Mobile 2.0 Europe

Event Info

Thu 17 Jun, 2010 at 9:00am
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
C/ Roc Boronat, 138
Barcelona, 08018, ES (Map)
Cost: EUR 299


The Mobile 2.0 Europe Developer Conference brings together thought leaders and experts from different aspects of the mobile ecosystem. Tailored specifically for mobile/web application developers and technologists this conference will at the same time help startups, investors, mobile carriers, device manufacturers to better understand the latest technologies that will define the mobile market of tomorrow.

The Mobile 2.0 Europe Developer Conference is an opportunity to connect to industry leadership and fellow innovators and broaden your C-level relationships with senior technologists.

A One-Day Event on June 17, 2010 exploring the Future of Mobile Development and Innovation of an ever-changing Mobile Ecosystem, presented by dotopen and the Mobile 2.0 Organizing Committee:

Contact information: rudyatdotopen [dot] com (get in touch) with us.

The Mobile 2.0 Organizing Committee

, Senior Technology Strategist at Vodafone Group

Daniel K. Appelquist is a senior technology strategist at Vodafone Group, where he works on Web and Internet projects and industry activities. He helped to create dotMobi and the W3C Mobile Web Initiative, where he chairs the Mobile Web Best Practices working group. He is also a founder of Mobile Monday London and the Mobile 2.0 conference series, and has spoken on the mobile Web and other topics at numerous conferences and events.

, Principal, Tertius Advisory Services

Gregory is a technology professional with over twenty years of experience in international account management, business strategy and development in the digital media and telecommunications industry. Gregory is a founding partner of Tertius Advisory Services, a San Francisco based wireless consulting firm. His firm advises startups on business strategy, building mobile ecosystem partnerships and fund raising. Among his current roles, he serves as Special Advisor, Strategy and Market Development, Soonr. Prior to founding Tertius Advisory Services, Gregory held management roles at HP and Bell Atlantic where he ensured that complex infrastructure solutions in the OSS/BSS telecommunications market segment met business requirements and delivered better customer service. Gregory holds Juris Doctor degree from Columbus School of Law in Washington, DC and Masters in Advanced European Studies from College of Europe in Belgium. He is an active member of Mobile Monday London and Silicon Valley.

, Co-founder Mobile Monday Silicon Valley

Mike is the organizer and co-founder of the Silicon Valley chapter of Mobile Monday. He’s the former Director of Technology at AdMob, and Co-founder of Mowser (a mobile content adaption service sold to dotMobi in May of 2008). Mike has a particular concentration on open source in mobile solutions, both on the server and device sides, with 13 years of experience architecting and implementing for the web.

, Founder Some Bazaar

Peter is the founder of Some Bazaar, a new approach to building and growing new businesses. Prior to this Peter worked for HP in several communications industry related roles. While at HP Peter founded the HP Mobile E-Services Bazaar, a global innovation & corporate partnership program that BoozAllenHamilton declared an industry benchmark. Peter is also co-founder and the original initiator of MobileMonday.

, Co-founder dotopen / Blogger at mTrends

In the last 10 years, Rudy has been a central figure in the development of the mobile ecosystem as we know it today. Capturing mobile trends with his influential blog, Rudy recently co-founded dotopen, a social platform for decision makers to connect & collaborate. Often invited as a speaker and contributing writer to a number of professional publications, his thoughts and ideas on Mobile 2.0 have gone around, you can view his latest presentations on the subject here. He is also the founder of MobileMonday Barcelona and MobileMonday Madrid, and organizes the Mobile Premier Awards and the AppCircus. Rudy Twitters here.



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