For Mobile Monday Lansing in February 2016, Nick Kwiatkowski gave us a great overview of the Internet of Things and how we could potential build our own mobile devices. We were joined this month by MITN, the Michigan Technology Network. MITN is a statewide organization driven to enhance the development of technology professionals through education and networking events with a focus on community involvement. A special thanks to RMC for providing the food and drink for the night as well as LEAP for providing Room 300 to us.
Check Out MTAM
MTAM is a non-profit trade association for Michigan's mobile/wireless technologies industry, businesses that provide those technologies, and the businesses - in all industries - that use these technologies. If you want to know more about what is happening with mobile technology , do check out http://www.gomobilemichigan.org for more details.
Next Month: Project-Based Innovation with Jerry Norris
Besides the Lansing Maker Space which is a great place to learn and build, we have The Fledge in Grand Ledge which has utilized Project-Based Innovation to start several business. On March 28th, Jerry Norris, Co-Founder of the Fledge is going to be talking about how they've been using mobile technology and project-based innovation to start several new business out of the Fledge.
April: Mobile and Entrepreneurship
If you are interested in entrepreneurship and starting businesses, you should also check out our April event. Gregory Nasto, the founder and managing partner of Michigan based Mousetrap Group, LLC will be speaking about how mobile technology will continue to be fertile ground for new businesses. He will also speak about his 23-year experience with entrepreneurship and building mobile solutions to common problems.
Mousetrap Group, LLC is a full service digital marketing agency that develops corporate & association mobile strategies and programs. Greg is a lifelong entrepreneur with a 23-year track record of achievement that includes the successful startup of seven technology and marketing based businesses.
How you can help:
Mobile Mondays in Lansing are thriving but we could help in several ways:
- Help Organize and Host
help reach out to speakers and get events ready
- Reach Out
tell others through social media and through word-of-mouth about how these events have helped you
- Volunteer to Speak
speak at events about what you think people should know about in mobile tech
- Give Us Feedback
we are looking for feedback and we are especially interested in knowing what you are interested in hearing about in the mobile space
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. See you next month!