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Tonight’s Mobile Monday Paris features some interesting companies

I am going to be taking a stroll down Rue la Fayette shortly — or, more likely — a cab — toward tonight’s Monday Monday Paris event.

My pigeon French is good enough to be able to more-or-less understand the running order tonight:

Four presentations, four visions of the present and the future…

19h : quatre présentations, 4 visions du présent et du futur de la mobilité :
Christian Ehl, Consultant Sales and Business Development Europe, DeviceAnywhere : “Trends and Best Practices in Mobile Application Development”.
Raphaël Goumot, Director of Start-Up programme, Orange : “The Orange Partner Programme”.
Florent Stroppa, Directeur Marketing Produits, Voxmobili : “Phonebook 2.0 : Le carnet d’adresse nouvelle génération sur Android”.
Eric Pichon, CEO, Xelasys Sas : “Xeladico : a word, a click, a whole word”.

I’m not banking on understanding *any* of the presentations apart from the good looking graphics and any on-device demonstrations.

If you find yourself in Paris this evening, come on along.

By Ewan

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2 replies on “Tonight’s Mobile Monday Paris features some interesting companies”

And the agenda/speakers at MoMo London tonight look at least equally interesting!

What have mobile operators done for innovators and developers, lately? Our next MobileMonday London event will explore this issue. The event will be held on March 9th at CBI conference centre (at Centrepoint Tower) at 6:00 pm, sponsored by O2 Litmus and Vodafone. Panelists will include James Parton from O2, Terence Eden from Vodafone, Steve Wolak from Betavine, David Wood from Symbian Foundation and Jo Rabin representing dotMobi. The event will be chaired by Anna Gudmundson from AdIQ and Dan Appelquist will be your host for the evening.
Agenda:

Doors open at 6pm for a prompt 6.30pm start.

There will be a couple of short presentations followed by a panel discussion. Your questions and feedback for this discussion are not only welcomed but encouraged.

And the agenda/speakers at MoMo London tonight look at least equally interesting!

What have mobile operators done for innovators and developers, lately? Our next MobileMonday London event will explore this issue. The event will be held on March 9th at CBI conference centre (at Centrepoint Tower) at 6:00 pm, sponsored by O2 Litmus and Vodafone. Panelists will include James Parton from O2, Terence Eden from Vodafone, Steve Wolak from Betavine, David Wood from Symbian Foundation and Jo Rabin representing dotMobi. The event will be chaired by Anna Gudmundson from AdIQ and Dan Appelquist will be your host for the evening.
Agenda:

Doors open at 6pm for a prompt 6.30pm start.

There will be a couple of short presentations followed by a panel discussion. Your questions and feedback for this discussion are not only welcomed but encouraged.

Sign up at http://115.124.110.177:8080/momolondon/index.jsp

Do the MoMo Paris have a French equivalent of our Helen – the Queen of Mobile Marketing?

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