Unfortunately, MoMoCampToronto is happening the same night as DemoCampToronto16. It looks like Jim and Alexander have done a great job deriving a new event based on the original DemoCamp format. The event is a competition where entrepreneurs are given “5 minutes to talk about their company and demonstrate their software, applications or services”. For some reason, they compare the event to Fight Club in a press release. Obviously never having paid attention to the rules of Fight Club (see rules 1, 2 and 4).
1. You don’t talk about fight club.
2. You don’t talk about fight club.
4. Only two guys to a fight.
All ill-fitted Fight Club comparisons aside, this looks like a great event with a fun line up in the mobile space.
About the MoMoCamp Competitors
- Demonstration by Kevin Keiller
UrbanScavengerHunt.com is a web-based service that allows people to create and participate in “realworld” scavenger hunts using their mobile phones and text messaging. Urban Scavenger Hunts can be used for experiential and event marketing (B2B and B2C), team building, social and charity events. Urban Scavenger Hunt allows anyone to build a mobile “Amazing Race” style event.
- Demonstration by Chris Boddy
Intergig is a start-up company with a focus to bring all interested parties online as far as the mobile internet is concerned. There are a number of approaches to this end; dotMobi of course; but also WAP porting software and the use of traditional top-level domains optimized for mobile. The founders of the company have had success positioning their companies on the internet to achieve profits. SEO, branding, general consulting and design efforts are components of their staging strategy. Intergig manages and/or owns over 7000 early registered dotMobi domains.
- Demonstration by Simon Law
Xtreme Mobility Inc. designs and delivers secure wireless transaction software solutions for the consumer finance and payment processing industry sectors. Xtreme Mobility provides solutions for seamless access to time-sensitive information and data on multiple network standards.
- Demonstration by Nussar Ahmad
Addictive Mobility, a subsidiary of addictiveTECH Corp, is an interactive mobile technology company specializing in social media utilities powered through the AU Platform. This platform enables communication between mobile phones and the next generation of open platforms such as Facebook, Myspace, and Orkut.
- Demonstration by Derek Colfer
Jambo Mobile is a mobile media company with extensive experience in the development, management and execution of mobile-based initiatives for the healthcare, marketing, media and enterprise verticals. Jambo Mobile’s products include text and rich/binary content delivery, java applications development, carrier connectivity and mobile games development.