Welsh App Showcase 2013
Wednesday, 18 September 2013 from 10:00 to 15:30 (BST)
Welsh App Showcase 2013
CEMAS are delighted to announce the 3rd Welsh App Showcase which this year will take place at the Marriott Hotel in Cardiff on the 18th September between 10am-3.30pm
The Welsh Apps Showcase is an opportunity for Welsh SMEs to promote their apps and mobile related products to a wide audience and includes exhibitors from around Wales. SMEs, Freelancers and potential new start-ups can also take advantage of the wide variety of support available to them throughout Wales and attend free informative seminars relating to the benefits of Mobile Apps in Business.
There will be a Buffet Lunch & Resfreshments will be served throughout the day.
Registration and Refreshments
Helen Marshall, Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Academic and Business Development
From Author to Apps
Eiry Rees Thomas, Author
TaxiRoute: From Web to Windows Phone Application
Mike Hole, Edge Data Systems
Lunch & Networking
Transcending Design Disciplines: How Animation Became Truly Mobile
Eilian Roderick, CEMAS
Location Based Content and Mid Wales
Paul Sandham, Geosho
Software Patents: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Ceirian Jones, Urquhart-Dykes and Lord (UDL) LLP
How Mobile Banking is transforming consumer engagement with their Bank
Will Jones – Managing Director, EMEA, Monitise
Monetising a Global Audience
Stephen Milburn, Tradebox Media
We look forward to seeing you at the App Showcase!
The Welsh App Showcase is part funded through the European Regional Development Fund and the University of South Wales.
When & Where
Centre of Excellence in Mobile and Emerging Technologies
CEMET is based at the University of South Wales, within the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science.
We believe that innovation is a vital part of business growth. As a result, we support Welsh businesses that are seeking to create new products, solutions and services, through bespoke funded collaborative research projects.
CEMET envisage a Wales where businesses continuously innovate, utilising emerging technologies to provide market leading products and services that shape the future. It's our aim to contribute to an environment where the knowledge and capacity to innovate are key business drivers.
The programme is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Welsh Government. ERDF funding aims to strengthen economic and social cohesion in the European Union.