Get inspired by the Mobile Business Expo in Karlsruhe, Germany
If mobile strategies and technologies are at the top of your IT list for 2011, visit the Mobile Business Expo, an exhibition, lecture program and networking platform, taking place in Karlsruhe, Germany, between the 17-18 of May, 2011. Don’t miss the unique opportunity to get the information and tools required to define your mobile strategy and to maximize your return on investment in mobile solutions.
The fair covers all key questions of the new “mobility” market and wants to inform its visitors, b2b and b2c, about the latest trends and technologies in the mobile business world as well as about groundbreaking solutions for private usage.
Key areas of focus:
• The system of the future: Android, Microsoft, iTunes;
• The increasingly diverse world of smartphone devices;
• Major challenges and extraordinary opportunities of the mobile movement;
This year, more than 2000 visitors and 100 exhibitors from the area of hardware and software, applications, IT-security, information and communication technologies, as well as travel equipment and management are expected to participate at the Mobile Business Expo in Karlsruhe, Germany. It will be the meeting point for business mobility, applications, communication and collaboration via providing information, networking and an included lecture program.
Emerging ideas, thoughtful topics, insights and provocations will arise from the areas of:
• Information & communication technologies;
• Software & hardware, cloud computing;
• Productivity tools;
• IT security;
• Costumer relationship management;
• E- & M-Commerce;
• Banking / Finance;
• Mobile entertainment;
• Social networking.
It’s not just about applications and service providers. It’s about success in an economically and technically dynamic environment.
Codespring is highly interested in the groundbreaking solutions the Mobile Business Expo 2011 has to offer. As a software development and outsourcing service provider form Cluj-Napoca, Romania, Codespring specializes in mobile development for Android, iPhone, Windows Mobile, Blackberry & JME platforms.
Karlsruhe IT area is the third biggest cluster of IT businesses in Europe, with over 3,600 IT companies and technology users operating on an international level. It is one of the most influential economic areas in Europe. Karlsruhe’s GDP per capita is significantly higher than the EU average. This area’s competitive advantage stems from efficient regional networks and business clusters spanning industries such as the energy sector, nanotechnology, the automotive sector and ICT (information and communication technology).
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), a unique fusion between a leading university and a major research centre, has now become one of the world’s biggest research and teaching establishments, employing around 8,300 people with annual funding totaling around €650 million.
Meet the leading experts and suppliers in mobility at the Mobile Business Expo in Karlsruhe, Germany, 17-18 May, 2011.