Dropbox and Magister Advisors to speak at CEO Summit 2013

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Lars Fjeldsoe-Nielsen, Dropbox

MEF has announced the first stimulus speakers at this year’s one-day CEO Summit in London as Lars Fjeldsoe-Nielsen and Victor Basta. Lars Fjeldsoe-Nielsen is Head of Mobile at Dropbox and is responsible for mobile strategy and consumer electronics partnerships, including the global deals that ensure Dropbox is embedded on handsets across 300 mobile operators worldwide.

Victor Basta is the MD of Magister Advisors, an M&A advisory firm to the technology industry and was responsible for some landmark deals including the sale of mapping company C3 to Apple for $250 million and LoveFILM’s $320m exit to Amazon.

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Victor Basta – Magister Advisors

The CEO Summit is a free member-only event for the senior executives of MEF Member companies. As a member, your CEO should have received a personal invitation to attend the day, but you can check your company’s status by emailing us directly. Last year it was City Hall, but for 2013 the CEO Summit moves to an exciting new venue; LEVEL39, Europe’s largest finance, retail and tech accelerator space occupying the entire 39th floor of the iconic One Canada Square building in the heart of London’s Canary Wharf.

This year’s event also includes new collaborative peer review sessions tackling key challenges facing the mobile content & commerce industry held in partnership with CEO-CF and the return of the ever-popular start-up award where attendees will enjoy Dragon’s Den style pitches from the latest mobile tech start-ups and cast their votes for the winning innovations.

You can find out more over on the MEF website, and be sure to check out our speaker interviews from last year’s Summit. Stayed tuned to the MEF Minute for all the updates on this popular event.

The 2013 CEO Summit will be held on 19th September 2013, 8:30am – 7:00pm (GMT) at Level 39 in 1 Canada Square and is an exclusive, invitation-only event for MEF Members – find out more about joining MEF.

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