Have you got that killer app that can take the world by storm? Got great ideas but need funds/help in executing them? Here’s an opportunity for you.
IAMAI is organising 2nd edition of Mobile Application Developers’ Meet on 23 November 2010 at Vel Tech University at Chennai.
As part of the seminar, IAMAI has scheduled for a session to promote application developers in the country. Each developer shall get 10 minutes to make a presentation. There shall be no fee charged to the presenting developer and his team to make the presentation or attend the seminar.
In addition to making the presentation, IAMAI is also providing an opportunity to display your applications at the App room at the venue. Selected developers’ shall get to either make the presentation or display their apps at the app room.
Mobile Application Developers may send in their entries to Mr Gaurav Chopra or Mr Kalyan Biswas at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org respectively. Developers need to send a brief note (not more than 100 words) about their applications, video link/ website about the apps, Number of downloads/customer base, revenue model and current partners. Entries of only those applications must be sent which are live and running. The last date for submission is 19 November 2010.
Attention all mobile application developers in Chennai, block your calendar for Nov 23rd, for an event you shouldn’t miss.
After the success of the 1st Mobile Application Developers’ Meet in Bengaluru, IAMAI (Internet and Mobile Association of India) is organizing a Seminar for Mobile Applications Developers’ to provide a common platform to deliberate upon the opportunities and challenges of growth pertaining to the mobile applications services in India.
The seminar, to be held on 23rd Nov 2010 in Chennai, India, endeavours to recognize the way ahead to promote and project the growth in the field of mobile applications’ development with the help of an impressive line-up of experts as speakers. The seminar will also set a stage to encourage innovators and developers to offer an impetus to the industry which is undergoing revolution of sorts and proving to be an attractive revenue generator.
The event is free for all, but prior registration is mandatory. Please register here at http://iamai.in/Events/2nd_mobile_application_developer/register.aspx
Date: 23rd Nov 2010
Venue: Vel Tech University, Avadi, Chennai
The event has several prominent speakers including
» Sunil Rao, Head of Forum, Nokia India
» Prabha Aithal, Chief Technology Officer, CanvasM
» Badri Sanjeevi, Chief Executive Officer, Mauj
» Sandeep Sawhney, Head of New product & Innovation, Aircel Ltd
» Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Chairman & Managing Director, One97
Speed dating, wherein participants get to meet the speakers One to One, is also part of the agenda
More details at http://iamai.in/Events/2nd_mobile_application_developer/
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