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MoMo Boston – Oct. 1st – Demo Night

We’re continuing our new monthly schedule with a Demo Night of new companies on the Boston startup scene. The format will be rapid fire demo’s and the featured companies include…

TalkTo which lets you communicate with businesses via text message, in April they raised $3m from Matrix Partners. SessionM creates a gamification layer for mobile apps, they recently raised $20m led from Charles River Ventures. SummerCamp has a playfully off-color game by a couple of game gurus from the former 38 Studios. Owlchemy Labs are SEGA-published Boston game developers who will show off their latest creation. Timbre is a local live music app which that appeared during a hackathon and was swiftly techcrunched. Ubersense enables mobile collaboration between athletes and coaches, they recently raised $1.1 from Atlas, Google, and Boston Seed Capital.

Doors open at 6pm. Presentations begin around 7pm. Networking resumes from 8-9pm.

Register to attend.

As always, Mobile Monday is free for attendees and speakers. This event is supported by our sponsor Kinvey.

MoMo Boston – Sept. 10th – Mobile Labs Design Event

September 10th
Doors open at 6pm, presentation at 7pm
Ned Devine’s at Fanieul Hall, 1 N Market St, Boston, MA 02109
Price: Free

We’re kicking off the fall schedule with a Mobile Monday Labs events focused on technical topics in mobile design. This event will feature brief presentations about mobile design with lots of visual examples. Bring your questions.

Doors open at 6pm, presentations begin around 7pm.

As always, Mobile Monday is free to attendees and speakers thanks to our sponsors.

Register now.

MoMo Boston – June 25th – MIT Museum Showcase 2012

Mobile Monday Boston is coming back to the MIT Museum for a night of mobile exhibitions and networking on June 25th.  We’ll have dozens of mobile demo booths within the museum exhibit halls. Come see the coolest mobile companies and meet new people at the hottest industry.

If you are an early stage mobile company and want to exhibit at this event, you can request a booth at: http://bit.ly/IOTcwj

Not an early stage mobile company but want to get a booth? Consider a sponsored booth! Please contact us to learn more at itay@momoboston.com

Date:  June 25th, 2012 — 6.30pm to 9:00pm

Register: http://momomuseum2012.eventbrite.com/

Location:  MIT Museum, Cambridge, MA.

Transportation:  Red Line Kendall Square.  Parking info.

Cost: FREE!

General Questions? Visit the Mobile Monday Boston website or email us (learn@momoboston.com).

MoMo Boston – Apr. 23rd – Mobile Startups Pitch to VCs

On April 23rd 6:30pm, Mobile Monday Boston is going to have a special event called the Mobile Pitch Challenge.

We’ll have some of Boston’s newest early stage mobile startups give pitches to a panel of mobile investors.  The presentations will be followed by commentary and audience voting.

Our judges are three of Boston venture finest who also have prior experience on the other side of the fence as mobile entrepreneurs:

Antonio Rodriguez, General Partner, Matrix Partners
Jeff Glass, Managing Director, Bain Capital Ventures
Jennifer Lum, Co-Founder, Apricot Capital

Our presenting companies are new early stage startups:

Thumbs Upwww.thumbsupapp.com
Cogent Mobilewww.cogentmobile.com
Codex Developmenthttp://www.codexdev.com

Date and Time: Monday, April 23rd at 6:30pm

[Note: The original email listed the wrong hotel, the event is at the Omni Parker.]
Location: Omni Parker Hotel (map)
Public transportation:  Near Park Street (Green line and Red Line) and Downtown Crossing (Orange Line)
Parking:  Nearby garages include http://www.pialleygarage.com

Cost: Free (registration required)

We are thankful to Nokia for sponsoring this event. We’ll soon be announcing some great local content around Nokia and Windows Phone.

MoMo Boston – Mobile Pitch Challenge – Call for start-ups to present

On April 23rd, Mobile Monday Boston is going to have a special event:  The Mobile Pitch Challenge.

In this event, early stage start-ups will pitch for 90 seconds to a panel of mobile investors about why they have the most awesome mobile product in Boston. The short pitches will be followed by Q&A and an audience choice award. Should be fun!

Do you have an early stage start-up that you would like to present?  Then go to our registration page at bit.ly/ww8C8F

We are looking for few volunteers to help us with this event. Please send an email to itay@momoboston.com if you are interested in helping out.

We will open our registration to the general public in a few weeks.

Thanks to Nokia for sponsoring this event and making it possible.

Nokia logo

MoMo Boston – March 5th 2012 – MoMo Labs Debut

Announcing our first Mobile Monday Labs on March 5th.  This will be a technical event about Android development.  The event will be hosted by Vivox at their new space in Downtown Crossing.

