2nd Screen

Garry Partington

Garry founded Mobile Monday Manchester, organises, and brings together all the elements needed to run Mobile Monday Events in Manchester.

He worked in the mobile industry since 1999. As CEO of Apadmi, Garry’s role is to bring new partners to the table and to enhance and build upon the company’s established strong customer relationships, whilst also ensuring that the Apadmi team is constantly focused on customer service and delivery.

@garrypartington | garry@momomcr.org | www.apadmi.com

Jeff Coghlan

Jeff is CEO and founder of specialist digital production agency, Matmi.  The company’s quirky creativity and Jeff’s foresight in global digital marketing have spawned award-winning campaigns for the likes of ASDA, Cancer Research, Comic Relief, Dare 2b, EMI Music (Gorillaz), Mars, Nivea, Parlophone (Lily Allen), Philips, Red Bull, ITV, United Airlines and Vimto Soft Drinks.

“As a digital strategist, my opinions – not always popular or mainstream – have been sought by clients and major advertising agencies. I have been invited to be a guest speaker at many prestigious events to discuss a variety of topics; ranging from the evolution of casual gaming, tech convergence, gamification to the emergence of IPTV”

@matmi | www.matmi.com


Paul Rawlings

Paul co-founded Screenreach Interactive and created the Screach Product from his vast experience in digital signage and interactive technology. Paul started out creating EPOS, Sales Order Processing and Marketing systems for businesses including Burger King and Dixons. In 2009 he built a number of Twitter based businesses – these included Twe2, a free SMS provider for twitter sold privately by Paul in the same year and a social auction website Tweba, which grabbed the headlines. Since 2010, Paul and his team at Screenreach have seen Screach technology implemented by Bauer Media, Swiftcover.com, Microsoft and Newcastle United Football Club. In 2011 Screach was revealed as one of the PepsiCo 10, making it one of the 10 most innovative start-up products in Europe.

Ryan Norton

Ryan has spent the last ten years working in Product Management across major
entertainment brands such as Warner Music, Universal Pictures and EA Games.

The past 4 years have been solely dedicated to digital product on handheld devices, primarily covering content development, strategic planning and go-to market campaigns.

Currently with the BBC developing centrally driven mobile and cross-platform experiences.