The rules are changing for mobile app developers — from the Epic vs. Apple injunction to Apple and Google’s recent cuts in commissions. The landscape for new and existing app developers is evolving and at FastSpring, we believe these changes will bring new revenue opportunities within the mobile app ecosystem for SaaS and software companies.
To Be Continued…
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About Our Presenters
Richard Hoegreceived his undergraduate degree in economics from Hillsdale College before graduating near the top of his class from the University of Michigan Law School. After providing services solely through “big law” for more than a decade, he started his own firm, Hoeg Law, in 2016.
Hoeg’s practice is focused on the areas of general corporate formation, governance, and finance with particular emphasis on entrepreneurship, venture capital, and mergers and acquisitions. He has worked extensively with start-up and mid-stage enterprises, including those in the life science, software, and technology fields.
Thomas Eaton is the Director of Development at MindSea, a mobile app development company located in Halifax, Toronto, and remotely across North America.
Thomas has been developing apps since the launch of the App Store and has been there for its evolution. He firmly believes that apps can make peoples’ lives better with a focus on health, wellness, and accessibility.
FastSpring’s secure payment system already has everything a developer needs to securely process payments, and our development team is working hard to ensure everything is ready when third-party payments are allowed in the App Store. Try our platform for free or request a demo to learn more.