ArcticEvening Tampere 05.05 – More beer, more food, more opportunity

    Arctic15: Exit Path is looming high on the horizon as we prepare for their third edition of Arctic15. On the road to the main event, it’s time to hit the lively Tampere startup scene and what a better way to do it than partner up with MobileMonday! On the 5th May we’ll have a few speakers and plenty of free food and free beer to make the networking more fun. We’ll also be giving away tickets to Arctic15, so don’t miss it!

    The new Nokia X family provides users access to the world of Android applications, with exclusive Nokia experiences and the most popular Microsoft services. Nokia Developer offers you tools and support to develop and publish your Android applications in Nokia Store. Come and hear more at MoMo Tampere!

    On the agenda for the evening:

    • ‘How to Hack a Conference’, Dmitri Sarle, CEO of ArticStartup
    • ‘Nokia X for Android developers. Same code base, new user base’, Jukka Silvennoinen, Nokia Developer Experience
    • ‘Mobile Companies in Finnvera VC Portfolio’, Jukka Suokas, Finnvera Venture Capital
    • ‘Creating User Engagement and Intelligence on Mobile’, Lari Tuominen, CEO of Qvik

    In addition we have an excellent demo corner where you can see the latest Nokia devices! And of course – like always – we will have some free hot food and cool drinks sponsored by us, Microsoft and Finnvera.

    Don’t forget the Open Mic possibility: share your ideas and gather feedback from peers in MoMo (get in touch to book a slot in advance).

    16.45 Doors open
    17.30 Presentations and Open Mic
    ~19.00 Networking and free-form discussion

    Location: Hullu Poro, Koskikeskus, Tampere

    Register and get your ticket with Eventbrite.
    Note: Even though the ticket is free, the seats are limited and we are usually “sold out”. If you are unable to come, please cancel your seat well in advance so others can join the event.

    Also during the day there will be a portathon being run by Microsoft at the Tampere University of Technology where Android developers can come and port their apps over to the new Nokia Store. Find out more about the event and how to register here.