Many thanks to all who attended our 22 October event – the presentations are now available for download. It was super to have everyone out for a great evening. Also: a quick “welcome aboard” to the folks in Moscow and Frankfurt who held their debut events on that very same evening – and we also see that Madrid just launched last night.. 😎
MoMo Tokyo returns to the ultramodern Canadian embassy venue in Akasaka for our upcoming Shichi-Go-San event on 12 November with presentations from smartphone makers RIM and HTC. Those who attended last year know it’s a fantastic venue and we expect this will be yet another great evening for our local mobile community members!
Special Guest Speakers – Now updated with event video below
John McAndrews – Senior Technical Account Manager – RIM .PPT
John McAndrews joined Research In Motion (RIM), in May 2001, as a Technical Account Manager. With a solid background working with Information Technology Solutions, John brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to assist BlackBerry Enterprise Customers. Currently John is on assignment with Research In Motion Japan LTD to assist clients and partners in analyzing, planning and deploying the BlackBerry solution in corporate environments. Before joining RIM, John worked as a Senior Systems Consultant with Quest Software, primarily with focus on assisting customers in designing/implementing a migration strategy for Microsoft Windows and Exchange 2000. John received his Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Western International University and is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer.
Jennifer Chang – General Manager – HTC Nippon K.K. .PPT
HTC Corp. is the world’s leading provider of Microsoft Windows Mobile based smart devices. Founded in 1997 by Cher Wang, Chairwoman, and Peter Chou, President and CEO, HTC made its name as the company behind many of the most popular operator-branded devices on the market. It has established unique partnerships with key mobile brands, including leading global operators. It has also brought products to market with industry leading OEM partners and, since June 2006, under its own HTC brand. Since launching its own brand 12 month ago, the company has introduced more than a dozen HTC-branded products across the world. The company produces powerful handsets that continually push the boundaries to provide true mobility and freedom for those who use its products.
Robert Leonard Consulting and Jonckers Translation & Engineering
18:30 – Doors Open
19:00 – Welcome/introduction
19:15 – First presentation
19:45 – Second presentation
20:15 – Q & A
20:30 – Networking
21:30 – Last Call