The format will be brief presentations and Q&A, followed by open networking.


Android and data - Masumi Nakamura, co-author O’Reilly Android book and Android developer at WHERE

Managing Android fragmentation — Carter Jernigan, founder of two forty four a.m. LLC and the developer of Locale, Google’s Android Developer Challenge $300,000 grand prize winner

Android battery life - Jarrod McLean, lead mobile developer, Vivox

Android app economics and the value of your app - Jonathan Kay, Founder, Apptopia

Please Register in Advance Here

Doors open at 6pm.  Event begins at 6.30pm and runs until 9pm.  Light food will be served.

Space is limited for this event to allow for interaction and discussion, we’ll do our best to record and broadcast it for those who can’t attend.

Vivox Office in Downtown Crossing
109 Kingston Street, 2nd Floor, Boston, MA (map)

Public transportation: 5 minute walk from South Station (Red Line and commuter rail), Chinatown (Orange Line), and Boylston (Green Line).

Parking garages are available in the neighborhood, if we find any good deals we’ll post them.

Thanks to our sponsors for making this event possible.


Recap of Mobile Monday in 2011

We took a little breather over the holidays (okay, it’s well past the holidays). It was a really busy 2011, perhaps the busiest year since we started this thing in the pre-iPhone days.

Thanks to all the volunteer organizers who made this past year of Mobile Monday Boston possible! A special shoutout to Itay Sharfi and Maggie Taylor for keeping the wheels on the bus and to Rhonda Billings for organizing our first 5-city tour, Sheena Chandok for our first 7-city tour, Keith Erskine for Mobile Camp, Kevin Wiant for NFC Boston, Sarit for her accounting savvy, Elana for her organization skills, and many many others.

We’re also grateful for the generous sponsors who have allowed us to keep Mobile Monday events free.

We’ll be mixing things up a bit in 2012, not least because I’m adding a new member to my family and will be pretty busy. Here’s to another great year for mobile!

Matt Gross
Founder/Organizer, Mobile Monday Boston


November 7th, 2011: Boston NFC and Mobile Retail Event
Aditya Khurkejar – Director Business Development, Verizon
Patrick Gauthier – Head of Retail Services Product Marketing and Business Operations, Paypal
Jeff Miles – VP business Development, NXP
Russell Harty – Senior Vice President Sales, Retail Division; Ingenico
Sponsors WHERE, NXP, Avnet

October 17th: Building Successful Mobile Web and Native Apps in the Enterprise
Gene Signorini of Yankee Group, Joe Ferra of Fidelity Investments, Matt Foell of PNC Bank, David Nguyen of Putnam Investments, Faraz Syed of DeviceAnywhere
Sponsor DeviceAnywhere

September 12th: Mobile Games Demos
Speakers: Boston Globe, Gigantic Mechanic, Mocospace, New World, Colony, Games4Language, MediaMob, Hitchery, TheTapLab, Gradient Studios
Sponsor Nokia

May 9th: MIT Museum Mobile Startup Showcase
Exhibiting companies: Airtime-Manager, the arugula, BlueTrain Mobile, Brass Monkey, BrewGene, CaptureCode, ChatTrack, Coloci, Dolnk Animation & Drawing, EverTrue, EveryFit, iJukebox, Jnctns, KangoGift, MobiFlex, Modo Labs, Parkme, Plug, Rocketmind, Socrative, Speedbump, Spot, Tap ‘n Tap, Tapatalk, TapWalk, The Tap Lab, TourSphere, TweetsByPhone.com, Unbound Commerce, VoKnow
Sponsors: MoMIT, Winter Wyman, ICS, Endeca, Pyxis Mobile

April 11th: Mobile Enterprise
Speakers: Thomson Reuters, Pyxis Mobile, Nuance
Sponsor Cisco

March 28th: Mobile Networking with MassMobile and DrinksOnTap
Speakers: Everyone
Sponsor Vlingo

February 19th: Mobile Camp
Samuel Chow, Co-Founder of MobyFab / Fred Spencer, Professional Services Manager at Appcelerator / Jesse Liberty, Senior Program Manager in Microsoft Developer Guidance / Ram Iyengar, Telecom Systems Management Program, Northeastern University / Steven Kursh, Executive Professor of Finance and Insurance at Northeastern University, Elio Maggini, Principal Software Engineer at Cengage Learning, Stephen Bourdeau, Tech Lead for Mobile Engineering at TripAdvisor, Matt Gross, Founder of Mobile Monday Boston / Imram Malek, Games at Mocospace / Al MacDonald, Co-Founder of Bocoup /Pascal Rettig, Owner of Cykod, Greg Raiz, Founder of Raizlabs, Thomas Classen, North America Business Development Manager at Wyless, Ramesh Kumar, Managing Partner, ZakiPoint, Muthu Arumugam & Siva Subramanian, MTIKS, Harsha Jattani, Astute BioSolutions
Sponsors Nokia, MoMIT

