Connected people workshop @ Lift10
When: Thursday (exceptionally not Monday!) May 6, 2010 , 18:00 (program begins at 18:30) to 21:00 Location: Conference Centre Varembé (CCV), 9-11 rue de Varembé, Geneva, Switzerland Map
Mobile Monday workshop at Lift10 Mobile Monday Switzerland workshop will bring mobility at the heart of the Lift10 conference addressing 1000 participants from 40 countries. This year’s topic “Connected People” is just the right one for mobile innovation: people. Known as end-users, consumers, clients, participants, prosumers, citizens or activists, people ultimately define the success of all technological and entrepreneurial projects. Come and discuss with us social and cultural success factors and the technology cocktail of smartphones, application stores. And enjoy drinks and cocktail with Lift and MoMo “mobile connected people“. They will present their views on the following topics :
- Communities : Web 2.0 celebrated the so-called “amateur revolution” and triggered the “Mobile Web“. What did we learn in the past 5 years? How is the mobile Web progressing and what are social / technical challenges ahead?
- Old new media : Newspapers are struggling, TV is not sure of what the future holds, Music consumption has moved away from the major record companies. What is the role of mobile media and entertainment in this new media space and how will mobile engage people?
- Evolution of privacy : what is privacy in the 21st Century? Is personal security threatened by the massive collection of data? How much will people share location, phone contacts and real-time messages.
Format for this meeting: Short presentations by MoMo speakers from chapters worldwide, followed by panel.
|Daniel Appelquist, Vodafone Group R&D Daniel is Founder at MobileMonday London and technology strategist leading Social Media Research at Vodafone Group R&D. Co-founder of W3C Mobile Web Initiative. He will present best pratices for moving ahead. Web site , Blog|
|Sivakumar Kuppusamy, net mobile, NTT DoCoMo Sivakumar Kuppusamy is head of R&D at net mobile. He has a passion for mobile and for innovative technologies and services in mobile industry. He wonders about users getting crazier than ever with mobile Web and apps. He will give his perspective on mobile and Web convergence. Web site|
|Monty Metzger, Founder & CEO, Ahead of Time Monty Metzger is an Entrepreneur, Blogger and Trend-Scout, currently CEO at Ahead of Time. He studied Business Administration in Germany and Switzerland and specialized early on Electronic Marketing.The presentation will cover future of mobile media and current trends. Web site , Blog, Profile, Twitter|
|Katrin Verclas, MobileActive.org Katrin Verclas loves all things mobile. She is the co-founder and editor of MobileActive.org, a global network of practitioners using mobile phones for social impact.Katrin is currently working on mobile projects in governance, accountability, and political participation in emerging democracies. She has written widely on mobile phones in citizen participation and civil society organizations, mobile phones in health and for development. She is a co-author of Wireless Technology for Social Change, a report on trends in mobile use by NGOs with the UN Foundation and Vodafone Group Foundation, and author of A Mobile Voice: The Use of Mobile Phones in Citizen Media. Web site , Blog, Twitter|
|Peter Vesterbacka, Smallbazaar Peter´s tag line is â€œchange the worldâ€. He started 10 years ago by launching a mobile bazaar and founding Mobile Monday community that we know it today. His current mobile start-ups rock the way movies are produced, interact with 4-years children in kindergarten and bring new ideas to venture incubation. Web site , Profile|
|Jukka Kiiskinen, Nokia
Jukka is head of internet services at Nokia and will discuss their perspective on new media. Nokia has for many years connected people, places and services. New Ovi developpers competitions and devices like Nokia N8, enable people to create compelling content, connect to social networks and enjoy Web TV programs or Ovi Store apps.
Registration Our MoMo workshop will be free as usual. MoMo Switzerland members can attend Lift10 at 20% discount. Please register to the MoMo event to receive the discount code before registering at MoMo.
Sponsor : Thank you to our sponsor who help make this a free event.