Thousands expected at third annual Apps World Europe
This fall, thousands of mobile developers will descend up London for the third annual Apps World Europe. Like the previous two outings, it’s a chance for players in the mobile space to interact with each other and share progress across multiple fronts. Set to take place on October 2-3 at Earls Court 2, it is a blend of marketers, telecom companies, handset and tablet makers, and other industry players.
This year we have 8 workshop tracks and 2 free developer tracks covering Gaming and Web Apps – HTML 5, Android, Mobile Marketing and Advertising, Operator Apps & VAS, Mobile Payments and NFC, Cloud and Enterprise Apps, TV & Multi-screen Apps, Automotive Apps, Developer Zone and Droid World – making this our most comprehensive year ever. There is also a free exhibition to attend with over 150 exhibitors, as well as The APPSTER Awards ceremony and 2 networking parties.
This year will be the first time that a new dedicated track, ‘Droid World” which, as you might suspect, is aimed directly at those in the Android space. If you’re an Android developer looking for an extra edge, this track would be worth your time. Summarily, the entire two-day show would be a great way to bone up on topics such as NFC, mobile payments, marketing, HTML5, and more.
Looking at the conference as a whole, we see many familiar faces and companies expected at Apps World Europe 2012. A quick glance across the lineup and we see Google, Rogers, Foursquare, CNBC, Virgin Media, Samsung, and a host of others. For those of you who cannot make the trip, it looks like there will be podcasts and other media coming out of the conference. Register for the event today at apps-world.net and get ready to pack your bags.
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