Some of brightest minds in mobile have made MobileMonday a powerful think tank for mobile service development in more than 70 countries.

How MobileMonday started

Autumn 2000 the who is who of the wireless technology and mobile content and device industry met in a pub for an informal get-together on a Monday evening. After discussing the latest in device technology and mobile content, the group decided to continue meeting on the first Monday of each month. Towards the end of 2004, the mobile developers movement started to spread to other global mobile device technology hotspots of the world and new chapters were started in the innovation hubs like Tokyo, Japan, Silicon Valley, USA as well as Rome and Milan, Italy and took the movement to the digital media and mobile marketing communities – 2014, Germany hosts the mobile evangelists in 5 cities (Berlin, Duesseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, and Munich).

All MobileMonday chapters are founded and operated by mobile industry volunteers passionate to support the local holistic development needs. A typical chapter has 2 individuals founders/organizers with different backgrounds, and in their support local advisors to help find most relevant event topics and formats, presenters, sponsors, and to reach to universities, VCs, developers, VC’s, public and private sector influencers, and to communicate with all relevant individuals. The MobileMonday chapters on local level get support and visions from the global side, knowledge share from already established chapters, but are more bonded by mutually agreed core values rather than guidelines or operational/brand manuals. MobileMonday events take place in many formats – morning workshops, Saturday seminars, weekend hackathons, but mostly on Monday evenings in neutral locations. Events are mostly free (sponsor or public sector supported) but participants must be relevant and ready to contribute. MobileMonday is built on the belief that innovative and sustainable development is based on personal trusted peer relationships which again encourages knowledge share. This can best be encouraged by regular physical meetings inorganically formed hubs. MobileMonday chapter relates mostly to a suburb or city rather than a country. Currently, there are some 140 MobileMonday chapters in 70+ countries. Trusted peer relationships – it takes time, mutual experiences, willingness to share relevant know-how and common core values to be able to build trusted relationships with peers (that might even be competitors from time to time).

This all takes time, but when established, are most effective in developing sustainable cluster knowledge, individual success cases, and cross-border business opportunities. We are moving from benchmarking into bench learning and from competition into collaborative development. One internationally successful local start-up can spark success into an entire cluster of companies, and innovative ideas can become global phenomenon even before the actual company is formed. MobileMonday has sparked hundreds of these success stories and continues to do so at an ever faster pace and reach.

MobileMonday Xing Ambassador Group
MobileMonday Xing Ambassador Group

MobileMonday Chapters

MoMo Adelaide, MoMo Algiers, MoMo Amsterdam, MoMo Austin, MoMo Bangalore, MoMo Barcelona, MoMo Beijing, MoMo Belfast, MoMo Berlin, MoMo Bogata, MoMo Boston, MoMo Brisbane, MoMo NY Brooklyn, MoMo Brussels, MoMo Bucharest, MoMo Budapest, MoMo Buenos Aires, MoMo Calgary,MoMo Caracas, MoMo Casablanca, MoMo Chicago, MoMo Chisinau, MoMo Colombo, MoMo Colorado in Boulder, MoMo Copenhagen,MoMo Dallas, MoMo Denver, MoMo Detroit, MoMo Dublin, MoMo Dusseldorf, MoMo Edinburgh, MoMo Frankfurt, MoMo Geneva,MoMo Hamburg, MoMo Hanoi, MoMo Helsinki, MoMo Hong Kong, MoMo Hyderabad, MoMo Islamabad, MoMo Istanbul, MoMo Jakarta,MoMo Johannesburg, MoMo Kampala, MoMo Kiev, MoMo Kuala Lumpur, MoMo Lisbon, MoMo London, MoMo Los Angeles, MoMo Madrid, MoMo Malmo, MoMo Malta, MoMo Méditerranée, MoMo Melbourne, MoMo Mexico City, MoMo Miami, MoMo Milan, MoMo Monaco, MoMo Montreal, MoMo Moscow, MoMo Mumbai, MoMo Munich, MoMo Nairobi, MoMo NY New York, MoMo Orlando, MoMo Oslo, MoMo Oulu, MoMo Palestine, MoMo Paris, MoMo Philadelphia, MoMo Portland, MoMo Prague, MoMo Rio De Janeiro, MoMo Rome, MoMo Sao Paulo, MoMo Seattle, MoMo Seoul, MoMo Shanghai, MoMo Silicon Valley, MoMo Singapore, MoMo Slovenia, MoMo Sofia, MoMo St. Petersburg, MoMo Stockholm, MoMo Sydney, MoMo Taipei, MoMo Tallinn, MoMo Tampa Bay, MoMo Tel Aviv, MoMo Tokyo, MoMo Toronto, MoMo Vancouver, MoMo Vienna, MoMo Vilnius, MoMo Warsaw, MoMo Washington, MoMo Zurich.

MobileMonday Germany – Eventplan 2011 / extract

FRA DemoNight @M-Days 27.01.2011
HAM SMS – Dead or Alive? & Outlook Mobile World Congress 07.02.2011
MUC MobileMonday @ Wearable Technologies & ISPO 2011 07.02.2011
MUC Tablets disrupt publishing and content distribution 21.02.2011
DUS Near Field Communication 28.02.2011
BER User-centric mobile service development 07.03.2011
FRA Mobile Social Media 21.03.2011
HAM Mobile Healthcare 04.04.2011
DUS Convergence: Print – Web – Mobile 06.04.2011
MUC Social Media meets Reality 11.04.2011
MUC Mobile gaming 23.05.2011
HAM Mobile Retail / POS Marketing 30.05.2011
BER Drivers of the mobile ecosystem 06.06.2011
FRA NFC – Another year of hope or a year of true hype 20.06.2011
DUS Mobile Social Web 04.07.2011
MUC Mobile Everywhere & First? + MoMo MUC Summer party 25.07.2011
BER Science and creativity in Mobile 05.09.2011
DUS Mobile Banking 19.09.2011
HAM Mobile Payment meets Mobile DevCon (Tuesday!) 18.10.2011
MUC mHalloween Party – No Privacy in Mobile 31.10.2011
HAM Gamification – Anytime & Anywhere (Tuesday!) 08.11.2011
DUS 5th NATIONAL SUMMIT and 5 Years MoMo in Dusseldorf 14.11.2011
MUC Mobile Developers meet New Phones, APIs & Ideas 21.11.2011
FRA Mobile Marketing and Advertising 28.11.2011
BER Mobile 2011 – 2020 05.12.2011

MobileMonday Germany – Eventplan 2014 / extract

03/10/14 BER Mobile & Cloud<
03/31/14 DUS Mobile Payment & Wallets
04/07/14 FRA Mobile Marketing
04/07/14 HAM Wearables & Connected Devices
05/05/14 DUS Internet of Things
05/13/14 FRA MoMo @ M-Days
05/26/14 MUC Can Munich win the Mobile World Cup?
06/05/14 BER m2d2 MobileMonday Developer Day
06/30/14 HAM Mobile Retail, Commerce & LBS
09/15/14 MUC Connected Cars
09/22/14 DUS Mobile Cloud & BI
10/06/14 HAM Mobile Video Advertising
10/13/14 FRA Mobile Security, MDM & BYOD
11/10/14 HAM Proximity Marketing (NFC, BLE)
11/24/14 DUS Mobile Health and Quantified Self
12/01/14 BER Mobile International Peers
12/17/14 MUC Smart Home