Add your event – it’s free!
If you’re running an event in Barcelona and would like to include it in the festival, please add your details here. There is currently no charge to add your event, all we ask is that you link back to us and tell people that your event is part of the festival. We’ll give you a logo and a URL to do that.
It doesn’t matter what type of event it is or how large or small it is. All welcome. Whether it’s a geek meet-up for 10 people, a big party, a panel session, a round-table discussion, a half-day conference, a barcamp, a developer jam session or something else, we don’t mind. We just want to include the most interesting and relevant events that add to the festival vibe – and not just the parties (although they’re very important too, as Swedish Beers fans will no doubt tell you).
As a helper
There are other ways to get involved too. We need more venues to run events (maybe you have an office locally, or maybe you’re running an event in the afternoon and we could use the same venue in the morning for something else), we also need helpers at each event for things like manning the registration desk or handing out badges, or looking after special guests. And any help with marketing is also much appreciated. No offer of help is too small! If that sounds like you, please tell us here. Also, if we’ve already talked about you getting involved as a helper, we may have forgotten. It’s useful for us to see who’s on board to have all the names and contact details in one place.
There is still time to join the festival as a sponsor. And as part of that, we can help with organising your event or get you involved in one of the events we’re hands-on with. We’ll be announcing our first sponsors shortly. Get yourself more coverage and kudos and be part of this innovative festival. Please get in touch with Helen Keegan to discuss. Options available for all budgets.
Be a media or community partner
We are also putting together our media and community partnerships right now. Perhaps you’d like to be a media partner alongside GoMoNews, Mobile Groove, GrowVC, MEF, Mobile Monday Global, TheFonecast.com, Mobile Marketing Magazine and many more. That way we can help each other engage with the mobile community and help them get even more out of being in Barcelona at this very busy time. Please get in touch with Helen Keegan to discuss.
Keep in touch
Follow the festival action on twitter. We have a facebook page too (all ‘likes’ are much appreciated and it means we show up in your feed from time to time).You can sign up to our newsletter (at the top of this site) and we’ll update you shortly with news of our first sponsors and first confirmed events and partners.
Thank you for your support for the first festival and other Heroes events in 2012. It hasn’t gone unnoticed. We’re very excited about the 2013 festival and hope you are too and will join in the fun in February.
Disclaimer: This initiative is not officially sponsored by, supported by or associated with GSMA Ltd or with Mobile World Congress.