MoMo Manila Tomorrow! (Aug 22)–Mobile Bayanis, Gaming, Free Beer, & Live Coverage!

MoMo Manila Tomorrow! (Aug 22)–Mobile Bayanis, Gaming, Free Beer, & Live Coverage!
August 21 21:14 2011 Print This Article



Tomorrow, August 22nd, Mobile Monday Manila will fire off its fourth meeting in the longstanding tradition of the monthly meetups between mobile users and professionals. This month, they’ll be holding the first ever Mobile Bayani Awards – these are mobile dignitaries that you nominated and we’ll find out tomorrow who gets the top three spots. They’ll also be featuring a few members from the International Game Developers Association (IGDA) Manila Chapter to discuss a topic we hold dear to our hearts – mobile gaming. As is usual with all Mobile Monday events, there’s free food and beer(!) and the ambience is casual and friendly. Attendees can meet a lot of industry professionals this way and expand their network. And if for some reason you can’t attend, you can check out our live coverage which will be embedded after the jump!


Tomorrow’s event will be at BBDO Guerrero / Proximity Philippines and attendance, is as always, free. Everyone interested is encouraged to join and participate in the discussion. So if you’re keen to check it out, pick up a registration ticket here. Or you can learn more about Mobile Monday Manila at their website.


For everyone not fortunate enough to be able to join us, we’ll hook you up with the next best thing – live coverage! Check out the embedded live blogging widget below and sign yourself in for a reminder or check out this page around 6:30 or 7:00PM when we’ll flip the switch and start the feed. If you have any questions, feel free to put up comments on the widget and we’ll try to have them answered!


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  1. Aj Banda
    August 22, 17:18 #1 Aj Banda

    O received an invite from this event, unfortunately I just read it today.. :(

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  2. mussharapp
    August 23, 23:21 #2 mussharapp

    Yey! I attended this event! Cool stuff! :) Mobile developers in the Philippines should often be exposed to this kinds of events to hear inspirational talks on how some became successful through their apps, and also, on how some were able to contribute to the society.

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