Mobile 2.0 Europe Rückblick

Leider konnte ich wegen aktuellem Projektstress nicht an der Mobile 2.0 Europe teilnehmen, aber hier ein paar Eindrück davon:

Some notes from the Mobile 2.0 conference (Nokia Conversations)

Europe’s Mobile startups come together (TechCrunch)

Mobile 2.0 Europe: exploring the future of mobile (The Next Web)

Mobile 2.0: Rummble, Zipiko and Dial2Do shine, but venture capitalists express caution (VentureBeat)

Mobile Europe 2.0: Recreational Mobile Search, Intention Broadcasting & Much More; The Future Is Here, But Will MVNOs Like Blyk Drive It? (mSearchGroove)

mobile 2.0 – VC panel summary (Tony Fish)

Mobile 2.0 – The Conversation in the Wireless Industry Becomes A Shouting Match (Max Niederhofer)

(Dan’s Blog)
Open Business Models at Mobile 2.0 Europe
Early Stage Startups at Mobile 2.0 Europe
Mobile 2.0 Europe Kicks Off

Mobile 2.0: following up on the operator perspective (blog cpinto)

Zipipop wins at Mobile 2.0 Europe (Arctic Startup)

The Electric Knife Syndrome (Charlie Schick)

Shout’Em after Mobile 2.0 Europe (Five Minutes)

Recap: Mobile 2.0 Europe (Cultureslurp)

Rummble: A Unique Play On A Location-Based Mobile Search Engine (GPS Obsessed)

[tce] mobile 2.0 europe takedown (Vitor Domingos)

Live from Mobile 2.0 in Barcelona (Federic Dummeny)

Events Mobile 2.0

Mobile Web2.0 Summit

Nächste Woche findet in London der Mobile Web(2.0) Summit statt. Die Konferenz scheint ein echter Geheimtipp zu sein, wenn man sie die hochkarätigen Panels ansieht. Intention des Events ist das Mobile Web2.0 zu verstehen, ergründen und zu definieren:

Clarify the principles of Mobile Web 2.0 and understand how to create the business models required for an enduring industry

Determine who has value in the value chain and discover

Find out what tools can be used to understand the Mobile

Explore the role and revenue potential of Mobile Web 2.0 in advertising and brand impact

Discuss how to ensure excellent end to end user experience

Examine what social networking means from a mobile
perspective and how to monetise user created content

Discover the realities of billing models surrounding Mobile Web 2.0 and their impact on the market

Compare the world of PC and Mobile Web and determine how
Web 2.0 and Mobile Web 2.0 will share content

Hear from the latest start-ups and their ideas for the newest applications and services

Learn about the next generation platforms and enablement and the implications for Mobile Web 2.0

Dazu gibt es schon ein interessantes Event Blog das schon jetzt mit Beiträgen gefüllt ist.

Mobile 2.0 Research

Juniper prognostiziert Wachstum von Mobile2.0

Juniper wagt einen Blick in die Kristallkugel und prognostiziert Mobile Web2.0 einen rasanten Wachstum:

* Total global revenues for mobile social networking/user generated content services will rocket from $1.8 billion in 2008, to $11.2 billion in 2013, accounting for 50% of the market.
* Service revenues will account for the lion’s share of total Mobile Web 2.0 revenues, although mobile advertising represents a significant opportunity.
* Far East & China, Western Europe and North America dominate the global market for Mobile Web 2.0, but will be surpassed by the developing regions over the forecast period.

Gut, dass der Begriff Mobile Web2.0 so unscharf ist. In der Studie sind ja sämtliche Trends nach 2005 damit gemeint!

Events Mobile 2.0

Mobile 2.0 Europe in Barcelona

Die Mobile2.0 Konferenz verschlägt es wie die Web2.0 Konferenz nun auch nach Europa. Und natürlich ist der Austragungsort Barcelona. Organisiert wird sie von den sicher bekannten Daniel Appelquist, Gregory Gorman, Mike Rowehl, Peter Vesterbacka und Rudy De Waele. Man kann sich weiters auf Keynotes von folgenden Herrschaften freuen:

* Tony Fish, AMF Ventures
* Dr. Maximilian Niederhofer, Associate, Atlas Venture
* Inma Martinez, Director and Principal Advisor, Stradbroke Advisor
* Anil Hansjee, Head of Corporate Development – EMEA, Google Inc.
* Mike Butcher, editor TechCrunch UK & Ireland
* Chris Liu, Managing Director, Fjord
* Leif Fågelstedt, COO, Blyk
* Ilja Laurs, Founder & CEO of GetJar
* Antonio Vince Staybl, CEO GoFresh
* Raimo van der Klein, Co-founder SPRXmobile
* Martin Duval, CEO bluenove / Director of the Orange Start-Up Program
* Carlos Domingo, General Director of Telefonica R+D labs
* Unai Iturburu, Head of Vodafone Spain R&D

Tip: Bis zum Ende dieses Monats kostet die Teilnamegebühr nur 99€.