January 31st: Mobile Demo Night
Speakers: Fivespark, Goby, PapaProducts, Parallel Cities, ComicStrip, Appswell and Hashable
Sponsor Charles River Ventures

MoMo Boston – November 7th – NFC and Mobile Retail

After many years of anticipation, NFC mobile technology is finally reaching the US retail market. Companies like Google, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and WHERE are leading the charge for making purchases with mobile phones at retail stores. Consumers will be able to just tap their phone to pay with cash or credit card, redeem coupons, or add points to loyalty programs.

Come hear how Boston companies are taking a leading role in this important technological shift. We’ll also be announcing the new NFC Cluster Boston.

See the future of mobile e-commerce at the NFC Cluster Boston kickoff event co-hosted with the MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge. Our moderator will be Karen Webster of Market Platform Dynamics.

Our speakers include:
Aditya Khurkejar – Director Business Development, Verizon
Patrick Gauthier - Head of Retail Services Product Marketing and Business Operations, Paypal
Jeff Miles - VP business Development, NXP
Russell Harty - Senior Vice President Sales, Retail Division; Ingenico

This free event will start at 6:30pm and runs until 8:30pm.  Complimentary drinks and appetizers will be served.  Advance Registration is Required.

Park Plaza Hotel
50 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 (map)

Public transportation: The Park Plaza Hotel is close to both Red Line (Park St.) and Green Line (Arlington St) stops.

Parking is available at the Motor Mart across the street from the hotel or the Under the Common Garage. Street meter parking is also available.

Thanks to our sponsors for making this event possible.


Co-hosted with the MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

MoMo Boston – Oct. 17th – Apps in the Enterprise

On October 17th, we’ll have some of the top minds in enterprise mobility talking about how companies can maintain high quality and efficiency across the mobile channel. The discussion will cover:

  • Best Development Approaches: HTML5 Web Apps vs. Native apps
  • Minimizing barriers of device diversity and platform variations
  • In-house and outsourced mobile development

Our moderator will be Gene Signorini who runs Enterprise Mobility at the Yankee Group. We’ll have a great lineup of speakers including Vijay Ruhela of Fidelity Investments, Matt Foell of PNC Bank, Faraz Syed of DeviceAnywhere, and more.

Monday, October 17, 2011
6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (ET)

Omni Parker Hotel (map)
60 School Street, Boston, MA 02108
MBTA:  Near Park Street Station (Red and Green Lines)
Parking: Nearby garages include http://www.pialleygarage.com

This event is made possible by the generous sponsorship of DeviceAnywhere.

Cost: Free



MoMo Boston – Sept. 12th – Mobile Games Event

Join our first Mobile Monday event focused on mobile gaming.  We are featuring a lineup of innovative mobile independent game developers and companies to talk about their experiences.  Join The Tap Lab, New World Colony, independent game developer Greg Trefry and others for an overview of the Boston mobile gaming scene.  The format will be short presentations followed by Q&A and networking.

We’ll also feature a guest appearance from The Boston Globe who will be launching their new mobile website and talking about how they put it together.

This event is part of FutureM week which has a great set of technology-related events including the MITX opening party and the NFC Mobile Developer Conference.


Location: Westin Boston Copley

Date: September 12, 2011

Time: Doors open at 6:30 pm, presentations begin at 7

Cost:  Free - Register Here

Drinks: Provided


Valet- $24

Garage- LAZ Copley Place, 110 Huntington Ave, $18

Public Transportation:  The hotel is adjacent to Copley Square and the Prudential Mall.  You can take the Orange line to Back Bay, or Green line to Copley.

This event is sponsored by Nokia.

MoMo Boston Most Exciting Mobile Startups at MIT Museum Showcase

Thank you to the almost 600 people who came out to Monday night’s 2nd Annual Mobile Startup Showcase at the MIT Museum. The energy was fantastic – we are thrilled that we could provide the community with a glimpse into the most exciting mobile advances in the Boston area.

Congratulations to the winners of the Audience Choice for Best Mobile Startup: BlueTrain Mobile and CaptureCode.

Did you miss the event or need help remembering which companies you met at the event? Below is a list of all the exhibitors and links to their websites.


the arugula

BlueTrain Mobile

Brass Monkey





Dolnk Animation & Drawing







Modo Labs







Tap ‘n Tap



The Tap Lab



Unbound Commerce



Thank you to our sponsors for their generous support of this event:


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