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Ticketeazy wants to boost mobile ticketing

There’ve been talk about mobile ticketing for a long time already, but still we don’t see much appearing on the market.

One of the latest initiatives is Ticketeazy, a project developed by Nick Van de Velde and Thomas Verhaeghe during their final year in college. They want to ease waiting lines at events through mobile ticketing, using twodimensional barcodes (QR codes) on the mobile phone.

When buying a ticket online, the user receives the bar code on his phone.  He simply has to scan that code at the entrance of the event to get access.  A copy of the bar code is sent to the mailbox, so it can be printed and scanned on paper as well, for those who are less confident the mobile technology will work properly.

At the moment, Ticketeazy targets small to medium large events.  They don’t have any test cases yet, but they are in talks with parties such as Tele Ticket Service, who has shown an intrest in the mobile service. 

Mobile Virtual Network operators at a turning point

Next Monday, December 14th, Mobile Monday Brussels will organise their next event.

The aim of this Mobile Monday Brussels session is to provide an understanding of the what is rapidly changing in the Belgian MVNO scene in terms of technology, branding and business models.

Timing:

18h00. Registration, quick bite and Welcome by Henri Fischgrund, founder Axisparc

18h30. Presentation

  • “How SIP and VoIP is transforming the model”
    by Bernard No’l de Burlin ,CEO Mondial Telecom
  • “Mobile data MVNO and microMVNO’s”
    by Koen Delvaux, co-Founder & CMO Mobile Vikings
  • Speaker 3 under confirmation

19h40. Mobile Monday Barcelona Premier Awards selection and
Mobile Monday Brussels 2010 forecast

19h55. Presentation of HEODE and “One Way” concept by Florent Grandjean
and Loïc Bar, followed by a reception.
Location: (Sponsored by HEODE)

HEODE Louvain-La-Neuve
Axis Parc – @xeICT
Rue Emile Francqui, 5
1435 Mont-St-Guibert

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Trading Minds: congress about Mobile Marketing

This morning I presented about Mobile Internet and its marketing values at the 11th Trading Minds congress, an initiative by the students of the Katholieke Hogeschool Kempen departement Handelswetenschappen en Bedrijfskunde – Turnhout.

Interesting event, well organised, good content – congratulations to the organising students !

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WGM seminar covered by forum4editors

We’re glad to see that the Web Goes Mobile seminar was covered on forum4editors.

Check out their site for following articles:
Mobile strategy: from mass to tailor-made advertising (interview Peter Vandermeersch)
From Mobile 1.0 to Mobile 2.0 (interview Paul Golding)
What people need to commit to mobile internet (interview Nanno Palte)

They’ve also done some video interviews at the event:

Interview Peter Vandermeersch

Interview Paul Golding

Interview Danny Lein

Interview u-centric

Web Goes Mobile 3 – A Success Story

Last Thursday, MobileWeb.be hosted the third Web Goes Mobile seminar in Grimbergen.   The room was filled with professionals, interested in the presentations by Nanno Palte (InSites Consulting), Peter Vandermeersch (De Standaard), Paul Golding and Marc Vanlerberghe (Google).

You can download the presentations here.

Some reactions from enthousiastic participants after the seminar:

It was a great seminar and I’m happy to have been a part of it. See you next time!
Brecht Fourneau – Howest

Thanks for a beautiful conference day today.  Good speakers and an impeccable organisation!!! Chapeau!!!
Jan-Maarten Willems – Netlog

Congrats for yesterday! Content was first class, happy to have been there!
Julien Blanchez – Google

Thank you for the very strong and successful event of today. Good speakers, strong content, good audience and full house, beautiful location, great catering,… and a perfect host. On to edition 4 !
Joris De Lannoy – Corelio

The speakers were top notch, the discussions were interesting and the host and sponsors provided everyone with a warm welcome. Most importantly, this event convinced me that the feeling I’m having since a few months is reality: The mobile web market in Belgium is now really taking off.
Koen Delvaux –  CityLive

The Blackberry Pearl was won by KDW (ACE)

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The book “Next generation wireless applications” by Paul Golding was won by Pieter Van Ostaeyen (De Lijn).
Johan Vounckx (Telenet) and Claudio Capodifoglia (Boulevart) have won the book “Mobile Web 2.0” by Ajit Jaokar and Tony Fish.

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More pictures from the event:

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Video material of the event will soon be available, so stay tuned!

MobileWeb interview at Mobile Monday

At the Mobile Monday event on September 22nd, Danny Lein (CEO MobileWeb.be) was interviewed by AWT TV:

Next Mobile Monday is on November 17th, 2008 with following program:

18.30 Welcome – Wim De Waele (IBBT)
18.40 Mobile Advertising what can we expect in Belgium- Fabian Tilmant (Cleverwood)
19.00 Start-up case – Jean-Paul de Ville (Pumbby)
19.20 Debrief of MobileMonday Stockholm session – Tanguy De Lestré
19.30 Drinks and networking

More info here.
See you there!

MobileWeb.be at Customer First

MobileWeb.be and Register.be joined several other exhibitors at the second edition of Customer First, last week at Tour&Taxis.
In 2006, the first edition drew more than 1600 professionals. This year the organiser Best of Publishing chose to spread the event over two days. And while officially there were about 2300 visitors, the hall looked disappointingly empty most of the time. Many students though, who -as one pointed out to me- are “the future of the business”… Oh well.

We organised a game to promote our MMS application; the mobile pictures were taken all over Customer First and then displayed on our flat screen. Participants could send in the code that matched their picture. From all those participants we picked a winner: Nicolas P. will receive a nice Nokia mobile phone – congratulations!

Check the MMS picture gallery here.

MobileWebbers Sven Bally & Danny Lein also held a workshop, presenting several interesting Mobile Marketing and Mobile Internet case studies.

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