Events: LBS, Telco2.0 brainstorm, Mobile communities and UGC

October 8, 2007 at 10:53 am 2 comments

events.PNGMobile events in the coming month include Location Based Services in Madrid, Spain 8-11 Oct. The event is run by IRR and includes speakers from Orange, Vodafone and a couple of companies we have featured on inbabble.com Seeker Wireless and Shozu.

From 16-18th this month is the Telco2.0 executive brainstorm in London. This event is interactive rather than a series of “sit and listen” sessions. There are various streams which include the strategy and business models around mobile advertising and marketing, messaging, and also social networking. Cisco, Intel and Alcatel-Lucent are included as supporters of the event.

In exactly one month from 7-8th of November is the Mobile Communities and User Generated Content conference in London. The event will address the issues for mobile communities and user-generated content success. This includes business models, role of advertising, moderating communities and optimising the consumer experience. Speakers include MySpace, Yahoo, Peperoni and Admob (see our coverage).

For those who plan further ahead the following events are over 1-2 months away:

27-28 Nov 2007: Mobile Instant Messaging, London, UK
28-30 Nov 2007: Mobile WiMAX – The Global Conference, Cannes, France.
26 – 29 Nov 2007: VoIP & wVoIP World Congress 2007, Madrid, Spain
26 – 29 Nov 2007: Mobile Advertising, Budapest, Hungary
3-6 Dec 2007: Mobile TV 2007, Berlin, Germany

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2 Comments

  • 1. Jerome  |  October 9, 2007 at 1:05 pm

    What about Futur of Mobile conf. in London Nov. 18th:
    http://future-of-mobile.com

  • 2. inbabble  |  October 9, 2007 at 7:29 pm

    Good point… will add them to the events listing…


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