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Post Event: MoMo Mumbai - Maximizing Your App’s Profitability

We had a great session with Bill Scott of GetJar yesterday at MoMo Mumbai.

With more than 80 registrations, 50+ participants from Ad agencies, Ad Networks, Media companies, App Development companies, Telcos, VAS companies attended the event.

You can view and download Bill’s presentation from here:

Few pictures from the event:

For online professional networking and discussions, please join the Linkedin group of MoMo Mumbai.

If you are Tweeting about Mobile Monday Mumbai, please use the hashtag #MoMoMumbai. The official Twitter channel is:!/momomumbai

2 comments May 31st, 2011

Free Passes to Windows Phone 7 developer platform briefing!

Microsoft’s Early Adaptor Program has organized an exclusive briefing on Windows Phone 7 developer platform in Mumbai.

20 MoMo Mumbai members who are in pursuit of Windows Phone 7 based development will get free passes to this event.

Comment on this post or email me on explaining why you deserve a free pass.

Metro - Windows 7


Windows Phone 7 will open up a host of new application and multi-screen development opportunities, and this briefing will give you a jumpstart in understanding how to take advantage of them.

Attendee Prerequisites:

.NET development skills, Visual Studio or Expression Blend skills


  • Windows Phone 7 Developer Platform Overview
  • Building Windows Phone 7 Applications using Silverlight
  • Building Windows Phone 7 Games with XNA


25 May 2010
09:00 - 18:00


The Mirador
131 / B, New Link Road,
Chakala Andheri (East),
Mumbai - 400 099.

Click here for directions and map.

1 comment May 19th, 2010

Israeli High Tech Industry Association Annual Event

The High Tech Industry Association (Israel) will be holding its Annual Conference 2010, which will unite all facets of the Israeli High Tech ecosystem under one roof – Startup companies, Investors, Venture Capital Firms, Entrepreneurs, International Technological Companies and other industry affiliates.

This event is of the highest profile, bringing some of the biggest names in the High Tech world. Almost all key players in the Indian high-tech industry are actively supporting this important chance for business exchange between the countries.

Mobile Monday India is pleased to be one of the supporting associations of this event.

The Indian delegation will visit Israel on June 6th - 10th, 2010 and will combine business and pleasure in an inspiring experience. The delegation will enjoy an extended India program to the annual HTIA

Registration for the delegation could be done at

Add comment May 12th, 2010

MoMo Mumbai - Meet with Jari Tammisto - Nov 09

Mobile Monday Mumbai is greatly pleased to announce that it will be hosting Jari Tammisto, CEO of MobileMonday. Jari is based out Helsinki, Finland.

Thank you Netcore Solutions for sponsoring the event and supporting the MoMo community.


  • 7.00pm: Talk by Jari Tammisto, CEO, Mobile Monday
  • 7.20pm: One-to-one talk session between Rajesh Jain, MD, Netcore Solutions and Jari Tammisto
  • 7.50pm: Interactive Q&A session with Jari about his experience of Finland, European & international mobile markets
  • 8.30pm: Networking and dinner

Seats are limited, so register now!

Add comment November 5th, 2009

Barcamp Mumbai 2

Announcing Barcamp Mumbai 2 (BCM2) at SOM, IIT Bombay on Sunday, October 14, 2007.

Barcamp Mumbai 2

The idea of a Barcamp is to turn the idea of a ‘conference’ on its head by removing all possible rules out of the way of a intense discussion. These are meeting places of people with great business ideas and ones with sound technical caliber where they ideate, discuss and brainstorm
on all the topics of common interest ranging from wildlife photography and venture funding to blogging and Flex programming.

Due to their widespread appeal and quality of discussion, Barcamps are increasingly being seen as hubs of technical entrepreneurship all across the world.

BCM2 is fast becoming a rage across the ecosystem with leading corporates like SUN and Nokia sponsoring the event.

The team of BCM2 has experience of organizing second, third and fourth Barcamps of Bangalore (4th Barcamp - July 28-29, 2007 - the largest in the world with 600 participants!) and the first Barcamp of Mumbai (July 2006) and multiple Barcamps in Pune.

Barcamps are free events - there is no entry/registration fee and you can register by simply editing the event wiki.

Due to capacity constraint we might have to give preference to people who have registered, so it might be wise to register at the earliest.

1 comment October 8th, 2007

MoMo September - Event Summary

Despite it being in the middle of the Ganesh Festival,the September event of MoMoMum saw an eager group of MoMo faithfuls descend upon The Plateau Hall in the heart of Club Peninsula.The participants were greeted by a surprise setup consisting of multiple cameras to showcase some of the new technologies around the discussion topic.

Ruchit Surati from Mobicore Technologies introduced the topic for the day by giving a brief presentation on the company he represents. The need for an alternate channel or “pipe” for distributing content created by developers was the topic that took center stage in the presentation as well as the panel discussion that followed. Pranav Sayta from G2I Technologies gave a brief example of the success his company has had in creating such a distribution network. There was a consensus among the panelists and audience members on the need to develop such networks to allow both content developers and customers to deliver and access information freely. Issues regarding the “walled gardens” of mobile operators was again raised given the GPRS delivery for Pranav Sayta’s content.

Despite the numerous obstacles, Pranav Sayta was confident of the power of the network created and unique products delivered; an interesting takeaway for the day for all entrepreneurs and managers: To focus on creating different products that customers want and not to worry about things that are not in your control.

The session ended with dinner which was accompanied by a demonstration of G2I’s Lock Eye product. Lock Eye is essentially a mobile Remote surveillance system that allows you to monitor your home/office/factory via your Nokia phone and GPRS connection for as little as a Rs. 7,000 one time charge. As the effect of the delicious food started to kick in, the crowd dispersed ready to return for the next adventurous session of Mobile Monday Mumbai.

11 comments September 18th, 2007

Who’s coming to Mobile Monday in August

Participants from more than 40 companies have confirmed their presence for the August 7th MoMo.

ActiveMedia Technology
Arc Worldwide
Arya communications
Atom Technologies
Atos Origin
Business World
Dun & Bradstreet
Hands On Mobile
Idea Cellular
Lehren Mobility
Netcore Solutions
Next Gen Publishing
Nokia India
Optimal Infotech
Parsons the New School for Design
People Interactive
Rajshri Media
Reliance Communications
Research In Motion / Blackberry
RDV Telecom
Spiel Studios
SVB Global
Tata Teleservices
Tech Mahindra
Times Internet
Yahoo India
Zzebra Communications

2 comments July 30th, 2006

Mobile Monday comes to Mumbai!

Mobile Monday is a open community of mobile professionals and enthusiasts. It is a forum to network, share knowledge and discuss developments in the mobile world.

Founded in Helsinki (Finland) in 2000, it has more than 25 chapters worldwide.

Its objectives are to

  • Promote local mobile industry, entrepreneurs and technologies
  • Facilitate networking, cooperation, partnerships and business development
  • Foster cooperation among individuals, academia and industry
  • Educate public about mobility through events, online presence and media partnerships

Mobile Monday’s main activities are

  • Monthly meet-up on the first Monday of every month
  • Online networking and knowledge sharing with the community

1 comment June 23rd, 2006


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