inspiration on how to drive innovation in your organisation, secure funding, and benchmark your leadership strategies and training programmes - Go deep on the subjects that interest you most, through focussed discussions, Ask-the-expert sessions and breakout groups

Mobile for Development Master-Class is aimed at senior professionals with M4D strategy responsibilities in civil society, government agencies, UN and multi-lateral organisations, regulators, donors, investors, networks, think tanks, research institutes and private sector service and solution providers.
For further information or to request participation, please get in touch with Alina O’Keeffe on +44 (0)20 7871 0188 or email
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