Mobile Monday Delhi holding its 3rd Meet


Mobile Monday is a open community of mobile professionals and enthusiasts. It is a forum to network, share knowledge and discuss developments in the mobile world.Founded in Helsinki (Finland) in 2000, it has more than 25 chapters worldwide.

Its objectives are to

a)Promote local mobile industry, entrepreneurs and technologies
b)Facilitate networking, cooperation, partnerships and business development
c)Foster cooperation among individuals, academia and industry
d)Educate public about mobility through events, online presence and media partnerships

Mobile Monday’s Delhi Chapter aims to bring together mobile enthusiasts, developers, technologists, business folks, entrepreneurs, VCs under a common forum. The chapter would channelize efforts to develop an active mobile community that can network and share information

Mobile Monday’s Delhi Chapter is organising its third meet on 26th May at Abobe Noida.

Mobile Monday is for you if you are a

1)Mobile Developer (Application/Middleware/System/Hardware) or Enthusiast (Gamer/Power User/User in general and want a feature implemented)
2)Mobile Service Provider or Content Provider or Content Aggregator
3)Venture Capitalist, Technocrat, Entrepreneur
4)If ou are regular reader of this blog 🙂

For more info visit http://momodelhi.pbwiki.com/MoMo3

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1 Comment »

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