Neomobile announces the final 5 contestants for their Facebook photo contest held at Mobile World Congress (MWC) last week.
Meet the final contestants of Neomobile’s photo contest we held in Barcelona during MWC 2014 called “The Superheroes of Mobile Monetization.” The final 5 are online recruiting their votes, in hopes of winning the first place prize, a mobile advertising campaign worth €10,000.
Our photo contest on Facebook was promoted across our various social media channels, such as Youtube & Twitter:
The contest was open to game or app developers, digital publishers, advertising agencies, or brands. Contestants were asked to take a picture in front of Neomobile’s “Superheroes of Mobile Monetization” poster. The photo that receives the most likes will be the winner of the competition.
Who will win? Only time will tell. It’s the final day to vote. Voting ends Thursday, March 6, 2014 at 3:00 pm CET
How can you vote? Cast your vote by liking your favourite picture! Click below to see our photo album “Neomobile contest @MWC14” Who will you vote for?
Meet the Final 5 contestants here:
Day by day the App world is becoming more and more crowded. At the dawn of the app era, a good app developer could make a good application (even a very simple one) and he would find the perfect place for it in the store without too much efforts to promote it, and without having great knowledge of marketing.
Today, however, with the thousands of apps that continue to emerge daily, creating your own app is just the first step, in fact, sometimes it is not even the first step but the starting point.
To grasp the immensity of the Mobile World Congress all you need is a walk from the main entrance to the Hall 8. It’s a 20 minutes straight walk, that can easily become 1 or 2 hours if you decide to take a peek into the exhibition Halls. Fira Gran Via becomes the biggest state of mobile technology, from OTT players and operators to App developers and startups, 4 days of networking, ideas exchanging and new business opportunities.
The first day was surely marked by Mark Zuckenbergs opening keynote and the idea of connecting the unconnected: the Facebook’s big project moving forward with the recent acuisition of WhatsApp, that also yestuday announced that voice services will be activated in the second quarter of this year. Nokia announced new afforadbe devices that run on Android OS, and HTC and Sony launched new smartphones and tablets. Check out the Mobile World Live overview of the first Day at MWC14:
This year Neomobile’s booth is located in the Hall 7, next to the Mobile money pavilion, and we’re having a very busy schedule. Numerous meetings and business inquiries, and a lot of curious eyes attracted by our Superheroes of Mobile monetization theme and concurs. Would you like to participate?Just come to our booth and strike your best superhero pose, you might win €10K Mobile ADV campaign. We are in Hall 7 MR702, come and say hi! Check out the contest photos on our Facebook page and vote for your favorite ones.
Check out our first two days at MWC14:
Interview with Agustin Llorente, Neomobile’s Spain Country Director, on the current state and the future challenges of the mobile industry in Spain
The Spanish economic market is finally recovering from the period of crisis. What will be, in your opinion, the role of mobile industry in this process?
As explained on a recent article posted on Onebip blog it seems that, in light of last results, Spain is indeed on its recovering phase. The crisis in Spain finds its main origin on the collapse of the Real State bubble so new business areas and sectors should consequently become the new fuel of the boost replacing old models. We are certain that the mobile industry can play a key role now, lead by the top tier operators based in Spain (Movistar, Vodafone and Orange) together with companies like Neomobile, who brings an added value to the mobile ecosystem. The socio-economic contribution of the Mobile industry to the Spanish economy is considerably relevant in terms of GDP, public funding (due to the spectrum fees and other direct and indirect taxes) and the growth of qualified employment.
Special edition of our Top news from the mobile & tech industry -Mobile World Congress 2014
WhatsApp to launch voice services
WhatsApp has sent shockwaves through the mobile industry by announcing it will soon launch a voice service in addition to its widely used messaging application.
Speaking during a Monday-morning keynote session at the Mobile World Congress, Jan Koum, the internet player’s chief executive, said WhatsApp plans to introduce the voice service in the second quarter of the year, and will initially cater to Android devices and iPhones before turning its attention to Windows and Nokia handsets.