Mobile’s Future is watched by many people but none as much as members of “MLOVE,” a worldwide group founded by Harald Neidhardt and others interested in using mobile technology to improve the world.
The MLove movement is for those who see phones as positively helping people of all nations to collaborate, engage and take action in their business and personal lives by impacting the future of technology
Thought leaders, musicians, artists and others who want cellular technology to make positive changes in the world are coming together at the ConFestival on June 23-25, 2010
This first MLOVE ConFestival offers a new way of sharing and inspiring others with stories, innovation, leadership and entrepreneurial success from around the globe. If you think seriously about the future of phones and other wireless devices, consider attending.
The invite-only event takes place in a 100-room castle, built in 1898, south of Berlin. Constructed by powerful Freemasons, ex-home to the Governor of Saxony-Anhalt, the castle will act as a catalyst for disruptive thinking, big ideas, innovation and inspiration in the context of mobile.
For a list of the speakers, click here.
Peter Giblin, Director of MLOVE ConFestival, commented:
“We are bringing together CXO’s, innovators and entrepreneurs from across multiple disciplines to share, learn and cross-pollinate ideas with an array of scientists, artists and other thought leaders…The event exposes the mobile industry to the best minds outside of mobile to maximize the opportunity of creating life-changing services and applications that can impact our businesses, and ourselves, for the better.”
If you’re interested in the future of cellular and wireless technologies–and how they can improve life on Earth–consider attending the Berlin event.
For further information about MLOVE and the ConFestival, check out the event announcement.
Harald Neidhardt, whom I’ve interviewed and met at the San Francisco MLOVE event last October, is the visionary behind the MLOVE movement. Harald is one of the most passionate visionaries I’ve ever met. He lives and breathes mobile.
Although not sponsored by Smaato, a premiere mobile advertising network, the company hosts several advertising industry roundtables worldwide.
The audio recording of the October, 2009 San Francisco roundtable appears on IM-Mobile.