With a whole series of attention-grabbing mobile events coming up in London in the weeks ahead, you may have been wondering how you will keep track of them all.
So were we, but we’re glad that six of the major events in question – Over the Air, TechHub Mobile Meetup, Sybase Enterprise Mobility Forum, Planet of the Apps, MMA Forum and DroidCon – have joined forces to create the first ever London Mobile Week (you can follow @LDNmobileweek on Twitter).
During that week, the attention of the global mobile industry will be on the UK. The events will cater to every aspect of the mobile industry, from app development to the future of the industry itself – no subject is off limits, as long as it’s mobile!
London Mobile Week – the running order
Over the Air kicks things off in Bletchley Park on 30 September with its geek-out hack event running through to 1 October (and in all probability, that means through the night). Then on Monday 3 October, TechHub takes over, holding the TechHub Mobile Meetup during the afternoon. TechHub is one of London’s foremost networking venues and workspaces. It’s one place you’re guaranteed to meet people you might do business with, including the BlueVia team, who will be there in force.
The Tuesday is where things get busy, with Sybase running its Enterprise Mobility Seminar during the morning (entitled “How mobile apps and tablets will transform your business”) and the Mobile Marketing Association starting its two-day forum. There’s a great line-up of speakers at both events.
Meanwhile, Planet of the Apps kicks off three days of intense focus on mobile app development. This is the second annual Planet of the Apps and its speakers including the CEOs of Rovio, Shazam, Flirtomatic and the Global Digital Directors of Universal Music and London 2012.
Finishing the week off in style, DroidCon takes place over the Thursday and Friday, making Android the centre of attention for a couple of days. Again, it’s a strong speaker line up, including Google, Sony Eriksson, InMobi… and of course, BlueVia.
If you want to find out more about the events during the week, please visit the website. If you are running your own mobile event during the week, please tweet us and we’ll do our best to promote it on your behalf. This is a fantastic example of the mobile industry pulling together – and we want as many people as possible to feel part of it.
Look out for Team BlueVia – we hope to see you at one of the events!