• Veriplace
  • AT&T Interactive
  • DigitalGlobe
  • Google
  • Yahoo! Inc.
  • ZoomAtlas
  • Digital Map Products
  • Pitney Bowes Business Insight

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Bardia Dejban
Director of Mobile, Citysearch.com

Bardia Dejban is the Director of Mobile for Citysearch.com where he is responsible for the mobile strategy and engineering efforts across multiple platforms including iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Mobile Web, WAP and Palm. Prior to joining Citysearch, Bardia served in a variety of development roles for eHarmony.com including Senior Manager, Engineering where he led the architecture/infrastructure and mobile efforts for the site and Principal Engineer for the dating site. Bardia’s prior technical roles include Senior Software Engineer at Intuit and Application Developer at S1 Corporate.

Bardia holds a MS in Global Business from the George L. Graziadio School of Business and Management from Pepperdine University.


Location: Ballroom V
Greg Sterling (Sterling Market Intelligence), Don Weigel (deCarta), Blair Swedeen (Placecast), Bardia Dejban (Citysearch.com), Surojit Chatterjee (Google), Dan Gilmartin (WHERE)
With Google and Apple buying major mobile ad networks just in the last couple of months, mobile advertising is finally on everyone's radar. Panelists will discuss the range of technical, data, and business-related hurdles that remain, as well as whether and how they might be overcome. Read more.