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MoMo Mumbai – Feb. 18th – Emerging Patterns in Mobile App Usage

Flurry is the leading data-driven mobile app advertising platform and analytics provider.

It’s services are used by 60,000 companies including top players like Rovio (Angry Birds), Zynga, The New York Times, Skype, MTV, Google, Electronic Arts, Microsoft, Groupon, Shazam and more. The company tracks data across more than 90% of all iOS and Android devices in the market.

As a result, Flurry owns more data on how consumers use mobile apps than any other company. The company is a thought leader in the industry on mobile app trends.

This session will cover the Mobile App phenomenon with a special focus on the Indian market.

* The Mobile App market globally
* Emerging patterns in Mobile App Usage
* App Usage in India
* User acquisition and monetization strategies


* 10.15 am: Registrations
* 10.30 am: Presentation by Aakrit Vaish
* 11.30 am: Group Discussion
* 12.30 pm: Networking Lunch

Plateau Hall
Club Peninsula, Peninsula Corporate Park
Mumbai, India
Saturday, February 18, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM

About the Speaker:
Aakrit Vaish is the Director, Business Operations at Flurry Inc. Flurry has recently established an office in India and Aakrit runs its operations from Mumbai.

MoMo Mumbai – Sept. 24th – Opportunities in HTML5

HTML5 became a hot topic in 2010, after Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs stated that with the development of HTML5, Adobe Flash is no longer necessary to watch video or consume any kind of web content.

More than 2.1 billion mobile devices will have HTML5 browsers by 2016, up from 109 million in 2010. Much of this growth will be thanks to Apple’s and Android’s massive support for the HTML5.

HTML5 provides mobile device users richer web applications and improved usability. The new features of HTML5 standardize the use cases and technologies that are common in smartphone-optimized mobile web applications. HTML5 adds many new syntactical features, which are designed to make it easy to include and handle multimedia and graphical content on the web without having to resort to proprietary plugins and APIs.

In this Mobile Monday Mumbai event, we will explore the potential opportunities with HTML5 and learn about developing HTML 5 mobile web apps.


  • 10.15 am: Registrations
  • 10.45 am: Presentation by Asif Ali
  • 12.00 pm: Group Discussion
  • 12.30 pm: Networking Lunch

Komli Media: Crystal Plaza, 158, CST Road,
Kalina, Santacruz East, Mumbai
Register in Advance Here

About the Speaker:

Asif Ali, Komli Mobile

Asif Ali heads Mobile Products at Komli after Komli’s acquisition of ZestADZ. Previously, he has been CEO of ZestADZ since early 2010. In addition, Asif Ali was one of the founders of ZestADZ, along with Nat Natraj and Terry Uppal, in 2007. In his initial role at ZestADZ, Asif served as the co-Founder and CTO of the company, eventually transitioning into the role of CEO leading sales and strategy in 2010.

Asif is a technology entrepreneur with more than 13 years of experience in mobile and enterprise solutions. Previously, Asif co-founded a Malaysia based enterprise and wireless services company (ThreeSixty Technologies). He lead the team that built and launched Malaysia’s first m-commerce platform powering SMS Top-up solutions for leading banks and telcos such as Public Bank, Maxis & Celcom.

About the Sponsor:

Komli Media is Asia Pacific’s leading digital media technology platform. Komli Media provides marketers with innovative solutions across brand marketing, performance marketing, mobile, search, social media, and video. ViziSense, India’s leading online audience and ad measurement platform is powered by Komli Media technology.

ZestADZ is a leading global mobile advertising marketplace, delivering 5 billion mobile ad impressions each month with active operations in over 20 key markets. ZestADZ delivers value through mobile analytics, highly targeted advertising and local advertising in key markets.

MoMo Mumbai: Social Games & Apps with mig33

Be witness to a tectonic shift in MoMo Mumbai’s schedule. Mobile Monday Mumbai is set to become Telecom Tuesday Mumbai. Well, almost. For the first time since birth of MoMo Mumbai chapter in 2006, the inviolable Monday fixture of MoMo Mumbai will take place on a Tuesday. Thanks to Bhagwan Krishna and Janmashtami, we have shifted the August ‘11 event to Tuesday, 23rd August. So don’t miss the chance to experience Mobile Monday on a Tuesday.

