Internet and Mobile Association of India’s [IAMAI] Annual India Digital Awards (IDA) cover the entire gamut of commercial activities around internet and mobile. Under the award, outstanding individuals and companies in the digital space will be recognized annually.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com 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.
Ford India is currently running a road trip called Ford Figo discover Smart drive, a month long road trip from Chandigarh to Chennai, where in 4 lucky couples are selected to Drive the Figo, one week each.
The event is leveraged effectively online, mainly in Figo’s facebook page and twitter. The road trip has been of great success so far and Figo’s facebook page is looking to double its fan count very soon. Figo’s fanbase was about 8000+ at the beginning of the month and currently nearing 15k level.
We congratulate Ford India for this success and the observation serves as a testimony that offline events can be effectively leveraged online. Figo’s Discover India smart drive has been running lots of contests online, on facebook, orkut and twitter, giving away prizes like Nokia phones and so on, actively engaging the fans, in sync with the road trip happening on the field. October 2010 hasn’t ended yet, so we can expect the number to keep shooting up.
The Madras Naturalists’ Society, World Wide Fund – India, Tamil Nadu State and British Council jointly present various programmes to celebrate the Wildlife Week 2010 and the International Year of Biodiversity.
The event is from 30th September 2010 to 7th October 2010.Film-maker Mr. Shekar Dattatri Inaugurated this program on 30th September and he shared some interesting things about his new film “Truth About Tigers”. Everyday evening 6.30 to 7.30 Wild Film Screening will happen (open to all).
On 1st October Wildlife Film-making Workshop by Mr. Shekar Dattatri happened for Viscom and Film Institute Students.
“Celebrating Biodiversity” is a Theme for Poster Presentation by School students. Ten to Fifteen schools students participated and each school presented a poster.
A Media Workshop for School Children’s Organized by International Climate Champions will take place at British Council as a part of a Wildlife Week Celebration on 6th October 2010. Registration required for the participation. It has three categories that are Journalism, Radio, and Photography. Students from classes VI to VIII can participate in this event. People from International Climate Champions are going to train the students in this Media Workshop.