17 Oct 2006

Mobile Monday London November

Mobile Monday London's 1st anniversary event will be held on the 6th of November hosted at Google. As always doors will open at 6pm and we will get the event going by 6.30pm and we will try and jam everything in before the networking reception at 8pm.

The theme for November will be 'Mobile Trends' which will take a view of where we have come from over the last year and where we are going into the next year. We have carefully selected our speakers from well known bloggers in the mobile industry, namely Helen Keegan , Tom Hume and Ajit Jaokar. Plus we have Paul Goode from M:Metrics backing up (or not) these trends with some statistics gathered over the last year.

Registration is now open at database.

See you in November!

7 Oct 2006

Mobile Monday 11

Last Monday's MoMo - kindly sponsored by Bango - attracted around 120 people to the extremely comfortable CBI Conference Centre at London's iconic Centre Point .

We've had fantastic feedback on the event which stimulated a lively Q and A - described by some as "controversial"!

Many thanks indeed to our speakers Ray Anderson from Bango, Barbara Ballard from Little Springs Design, Jan Standal from Opera, Ed Moore from WiderWeb, Amod Dadhich from Jataayu and Richard Marshall from Rapid Mobile Media.

We'll shortly be announcing the details of MoMo 12 - our first birthday - or if you are in San Francisco, you should visit
Mobile2.0 as posted by Dan below.

See you all next month.

6 Oct 2006

Mobile 2 Event Banner

Mobile Monday Silicon Valley and Mobile Monday London are jointly organizing an event, Mobile2.0, on November 6th in San Francisco, focusing on topics like the growth of the mobile Web / mobile Internet, open services, media sharing on the mobile, mobile widgets, mobile Ajax, content adaptation and disruptive innovations in the mobile space. Peter Vesterbacka, the creator of Mobile Monday Helsinki, will be running a segment called "Mobile Launch Pad" where we will showcase small company innovation in the Mobile Space.

It'll be a day-long event, held at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco (near Union Square), starting with breakfast at 8:30 and ending with a reception at the hotel. We have a star line-up of speakers and panellists for the event from all sectors of the industry.

If you're interested in finding out more about the future of the Mobile platform then I urge you to register for the event and join us in San Francisco on the 6th!