Australia: Event: Mobile Monday Web 2.0

TONIGHT: Anyone else going to Mobile Monday Sydney? Come on, come on, C’mon! You know you want to, so what if it’s a work night? Plus the clincher: Free drinks 🙂

Web 2.0 goes Mobile

Keynote, Panel, and two drinks pp., sponsored by

A reminder that tonight, Mobile Monday Sydney is holding its first event for 2008, generously sponsored by Forum NokiaOpens in a new tab. who are also kicking off our year in style with two free drinks per person (beer & wine) via tokens available from the front desk when you sign in.

Come and meet our Keynote Speaker for the night, Gary Chan – developer, technopreneur, product and brand manager, operator and now Managing Developer Relationships and Business Development for Nokia Asia PacificOpens in a new tab.. He’ll be sharing Nokia’s ideas about how mobile services are rapidly evolving in line with Web 2.0, and “exploring how the future of the mobile is set to change with this shift in user behaviour in 2008″.

Followed by a panel conversation

You’ll hear from

Bring your mobiles and business cards – we look forwards to seeing you there.

click here to rsvp

doors open 6.30pm

Doors will open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start at the Shelbourne HotelOpens in a new tab., 200 Sussex Street (corner of Market & Sussex).

We look forward to seeing you there !

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Vashti and I will be there. At the Shelbourne I drink the Vedehlo. In case you want to donate one of your free drinks… uh oh school night, better not 🙁

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