siliconindia Mobile Application Conference on Oct 31

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 30 September 2009, 02:05 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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siliconindia Mobile Application Conference on Oct 31
Bangalore: siliconindia is organizing a Mobile Application Conference (MAC) on October 31, 2009 in Bangalore. The Conference will explore the new opportunities that are emerging and ask the larger questions of the industry leaders within mobile, shedding some light on where the industry is headed and how entrepreneurs and developers can take advantage.

The mobile app market is thriving. Hundreds of handsets are capable of installing and running apps, and a slew of big-name app stores are striving to compete. It is expected that the market for mobile applications will be "as big as the internet", peaking at 10 million apps in 2020. The excitement around mobile applications is going to have a major impact on our economy, and our way of life.

In the backdrop of this, siliconindia is organizing this full-day event, where some of the brightest minds in mobile technology will discuss the future of mobile technology. There is a line up of interesting panels like Mobile applications explode; Who wins and who loses?; Beyond Ringtones; Paid vs Free Apps - How to grow your app into a real business; Mobile Marketing.

Over 800 of the most interesting mobile developers, investors, executives, entrepreneurs, marketers, carriers, content developers and aggregators, and advertisers are expected to attend this conference-cum-expo. Attendees can look forward to in-depth discussion, debate and power networking.

Several companies developing mobile applications like Wirkle, ObjectSol Technologies mobikwik, iPath Technologies, Symbioum Technologies and many more will showcase some of the coolest apps they have developed for various platforms. Navteq is one of the sponsoring companies.

There are limited seats. One can register for FREE at

WHEN: October 31, 2009 (Saturday)
TIME: 9 AM to 6 PM
WHERE: NIMHANS Convention Center, Near Diary Circle, Bangalore

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