Save Your Seat: N2Y4 Mobile Challenge Conference is almost here!

The organizers of this year’s N2Y4 Mobile Challenge & Conference tell us there are still a few seats left for the 2-day event convening the best and brightest from an inter-disciplinary field of hackers, entrepreneurs, activists and philanthropists.  Be sure to get your seat today if you want to be part of this unique conference!

This year’s event convenes world-class speakers and (15) “Featured Projects” focused on innovations happening  in mobile field competing for $50k in cash-prizes.  Winners will be crowd-sourced from conference participants and receive cash-awards on day 2 of the event.


Still unsure? Here’s 3 ways participants dive into the mix with the N2Y4 Conference structure:

1. Tinkerers.  Are you challenged by lecture-formats?  No worries, share your expertise, or get involved in a hands-on session happening in the NetSquared Garage.

2. Kick the tires.  Do you need real-world case studies to help inform the way you think and develop your mobile projects?  Learn more about the technology, business plans and social-impact of (15) Projects who will be engaging with Funders and Entrepreneurs to defend their work’s potential and compete for ~$100k in cash-prizes.

3. Blow your mind.  +2billion people are carrying mobile phones every day.  The “State of Mobile” topical sessions will be facilitated by leaders in both the NGO and private-sector-sphere.  Sessions promise to cover leading theories and practices.
Hear from session-leaders share  use studies of mobile-technologies and projects that are solving real-world problems, and discuss the possibilities of what an increasingly ubiquitous mobile network means to the future of business and 21st century activism.

Conference Details:

Date:  Tuesday, May 26 & Wednesday, May 27
Location: Cisco Systems, San Jose, CA
Hotel: Visit N2Y4 for more info
Registration: REGISTER here!

See you in San Jose!

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  • Amy,

    I think this is a great project. Thanks for sharing. The question I have already is how did these 4 folks raise the capital to undertake this project?