downtown on Monday, March 11 from 6-8pm. If you've been in previous years,
you know what to expect. If you haven't, it's the biggest gathering of
mobile industry people and startups during the festival, with plenty of
drinks and food to facilitate networking. RSVPs are now open on Eventbrite, so
On February 4th, join us for a discussion by Boston’s leading companies serving the mobile enterprise, Mobiquity, Apperian, and Verivo Software. In the past year, enterprise mobility has moved from the side stage into the main arena and the enterprise mobility and bring your own device (BYOD) market is expected to reach $181.39 Billion by 2017. Many venture investors are shifting resources from the more speculative consumer mobile apps arena to the wider potential of the market within large companies.
Our discussion will focus on topics of critical importance to the mobile enterprise such as device management, security, enterprise apps, APIs and also the latest industry trends and emerging opportunities.
Apperian - Chuck Goldman, Founder and Chief Strategy Officer
Mobiquity - Ty Rollin, Chief Architect
Verivo Software - Arny Epstein, Chief Technology Officer
Moderated by Andrew Borg, Research Director of Enterprise Mobility & Collaboration, Aberdeen Group
6pm – Doors open for networking
7pm - Begin formal event
8:15 till close – Networking
We will also have demonstration tables from Boston mobile enterprise startups.
MBTA transportation: Near Downtown Crossing (Red, Orange), Gov’t Center (Green), and State (Blue, Orange).
Parking: There is parking at 75 State Street Garage located on Broad Street. Open 24 Hours. $3 OFF with Faneuil Hall Marketplace merchant/store validation on weekdays. $12 PARKING after 5:00PM on weekdays and all day Saturday, Sunday and select holidays with Faneuil Hall Marketplace merchant/store validation. Or try one of the coupons at Boston Central Parking at 47 Broad Street: http://boston.centralparking.com/Restaurants/Boston-Ned-Devines-Parking.html
This event is made possible by Verivo, our exclusive sponsor for this event:
A video of the panel presentations can is now posted at the MIT Enterprise Forum’s video portal
A few years ago I took a trip to Helsinki and Tallin to participate in Mobile Monday’s 10th anniversary celebration. Besides seeing a part of the world I’d never seen before, it was an opportunity to meet members of this global organization in person and hear about the amazing work being done in places like Africa to use mobile technology to enrich people’s lives. I also got to see my good friend, Scott Monson, don a pirate cap during a panel session on APIs as our ferry crossed the Baltic from Helsinki to Tallinn.
When I returned, I got involved with my local chapter of Mobile Monday. With more than 2,500 members, Mobile Monday Mid-Atlantic is one of the fastest growing technology networking and educational organizations in the Greater Philadelphia region. Over the past year or so, I was able to observe (and, occasionally, help) the MoMoMa leadership team put on a number of high-attendance, high-quality events.
For as long as I’ve been involved with MoMoMa, Chuck Sacco has — thankfully — been at the helm. Today, he handed me the reins (although I think we may have an actual gavel). For 2013, I’ll serve as the chapter’s president, doing my best to carry on the awesome work Chuck and his executive team have done not only creating the Mobile Monday Mid-Atlantic, but making it flourish as one of the leading tech organizations in the region.
I’m excited about the year we have ahead. If you’re involved in mobile and you haven’t checked us out yet, I encourage you to join us in 2013.