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Mobile Monday and MIT: Opportunities in Mobile Applications (April 6th)

Join us for a special joint event between Mobile Monday Boston and MIT Mobile Club (MoMIT), “Opportunities in Mobile Applications” on Monday, April 6th, at the MIT Morss Hall in Cambridge. Doors open at 6.30pm. Register Now.

Speakers from Boston area mobile companies will discuss the future of mobile applications: How to develop profitable mobile applications? What mobile applications are we still missing? Will there be a killer app?

Following this panel, we will hold a special student showcase, where students from MIT and other universities will present their mobile applications to the general public.


Mike Baker – CEO DataXu, formerly VP Nokia Interactive (CEO Enpocket)


Rich Miner – Partner, Google Ventures

Chuck Goldman – CEO Apperian

Walt Doyle – CEO uLocate

Ted Morgan – CEO Skyhook Wireless

Jeremy Wright – Global Director of Brand Solutions, Nokia

Date: Monday, April 6th, 2009. Doors open at 6.30 pm. Panel starts at 7.30 pm.

Cost: Free – but registration is required to attend. Register Now.
Location: Morss Hall, Walker Memorial, 142 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA  (map)
MBTA: Red Line – Kendall/MIT stop
Parking: Recommended parking at MIT

We are grateful for the support of our sponsor Microsoft Research.

Xconomy Forum Boston

Xconomy wants the Mobile Monday community to know about their upcoming mobile event in Boston. There’s a discount for MoMo members!

Xconomy Forum: The Future of Mobile Innovation in New England
April 7, 1:30 pm-5:00 pm (networking reception to follow event)
Microsoft New England R&D Center, One Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA

With the economy in the tank and customers demanding real value, which mobile companies and innovations will deliver what it takes to persevere and thrive? What applications and services will really improve business productivity? On the consumer side, how can wireless truly make people’s lives better, safer, more convenient, and more fun? Xconomy’s afternoon discussion and networking event will feature panel discussions with local mobile CEOs and CTOs, a fireside chat with luminaries from Google and MIT, and demos of the latest mobile apps from local firms.

Full agenda:

Register (with MoMo discount):