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Featured Speakers

Robin Hammond

Director of North America Carrier Marketing

Bullitt Group, Cat® phones

She brings 25 years of combined sales, public speaking, and sales training experience to her role. She has been a guest speaker on behalf of Cat® phones for a variety of conferences, podcasts, and training forums.

Prior to joining the Bullitt Group, Robin helped to cultivate the inside Sales Training Program at a growing tech firm that is now recognized as one of the largest digital media companies in the United States. As a Marketer, it is Robin’s passion to help deliver Cat® phones’ exceptional, and global-category-leading product range of rugged smartphones in a highly competitive market.

Tim Shepherd

Senior Director – Applications and Product Marketing

Bullitt Group, Cat® phones and Motorola Rugged

Having been with the business for 8 years, Tim looks after the relationships Bullitt maintains with app developers and software solution providers. This includes collaboration and oversight of the business’ relationship with Google and leading Android Enterprise-based EMM solutions; commissioning and working with developers to build custom system apps and apps to support unique and innovative features; and managing relationships with third-party app developers and enterprise solution providers for preloads or inclusion in our app discovery portals.He also leads Product Marketing and is a key Product spokesperson, focused on articulating the value of complex product features as compelling user benefits.

Prior to joining Bullitt in 2014, Tim was lead mobile industry analyst at Canalys, regularly quoted in tech and mainstream, and experienced in presenting and reporting market trends and actionable recommendations to clients ranging from major OEMs to tier-one operators and channel partners.

.Tim holds a master’s degree from the University of Oxford, where he read Modern Histor