The Mobile Future is already here. What is going to be the next major disruptor to drive change and consumer behaviour? How readily will businesses and HR directors grasp the digitisation of on-demand staffing?
Mobile Future – the edge of innovation
On Friday 10th June 2016, Coople founder Viktor Calabro, will take to the stage at Future Mobile 2016 in San Francisco, where he will provide unique insight on the trends, technology and innovations influencing the on-demand marketplace.
Viktor will be debating the disruptive marketplace with some of the brightest minds and leading innovators in this space: Nate Morris, CEO of, Rubicon Global and Marco Zappacosta, CEO of Thumbtack. The session will be hosted by The Economist’s US Technology Editor Alexandra Suich.
Topics to be discussed during the CEO roundtable include…
- The most important trends and business models in the next 5 years
- Challenges of adoption, limits to adoption and points of pain
- Economics – what frequency of use is profitable?
- Investment, artificial intelligence and plans for the future
Tell me more about Mobile Future 2016
Future Mobile 2016 is a two-day, invitation-only forum limited to 350 senior executives. The event has been designed specifically to provide participants with a snapshot of what is happening at the innovative edge of wireless and mobility. Each year, event organisers Rutberg, identify 20 sectors in mobile that have the most potential to disrupt businesses, and influence and change consumer behaviour.
Tell me more about Coople
Coople is Europe’s largest on-demand staffing platform and flexible jobs marketplace, where businesses can find flexible workers to fill immediate hourly or daily staffing needs around the clock.
Our technology allows businesses to effectively manage unpredictability, free up management time and significantly reduce costs. Workers love the flexibility and additional income they can generate through the platform.
Founded in 2011, the company has offices in London, Zurich and Lausanne and focuses on the hospitality and catering, events and promotion, retail and logistics, and commercial and professional services sectors.