Is that every concert you’ve ever seen in your pocket? Yup. And Rush Doshi, founder of SuperGlued, says that’s just the start of your personalized concert tour.

There is one thing that we know about mobile – it is personal and Rush Doshi feels it is as personal as your taste in music.

As a live music lover this is the perfect blend of real-life fandom with the powerful and personal mobile you carry with you. SuperGlued takes the best of our personal live music career and captures the dates, setlists, photos, videos, vibe, conversation, community and all those other “in the moment” moments from a live show for you to relive and share – all through your smartphone.

SuperGlued is a perfect example of the business model we are seeing more of now – a natural extension to mobile from web-based applications. Rush shares his experiences during this transition, the business model behind his latest endeavour and how he is, and plans on, generating revenue.

Great conversation between two music and mobile fans!


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About Rush Doshi
Rush Doshi
Rush Doshi is the Cofounder of SuperGlued. Prior to founding SuperGlued, Rush spent 10 years in marketing and product development at leading new media properties including AOL, Meetup, BlackPlanet, and Bolt and has also served as a digital media consultant for clients including Comcast, XM Radio, and True/Slant. Rush holds an MBA from Georgetown University and a BS from New York University. His favorite all-time concert is Sonic Youth at Beacon Theater in 1994.

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Rob Woodbridge

I'm Rob, the founder of and I've spent 14 years immersed in the mobile and pervasive computing world. During this great time I've helped some of the most innovative companies grow their business through mobile. If you are in need of a mobile business advisor or coach, connect with me here to get things rolling.

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