MoMo Mumbai invites you for launch of mig33 Developer Program in India.

This means great things for game developers! So join us as we unlock virtual power with you, as we show you how to connect and monetize your social games and apps with mig33, one of the world’s largest mobile-first communities and a mobile audience of more than 50 million committed users on its platform.


  • 6.30 pm: Registrations
  • 7.00 pm: Presentation by Chris Chandler
  • 7.45 pm: Group Discussion
  • 8.15 pm: Networking Dinner

Plateau Hall
Club Peninsula,
Peninsula Corporate Park
Lower Parel West, Mumbai.

6.30 pm - 9 pm
Tuesday, 23rd August 2011


About the Speaker:

Chris ChandlerChris Chandler, VP - Business Development, spearheads mig33’s expansion across mobile-first markets worldwide, including India, South Africa and Indonesia. He is responsible for growing mig33’s customer base and further aligns mig33 with industry partners. He joined mig33 from Microsoft Corporation’s Consumer & Online Division. Chris also heads the MoMo Singapore Chapter and is deeply involved with the mobile community across the globe.

About the Sponsor:

Mig33 logomig33 is the world’s largest mobile-first social entertainment service, connecting over 50 million registered members around the world with chat and entertainment every day, and hosting a fast-growing virtual economy. Launched in late 2005, mig33 is backed by Silicon Valley venture firms Accel Partners, Redpoint Ventures and DCM, GREE, Inc. and many others.

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:

MoMo Mumbai: Maximizing Your Apps Profitability

Bill Scott, SVP Business Development at GetJar, is visiting India. Bill will share his thoughts with the Mobile Monday Mumbai community on Monday, May 30, 2011.

Session Abstract:
Only 13 percent of app users pay for the apps they download. In order to reach the most consumers, developers are finding that it’s best to offer their app for free. But, of course developers need to make a living too, so how do you make money from your app without charging for it? Bill Scott, SVP of Sales & Business Development at GetJar, will share the industry’s best practices for app monetization and some more creative ways to make a living off of your app.

About Bill Scott:
Bill is VP Sales & Business Development where he is responsible for all customer interface and partnerships. He joined the mobile data industry in 2000, as VP Latin America for Infospace. There he launched the region’s first mobile portals. Subsequently Bill held VP Latin America positions for Critical Path and Openwave. Bill is originally from Seattle, WA. He has a BA in Philosophy from Amherst College and an MBA from Harvard University.


  • 6.30 pm: Registrations
  • 7.00 pm: Presentation by Bill Scott
  • 7.45 pm: Group Discussion
  • 8.15 pm: Networking Dinner

Club Peninsula,
Peninsula Corporate Park
Lower Parel West, Mumbai.

6.30 pm - 9 pm
Monday, 30th May 2011



GetJar is the world’s largest open app store; second only to Apple’s iTunes, with over 1.5 billion downloads to date. The company provides more than 75,000 applications across all major handsets and platforms to consumers in more than 200 countries and territories. GetJar was founded by, now CEO, Ilja Laurs, in Lithuania.

MobileCamp headed to Mumbai, Delhi!

After two highly successful editions of MobileCamp in Bangalore and Chennai, MobileCamp is now headed to Mumbai and Delhi. MobileCamps offer a great opportunity to showcase your mobile applications, discuss business and technology with a passionate crowd. We believe that such events act as a catalyst to the growth of the industry and at the same time, don’t we love moving out of our offices and meet like minded people?

MobileCamp Mumbai Edition: Date : 14th May 2011

Venue: Auditorium, Welingkar Institute of Management, Matunga


MobileCamp Delhi Edition: Date : 28th May 2011

Venue: American Center, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Place


All sessions will be given 30 minutes to present their ideas or give a hands-on demo to the audience. The allocation of the time for Session is in the order of registration.

