Mobile in Boston
25 Oct 2012
This event will feature a fast-paced panel discussion about recent trends in mobile investment. Which companies are getting funded? What sectors of mobile are bringing in the most investment? Our discussion includes:
Andrew Paradise, Lookout Gaming and Aislebuyer acquired by Intuit April 2012
David Beisel, Nextview Ventures
Carl Stjernfeldt, Castile Ventures
Nilanjana Bhowmik, Longworth Venture Partners
Kent Bennett, Bessemer Venture Partners
Time/Date: November 5th from 6.30 to 9pm
Location: Nutter offices in the Seaport
Cost: Free evening event
Are you founding a company or looking for investment? You may want to attend TCN’s FastTrack. It’s an afternoon half-day program in the same venue as the Mobile Monday event and led by a group of experienced investors and entrepreneurs.
Agenda for the TCN Event (Separate Registration Required)
Founder’s Story: Jerry King – Former COO, Where.com
Angel and Venture Term Sheet Negotiation:
Raj Aggarwal, Localytics
Jim Woodward, Angel Investor
Michelle Basil, Nutter
Alex Glovsky, Nutter
IP Issues for Mobile:
Rod Forter, Skyhook Wireless
Ron Cahill, Nutter
Mobile Marketing and Distribution:
Chuck Goldman, Apperian
Ryan Moore, Atlas Ventures
Financial Projections and Pitching:
Alicia Amaral, Scalar Partners
Heather Onstott, LaunchCapital
Jeremy Halpen, Nutter
TCN Event Time: November 5th from Noon to 5:30pm
TCN Event Cost: $100 (Register at TCN’s website)
18 Oct 2012
Join David Beisel of Nextview, Carl Stjernfeldt of Castile Ventures, and other investors for a discussion about which mobile companies are receiving investments and why.
(free evening event)
This event follows an afternoon program by TCN called the Mobile Fast Track
A half-day program for mobile entrepreneurs who are starting companies and raising capital. Speakers include the COO of Where.com, CEO of Localytics, General Counsel of Skyhook Wireless, Founder of Apperian, and many others.
($100 for TCN’s half-day program)
A discussion on mobile wallets featuring the VP of Dunkin’ Brands, Head of Mobile for MasterCard, Director Strategic accounts for PayPal, CMO of CorFire, and the Director of Mobile at Staples.
(free for MoMo with code ‘MITMoMo’)
A collaboration between Mobile Monday and Webinno celebrating another great year for mobile.
(free evening event)
We’ve got a huge mobile marketing event in the works! Contact us if you have a mobile marketing story, an app or service to demo, or you’d like to get involved as a sponsor.
Registration opens soon…
17 Sep 2012
We’re continuing our new monthly schedule with a Demo Night of new companies on the Boston startup scene. The format will be rapid fire demo’s and the featured companies include…
TalkTo which lets you communicate with businesses via text message, in April they raised $3m from Matrix Partners. SessionM creates a gamification layer for mobile apps, they recently raised $20m led from Charles River Ventures. SummerCamp has a playfully off-color game by a couple of game gurus from the former 38 Studios. Owlchemy Labs are SEGA-published Boston game developers who will show off their latest creation. Timbre is a local live music app which that appeared during a hackathon and was swiftly techcrunched. Ubersense enables mobile collaboration between athletes and coaches, they recently raised $1.1 from Atlas, Google, and Boston Seed Capital.
Doors open at 6pm. Presentations begin around 7pm. Networking resumes from 8-9pm.
As always, Mobile Monday is free for attendees and speakers. This event is supported by our sponsor Kinvey.
14 Sep 2012
Thanks everyone for coming to the mobile design session! It was record attendance for a Labs event.
We’ve uploaded the mobile design presentations to a Mobile Monday Google Drive folder. (Note: This link requires you to login on some mobile devices, apparently a Google Drive bug)
We’re liking Ned Devine’s as the venue and are planning more events there. And yes, we are putting ourselves on a monthly schedule.
27 Aug 2012
We’re kicking off the fall mobile schedule with a Mobile Monday Labs event are focused on technical topics in mobile. This event will feature several technical presentations on mobile design. Bring your questions.
