The Symbian Exchange 2009 – SEE2009

The Symbian Foundation is holding the  Symbian Exchange and Exposition (SEE)  at Earls Court 2, London on 27-28 October 2009. This is a FREE TO ATTEND event and its a must for anyone involved or interested in the future of mobile and the mobile industry.


Building on 10 years of successful Symbian events, SEE 2009 will reflect the evolution of mobile computing beyond the realm of the mobile phone, and create an event that has evolved beyond that of a traditional trade show.

Symbian Foundation is a non-profit organisation with a mission to enable a global business ecosystem that collaborates to create the richest, most satisfying mobile user experiences.  In keeping with this mission, SEE 2009 will provide a live, interactive forum to experience, interact and participate with thousands of mobile developers, device creators and industry executives helping to create the software and devices shaping the future mobile computing landscape.

There will also be talks and panel sessions from industry experts, leading minds and visionary speakers, such as Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, and Crossing the Chasm author, Geoffrey Moore.

The various events at SEE 2009 will allow all attendees to share and support ideas on the future of mobile, as well as how to work with Symbian to create the richest user experiences for mobile devices.

FoneArena will be covering the event live and I shall try to give you the updates from the ground as much as possible.

Author: Varun Krish

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