Under the Radar for Mobile startups – call for companies

UTR_logo_149x64If you’re a hot shot mobile company — I can think of quite a few I know who are reading — then it might be worth taking a look at the Under the Radar event for Mobile Startups.

Dealmaker Media, the company behind the event, have put out a call for companies. Anyone can enter. See below for the details or register here.

Dealmaker Media is announcing a CALL FOR COMPANIES for our ninth Under the Radar one-day event, featuring 32 emerging Mobile startups, on November 15, 2007, at the Microsoft Campus in Mountain View, CA.
Submissions are due by August 17, 2007.

Nominate Here

Mobility Categories we are interested in:
* Advertising
* Commerce
* Mobile payment
* Messaging
* Measurement tools
* Search/Find
* Social Networking
* Gaming
* Video
* Communities
* Content Delivery Platforms
* Virtual worlds
* VOIP/voice

Criteria for Company Selection
* Unique value proposition
* Ability to monetize product/business
* Large market opportunity
* Must still be considered “under the radar”
* Company must be an actual startup – not a new product from a large company
* Series A or less in funding
* Beta and beyond – must have a customer/beta testers/or using the product in the market

Audience Profile
The 350 participants include CEOs, investment bankers, corporate and business development executives from public companies, VCs, industry analysts, service firms, and press. The audience demographics comprise:

* Private Companies – 35%
* Senior Execs – 22%
* VCs – 26%
* Press/Analysts – 10%
* Service Providers – 5%
* Other – 2%

About Under the Radar

Under the Radar began as an evening networking event in April 2003. After months of sold-out events, we were urged by our network of executives and VCs to create a full-day event: effectively a one-stop shop to evaluate and explore new business opportunities, partnerships, potential investments, and trends in several technology sectors. In 2007, IBDNetwork became Dealmaker Media, and Under the Radar continues to be one of the most respected and attended technology conferences in Silicon Valley.

By Ewan

Ewan is Founder and Editor of Mobile Industry Review. He writes about a wide variety of industry issues and is usually active on Twitter most days. You can read more about him or reach him with these details.

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