Doors open at 6pm, presentations begin around 7pm.
Dan Williams, Chief Product Officer, Isabella Products – Emerging aspects of user interface including context awareness, sensory perception, and motion.
Adrian Mendoza, Co-founder, Marlin Mobile – Responsive design workflow, usage, prototyping, and performance optimization.
George White, Principal Consultant and Technical Architect, Cantina – Real world aspects of implementing flexible, mobile and future-friendly sites through responsive design.
As always, Mobile Monday is free to attendees and speakers thanks to our sponsors.
MBTA near Downtown Crossing (Red, Orange), Gov’t Center (Green), and State (Blue, Orange).
There is parking at 75 State Street Garage located on Broad Street. Open 24 Hours. $3 OFF with Faneuil Hall Marketplace merchant/store validation on weekdays. $12 PARKING after 5:00PM on weekdays and all day Saturday, Sunday and select holidays with Faneuil Hall Marketplace merchant/store validation. Or try one of the coupons at Boston Central Parking at 47 Broad Street: http://boston.centralparking.com/Restaurants/Boston-Ned-Devines-Parking.html
14 Jun 2012
Come see 40 of Boston’s early stage mobile companies on June 25th at the MIT Museum.
Our exhibiting companies include:
30 Hands Learning
At-Hand Apps, LLC
Cogent Mobile, Inc.
Green Door Labs Inc.
Green Mountain Digital
Mobinett Interactive, Inc.
Mosec, Mobile Secretary
VC News Daily
Whim Things To Do Inc.
Attendees can register here.
21 May 2012
Not an early stage mobile company but want to get a booth? Consider a sponsorship and help support this free community event. Contact us to learn more at email@example.com.
General Questions? Visit the Mobile Monday Boston website or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
9 Apr 2012
On April 23rd 6:30pm, Mobile Monday Boston is going to have a special event called the Mobile Pitch Challenge.
We’ll have some of Boston’s newest early stage mobile startups give pitches to a panel of mobile investors. The presentations will be followed by commentary and audience voting.
Our judges are three of Boston venture finest who also have prior experience on the other side of the fence as mobile entrepreneurs:
Our presenting companies are new early stage startups:
Thumbs Up – www.thumbsupapp.com
PrescribableApps – www.prescribableapps.com
Cogent Mobile – www.cogentmobile.com
29GO – www.flightsocial.net
RepeatReceipt – www.repeatreceipt.com
Spectacle – www.getmosec.com
Codex Development – http://www.codexdev.com
Date and Time: Monday, April 23rd at 6:30pm
[Note: The original email listed the wrong hotel, the event is at the Omni Parker.]
Location: Omni Parker Hotel (map)
Public transportation: Near Park Street (Green line and Red Line) and Downtown Crossing (Orange Line)
Parking: Nearby garages include http://www.pialleygarage.com
Cost: Free (registration required)
We are thankful to Nokia for sponsoring this event. We’ll soon be announcing some great local content around Nokia and Windows Phone.
1 Mar 2012
On April 23rd, Mobile Monday Boston is going to have a special event: The Mobile Pitch Challenge.
In this event, early stage start-ups will pitch for 90 seconds to a panel of mobile investors about why they have the most awesome mobile product in Boston. The short pitches will be followed by Q&A and an audience choice award. Should be fun!
Do you have an early stage start-up that you would like to present? Then go to our registration page at bit.ly/ww8C8F
We are looking for few volunteers to help us with this event. Please send an email to email@example.com if you are interested in helping out.
We will open our registration to the general public in a few weeks.
Thanks to Nokia for sponsoring this event and making it possible.
21 Feb 2012
Doors open at 6pm. Event begins at 6.30pm and runs until 9pm. Light food will be served.
Vivox Office in Downtown Crossing
109 Kingston Street, 2nd Floor, Boston, MA (map)
Public transportation: 5 minute walk from South Station (Red Line and commuter rail), Chinatown (Orange Line), and Boylston (Green Line).
Parking garages are available in the neighborhood, if we find any good deals we’ll post them.
Thanks to our sponsors for making this event possible.