All demos will be given 15 to 20 minutes to demo to the audience. The allocation of the time for demo is in the order of registration.

Did we tell you it’s Free? Register your demo/session now to get best slot!

Mobile Monday Mumbai & Delhi are associated partners of MobileCamp Mumbai and Delhi.

MoMo Mumbai: Mobile Web Trends & Best Practices

Mobile Monday Mumbai is pleased to announce the November 2010 event on the topic “Mobile Web Trends and Best Practices”. Mobile web usage is exploding in India and worldwide. Mobile phones equipped with web-browser and zero-rental pre-activated data connection are mushrooming.
  • What are the early trends and usage patterns?
  • Best practices for publishers, advertisers and enablers to follow
  • Case studies of well-designed mobile websites and successful mobile web campaigns
This event is being sponsored by Opera Software. Many thanks to the cool folks at Opera Software for supporting the MoMo community. Shwetank Dixit, Web Evangelist at Opera Software will speak about mobile web trends discussing the Opera State of Mobile Web report and work being done by W3C group regarding mobile web and social development, particularly, m-banking, m-health, etc. Krishna Kumar, Director - Business Development (APAC) at InMobi will present the view from a mobile ad-network’s perspective, covering the mobile media and publishers angle and discuss some of the successful mobile web campaigns Mark Waechter, Global Board of Directors, Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) from Germany is visiting Mumbai and will talk about the latest in mobile advertising globally, with particular focus on Europe. Miss this event at your own risk! Entry is free, but seats are limited and will be strictly allocated to registered users only. To register for the event, click here. Agenda:
  • 7.00 pm: Shwetank Dixit, Web Evangelist, Opera Software
  • 7.25 pm: Krishna Kumar, Director - Business Development (APAC), InMobi
  • 7.50 pm: Mark Waechter, Global Board of Directors, Mobile Marketing Association
  • 8.15 pm: Group Discussion
  • 8.45 pm: Networking and Dinner
Where: Plateau Hall Club Peninsula, Peninsula Corporate Park Lower Parel West, Mumbai. When: 6.45 pm - 9.30 pm Monday, 8th November 2010 RSVP: http://momomum2010nov.eventbrite.com/ Sponsor:

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 veer@mobilepundit.com 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.

MoMo Mumbai’s Year End Bash

Its that time of the year! Time to take stock of the progress Indian telecom made in 2009; and look forward to what 2010 has in store. Lest we forget - its also the New Year season!

Keeping MoMo Mumbai’s international flavour intact in 2009, the December event of MoMo Mumbai is being sponsored by Wireless Expertise, UK.

Wireless Expertise is an international consulting firm focused on the mobile value added services sector and is headquartered in the UK.

Anuj Khanna, CEO, Wireless Expertise is visiting India and is interested in meeting the Mobile Monday community to discuss opportunities of helping them launch services in Europe and also get European brands to India via strategic partnerships.

View the recent Wireless Expertise report “The future of Mobile App Stores“.

Seats are limited, so register now!


  • Talk by Anuj Khanna, CEO, Wireless Expertise
  • Discuss the year that was & predictions for 2010
  • Networking over Coffee and Snacks

Cafe Coffee Day
Peninsula Corporate Park
Lower Parel West
Mumbai - 400013.

6.30 pm - 9.30 pm
Monday, 28th December 2009

Wireless Expertise

November 09 MoMo – Event material

The November 9th MoMo Mumbai event was a smash!

JariJari Tammisto, CEO of Mobile Monday, talked about his experience of running MoMo internationally and answered questions from participants on global mobile scenario. Rajesh Jain, MD of Netcore Solutions and Jari discussed the Indian and international mobile market in a one-to-one talkathon.

Many of us held this belief that Mobile Mondays happen on Mondays because Monday is the only day of week which begins with M and rhymes with Mobile. But the big secret is out now. Jari’s reasoning behind “Mobile Mondays” reminded me of another Finnish great Linus Torvald’s Linux/Open Source philosophy - Free as in “Free Beer” and not “Free Speech” :)

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