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Radio Interview: Mobile Phone Technology for Conference Attendees is Hot!

Posted by TeamITI on December 3, 2009

Andy Uhlig, Director of Business Development at ITI Marketing, Inc., joins Sandy from the Business Travel Radio from the main exhibit hall of the NTA’sannual conference in Reno, Nevada to talk about mobile technology for meetings planners and conference attendees:

“This year, Sandy attended and participated in this world-class yearly event that draws travel industry specialists from all over the globe. Andy’s particular product served as the glue that held the NTA conference together with his meetings2go.mobi mobile phone technology working as a meeting tracker and daily planner for many of the attendees. The service is deep in features and there is no doubt that our smart phones are as relevant as our computers. Welcome to 2010! Join Sandy to learn more.”

Archives will be up directly after the program at www.BusinessTravelRADIO.com

Listen to the interview here!

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