Title: Telcoms Council Annual Handset Innovation Review
Location: HP 3000 Hanover St., Building 20, Palo Alto, CA 94304-1185
Description: Our Annual Handset Innovation Review is a ½ day meeting to showcase the handset development lifecycle, what innovations are coming to handsets, and how new innovation gets inserted into handsets. Like our other Mobile Forum meetings, this gathers 100 decision-level participants for a private and interactive agenda that includes plenty of time for senior-level discussions. We expect to address:

What innovations can we expect from the current generation of phones and the next.

How new technology and ideas get inserted into the handset lifecycle.

How can entrepreneurs influence future handsets.

Touch, haptics, faster processors, rounded-square icons, screen size, buttons, keyboards. What are the physical elements of success?

What do handset Corporate VC and R&D groups want from Silicon Valley?

We have space on the agenda for 8 entrepreneurs/startups who would like to demo a product or technology. Please submit an application here: http://www.telecomcouncil.com/speakers.php
Start Time: 8:30
Date: 2009-10-22
End Time: 14:30

Posted by David Smith on 2 October, 2009 in Archive | Events | Programs/Events | Telecom/Mobil - (Be the first to comment)

Ireland Connects @ Fall CTIA 2009

If you or your colleagues are at CTIA in San Diego you are invited to join us for a drink, networking and some Irish hospitality at the Enterprise Ireland Networking Event:

Venue: Stout Public House | 1125 6th Avenue | San Diego, CA 92101                
Date: Wednesday, October 7th, 2009
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM  (or maybe even later..)

RSVP by Tuesday 6th at 4 pm http://ctiaireland.eventbrite.com?ref=elink

Directions: Via Trolley = Orange Line & Blue Line – Get off at the 5th Avenue station and walk toward 6th. It is right across the street to the north.

We hope to see you there!

Posted by Admin on 1 September, 2009 in Events - (Be the first to comment)

Enterprise Ireland in association with IT@Cork, ITAG and ISA would like to invite you to a seminar entitled Opportunities in The New Software Economy’. These seminars will be held in Cork (Sept 8), Galway (Sept 9) and Dublin (Sept 10).

The New Software Economy is driven by the growth of the Internet and changes in the software value chain. It is underpinned by new technologies such as Open Source, Services Oriented Architecture (SOA), Cloud Computing, Semantic Web and Web 2.0. It is characterised by demand for greater flexibility, global delivery and cost effective solutions. Partnerships and collaborations predominate. Learn more about the New Software Economy

This seminar will give you the opportunity to network with key stake holders in the software industry in your region from different sections of the ecosystem: – SME, multinational companies, financial sector, public sector and academia.

Additionally, the seminar will provide insights from key thought leaders on the important topics at the forefront of the New Software Economy.

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Enterprise Ireland in association with IT@Cork, ITAG and ISA would like to invite you to a seminar entitled Opportunities in The New Software Economy’. These seminars will be held in Cork (Sept 8), Galway (Sept 9) and Dublin (Sept 10).

The New Software Economy is driven by the growth of the Internet and changes in the software value chain. It is underpinned by new technologies such as Open Source, Services Oriented Architecture (SOA), Cloud Computing, Semantic Web and Web 2.0. It is characterised by demand for greater flexibility, global delivery and cost effective solutions. Partnerships and collaborations predominate. Learn more about the New Software Economy

This seminar will give you the opportunity to network with key stake holders in the software industry in your region from different sections of the ecosystem: – SME, multinational companies, financial sector, public sector and academia.

Additionally, the seminar will provide insights from key thought leaders on the important topics at the forefront of the New Software Economy.

Posted by Admin on in Events - (Be the first to comment)

Enterprise Ireland in association with IT@Cork, ITAG and ISA would like to invite you to a seminar entitled Opportunities in The New Software Economy’. These seminars will be held in Cork (Sept 8), Galway (Sept 9) and Dublin (Sept 10).

