A big thank-you to all who braved the weather to attend MoMo Aug. 25th, you’re real troopers one and all. As noted our next gathering is Sept. 22nd at the Canadian embassy. Since all eyes are looking at the americas for potential growth, we’ve gathered – from both sides of the equator – a couple of industry insiders to share their insights. As always it promises to be a fantastic evening in a swank venue and we are thrilled to count that as the 4th anniversary of the MoMo Tokyo chapter launch!
Fee: 1,000yen with Advance Registration – OR – 2,000yen at the door
Diego Singer – Commercial Manager – Homenajear
Homenajear is an Argentinian B2B company specialized in content development and distribution for mobile networks. Singer is in charge of commercial strategies, deployment of international activities and strategic partnerships. His previous experience comprises more than 10 years of entrepreneurial work in the technology and advertising industry. Prior to Homenajear Singer performed as the CEO in Looppa, a start-up web based social network. He studied philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires. Homenajear has more than 5 years of experience in the Latin American mobile market. A recent development in the region is that important companies are willing to invest in mobile advertising. Homenajear has taken the lead with Bluetooth marketing proximity actions, as well as custom made Java developments for brands.
Handol Kim – Senior Director – Intrinsyc
Intrinsyc provides wireless software solutions that enable next-generation handheld products, including mobile handsets, smart phones, and converged devices. The company is a Microsoft Windows Embedded Gold Partner, and winner of Windows Embedded Excellence Awards in 2007 and 2008, a Symbian Competence Center and Symbian Platinum Partner. Handol Kim is Senior Director, Worldwide Strategic Account Development, where he has responsibility for strategic sales to tier-1 mobile device/handset OEMs. Prior to Intrinsyc, Handol led APAC + Japan business development at Redknee Inc, a leading software vendor selling to mobile network operators. Handol has also held executive sales, marketing, and business development roles at a number of networking, optoelectronics and high-performance computing companies in Silicon Valley and Canada. He started his career as a Trade Commissioner in the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
Date: Monday, 22 September 2008 :: 18:30 – 22:00
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