MobileMonday™ (MoMo) is an open community platform of mobile industry visionaries, developers and influential individuals fostering brand neutral cooperation and cross-border P2P business opportunities through live networking events to demo products, share ideas and discuss trends from both local and global markets. Originating in Helsinki in 2000, with activities organized by 300+ volunteers around the world, MoMo has become an industry leading mobile platform. Chapters have run thousands of events to-date, spanning over 140 cities on all continents, and we continue to launch new locations monthly.
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- Foster an open and independent innovation platform within the mobile sector
- Facilitate industry networking between small and large companies and individuals
- Bridge partnership exchanges between domestic and international organizations
- Present innovative visions, trends, studies and forecasts from the mobile marketplace
- Provide opportunities for local members to effectively participate in global initiatives
Our philosophy includes openness, equality, inclusion and the assumption that ideas should be tested through vigorous debate, critical examination and peer review. We also believe that initiative and risk-taking should be honored and that the mobile industry plays a key role in shaping society. There is a direct relation between mobile connectivity and political, economic and social freedom, the power of democracy, the rational management of our future and the triumph of reason and enlightenment.
Most people on the planet have never touched a computer – and they never will. But it is conceivable that, one day, everyone will have a mobile phone allowing them to communicate with fellow citizens, access networks and improve the quality of their lives, their livelihood and their future.
MoMo is a tool to help the worldwide industry achieve benefits for everyone by spreading knowledge and encouraging people with good ideas to take action. As “mobile folks,” we invite you to examine how this industry can contribute to making our neighborhoods, our cities and our societies better.