Well it seems like only yesterday when we threw open our Swedish Beers doors to the onslaught of 2012’s Barcelona event. There was a queue going round the block, Policemen dropping by for a chat and too much fun had by all! So buckle up, get ready and roll up your drinking sleeves (soft drinks also available!) for the next episode planned for Wednesday 27th @ 7pm.
Swedish Beers are proud to announce their stellar line up of fantastic supporters. You know you will be greeted with warm hearts and cold beers at our usual, much loved home Dos Trece. So come and chew the mobile fat with the who’s who in the mobile industry. Let us introduce you…
Our lead sponsor once again is Millennial Media. And if you haven’t met them already, they’re specialists in premium mobile advertising and have a mobile advertising and data platform. They’re a super-friendly bunch and are very knowledgeable too. And as lead sponsor, yet again! we’re thrilled to have them back. They’ll obviously have the most beer tokens too. Look out for Gavin, Stephen and the rest of the team. http://millennialmedia.com/
Next is the wonderful loyalty experts Aimia, who understand customers like no-one else. They have built a business from the ground up through growing a single frequent-flyer program into a global leader in loyalty management offering a full suite of services. The lovely Katie Lips will be on hand with her crew and would love to chat mobile loyalty, mobile marketing, key trends and even geek out over a device or too. http://aimia.com/
AQL are the legends for taking their clients existing business and integrating fantastic mobile messaging and voice communications solutions efficiently. They own all their own datacenters and networks making sure that all of their solutions are robust and rock solid. They’re also big fans of Swedish Beers and are back again to sponsor the party. Come and check them out and meet with Adam and Team AQL. http://aql.com
Pearson are up next and you all know this well-known name in publishing through titles including FT.com and Penguin books. They also have an extremely successful educational division that is growing exponentially. Come and meet the wonderful Tom, Diana and some of the innovation team.
Adeven are the real time data experts with solutions that are based in a deep understanding of what is required to deliver a robust analysis – all in real time. There’s not much they don’t know about how mobile advertising is working. Come and learn more about what they provide in an understandable way with the team.
Last, but by no means least, come and check out Apadmi who build amazing mobile apps for the likes of the BBC and other heavy hitters. They provide innovative and cost-effective integrated mobile applications and solutions through a long-standing expertise across multiple mobile platforms. Come and meet Nick Black and Adam Fleming, the original founders and find out more about their cracking company and chew the fat with them over a beer or three. Like our previous events, this is a relaxed evening, no formalities, no presentations, no business cards thrust in your face as soon as you arrive. Just come with an open mind, be prepared to see friends old and new, talk nonsense, enjoy a drink or five and have yourself a good time. Oh, and leave the ties, the corporate personas and the sales spiel at the door please. The Swedish Beers crew will be on hand – Helen, Jenny, Russell and the crew – as well as the friendliest bar staff in town are all waiting to welcome you. No need to RSVP unless you want to. There’s no guest list, no tickets and there’s no guaranteed entry. Just come and go as you please. It is likely to get a bit busy at times. But don’t worry, people will be coming in and out all evening. That’s kind of the point as we know there’s always a lot going on and you might want to check out more that one party. If it’s very busy, there’s no need to queue to get in. Just check out one of the other bars nearby and come back a little later when it’s a bit less frantic. Please note, RSVP’ing on eventbrite or Facebook does not guarantee you entry. It’ll just help you keep track of the venue, timings and other relevant details of the event and you’ll get an automatic reminder of the event by email from eventbrite registrations.