Ease into the week by spending Sunday afternoon, 23 February 2014, with us looking at mobile innovation from all aspects of mobile. Short talks, demos and plenty opportunities to mingle with your fellow mobilists, this relaxed session should whet your appetite for what will be a fantastic week in Barcelona.
Sponsorship opportunities still available. Please get in touch with Helen to discuss.
Seats are limited. 5 Euro to attend, payable in cash on the door, and this includes one drink (house beer, house wine or a soft drink). Pay bar available for additional drinks. RSVP required. Please note that your registration details will be shared with our sponsors and event partners.
**To apply for one of the demo spots, please fill in the form here.**
Each demo will be 2 minutes with 2 minutes for questions. The format is show and tell style rather than a formal investment pitch although investors are likely to be in the room.
We’re still finalising the agenda, which demos you’ll see and exact timings and it is subject to change. It’ll be along these lines…
2.30pm – Doors open. Networking.
3.10pm – Welcome from your hosts and sponsors
3.20pm – Demos – we have space for up to 5 demos in this session
3.50pm Networking break
4.20pm Demos. We have space for up 5 demos in this session
5.30pm Event finishes
This is a Heroes of the Mobile Fringe Event. Photo by Thomas Hawk. Used under Creative Commons Licence.
About our event partners
Design for Social Change: Design for Social Change (D4SC) is a studio for hyper-local community operating systems for smart cities and citizens co-creating with brands, local businesses and councils to boost local economies. D4SC’s alpha product, Changify, is a mobile crowd-powered platform for better neighbourhoods. It has been featured in Wired, TedX City 2.0 and is currently in pilot phase in London. D4SC has been recently awarded the prestigious Post Office Community Enterprise fund to re-imaging and prototype the future of the local post office. www.changify.org | https://twitter.com/D4SC
SSN+: from the PCs to mobile networks, true technical revolution don’t happen when the right technologies emerge, but when the right people meet. RCUK funded Digital Economy Sustainable Society Network+ is dedicated to establishing connections between the right people to help drive the use of ICT for a Sustainable Society. Find out more here.