The New Software Economy is driven by the growth of the Internet and changes in the software value chain. It is underpinned by new technologies such as Open Source, Services Oriented Architecture (SOA), Cloud Computing, Semantic Web and Web 2.0. It is characterised by demand for greater flexibility, global delivery and cost effective solutions. Partnerships and collaborations predominate. Learn more about the New Software Economy

This seminar will give you the opportunity to network with key stake holders in the software industry in your region from different sections of the ecosystem: – SME, multinational companies, financial sector, public sector and academia.

Additionally, the seminar will provide insights from key thought leaders on the important topics at the forefront of the New Software Economy.

The speaker line-up will include:-

Chris Hofmann, Director of Engineering, Mozilla Foundation

Fergus Gloster, former VP of Business Development, Salesforce.com

Joe Drumgoole, CEO, Putplace.com

Posted by Admin on 3 August, 2009 in Events - (Be the first to comment)

SVA – Strategic Venture Association

August 11th

 

 

The event will feature guest speaker, Adrian Ryans, Professor of Marketing and Strategy at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD). Prof. Ryans will explore how you can develop winning strategies (including external innovation & venturing) for dealing with the low cost threat coming from competitors in developing countries that offer “good enough” products and services at very attractive prices.http://www.strategicventureassociation.com/2009/07/sva-imd-present-beating-low-cost-competition/ http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=186905

More details here:

 

Please register by August 7th:

The AlwaysOn & STVP Summit at Stanford is a two-and-a-half-day executive gathering that highlights the significant economic, political and commercial trends affecting the global technology industries. The AlwaysOn & STVP Summit at Stanford features the most innovative companies, eminent technologists, influential investors and journalists in keynote presentations, panel debates and private company CEO showcases. The AlwaysOn & STVP Summit at Stanford’s goal is to identify the most promising entrepreneurial opportunities and investments in the global tech industry. For program information, go to: http://www.summitatstanford.com/2009

Industry Leading Speakers Include: Paul Jacobs, CEO, Qualcomm * Monica Lam, Co-Founder & Chief Scientist, MokaFive * Tom Malloy, Chief Software Architect, Adobe * Max Ventilla, Co-founder & CEO, Aardvark * Frank Addante, CEO, the Rubicon Project * Joe Kennedy, CEO, Pandora * Ron Conway, Founder, Angel Investors LP * David Smith, Founder & CEO, Mediasmith * Bill Gurley, General Partner, Benchmark Capital

International Markets Week will take place during w/c 21 September 2009.

 

Locations are the same as last year:

-  Monday 21, Westpark, Shannon

-  Tuesday 22 onwards, RDS, Dublin

TechCrunch50 is the global competition conference for start-ups.

  • We invite any company creating a new product to apply for consideration through June 30.
  • We have a rigorous review process to select the 50 best applications to publicly launch their products at the conference, free of charge. Products stay stealth until the conference.
  • Finalist companies launch to the public on stage and receive feedback from our panel of industry experts. Our 2007 and 2008 advisors are an important part of our success.
  • One company will win $50,000 from the TechCrunch50 organizers. This year, we’ll have an Audience Choice Award and other recognitions too.
  • Runners-up are invited to participate in our DemoPit and pitch their product for one day of the conference (3 company attendees for the price of one.) Attendees vote for their favorite DemoPit company to give the last pitch on stage at the conference, Tuesday afternoon.

To coincide with the visit of technology start-up companies from the Institute Of Technology Sligo and Letterkenny Institute of Technology
– part of the CEIM Enterprise Development Program – the INSF are hosting a panel on:Doing business in Silicon Valley: Expert guidance on successful entrepreneurship, securing VC funding, and understanding industry trends Featuring:
Doug Kelly, Alloy Ventures Founding Member & Partner
Leslie Murdock, Murdock Martell, Founder & Partner
Others TBAThursday, July 23, 2009

 

 

Date:


Location:     
The Stanford Park Hotel
                  
100 El Camino Real, Menlo Park.

 

Time:               6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.Free with a no-host barThis event will be comprised of a lively and informative panel discussion followed by Q&A and networking.There is no cost, however space is limited so pre-registration is required on the Irish Network San Francisco website- www.irishnetworksanfrancisco.com

 

 

 

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