On behalf of Morgan Lewis-TMI, thank you for your interest in our Mobile Industry Panel, held 30 January 2006 at the offices of TMI Associates. This invitation-only event featured a sneak preview of a new mobile product designed specifically for the Japanese market by Microvision, Inc., a leading display technology company, recently nominated by Red Herring as one of the Nine Mobile TV Firms to Watch. Continue reading Mobile Industry Panel – 30 January 2006
We are launching 2006 with a stealth-mode (Nothing to do with i-mode – Ed.) event at the ultratrendy Ruby Cafe on 30 January.
Considering the incredible popularity of our November Bonenkai evening – which saw CEOs, CTOs, VCs and a multitude of mobile professionals in the same room – we thought a casual meeting of the MoMo community would be in order to kick off 2006 and another great year of monthly Mobile Monday presentation evenings.
The year is sure to be a greyhound as new 3G licensees, new networks, IP telephones and convergence all take off down the track and force massive change in Japan’s mobile market. MoMo will be right here bringing you together with the coolest companies, the most interesting people and the most significant technologies.
Note Next Month: We’ll continue on Monday, 27 February with our regular programme at the upscale MTV Cafe in Harajuku including a full line-up of presentations and more great networking opportunities (full details asap).
Morgan Lewis & Bockius and Jonckers Translation & Engineering
Date: Monday, 30 January 2006 :: 19:00-23:00
Venue: Ruby Cafe Azabu-Juban – GMap
Admission: FREE with registration below – OR – JPY 1,000 at the door
Complimentary drink for first 200 guests, a la carte menu available
19:00 – Doors Open
20:00 – Networking
21:00 – More Networking
22:00 – Warm up for Last Call
23:00 – Last call
Advanced Registration is now closed.. See you on the 30th!
Mobile Monday Vancouver – First Event
Monday, January 9, 2006 (6:30 PM – 8:30 PM)
Take 5 Cafe, 429 Granville Street
We haven’t planned any formal presentations for this event, opting instead to keep it casual for now until we get a better idea of who is involved and what everyone would like to get out of it. Be sure to bring your business cards, gadgets, impromtu demos, brilliant ideas and best elevator pitch. We’ve started collecting names and urls of companies and organizations working in the mobile space in and around the Vancouver area – if you know of (or work with) other Vancouver mobile related companies be sure to get in touch.
Great to see the Canadians coming onboard… 😎