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Get (Started) Up! Mobile Mobile Mobile
Wednesday, February 22, 2012 from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM (EST)
Durham, United States
Plenty of Coffee
Wednesday, February 22nd
DOORS OPEN at 7:30am for coffee and networking
Presentation beginning at 7:50am, wraps up by 9:00am
Coffee and networking from 9:00am to 9:30am encouraged!
Memorial Union Building (MUB) Entertainment Center
Join us for our bi-weekly "Get (Started) Up!" Series. Next up: Mobile Morning!
Three different "mobilepreneurs" present their apps and mobile businesses.
Eric Reed from Timesheet Mobile
Timesheet Mobile transforms any mobile phone into an employee work time and location tracker. Patented technology provides employee work location verification via ordinary cell phones.
Mike Muldoon from Interactive Medical Productions
Mike will present on two of his outstanding iPhone apps:
Ustabilize® is a ﬁrst of its kind mobile application which allows users to objectively measure human balance and stability. Users can score their stability in any position or movement pattern, practice their stability, as well as challenge friends and family to see who can win the Ustabilize® Challenge.
Ustabilize™users also have the option to create an account on www.ustabilize.com to track their progress, view their challenge results, and follow the Ustabilize® leader boards.
Get My ROM turns your iPhone® into a Digital Inclinometer. Measure your Range of Motion (ROM) quickly and easily with your iPhone® or iPod Touch™. GetMyROM is the first app for Health and Fitness Professional that accurately measures joint Range of Motion (ROM) to the tenth of a degree.
Santosh Sharan from LocationFabric
Santosh will talk about his experiences starting two location-based mobile companies:
Livesphere enables contextual communities around buildings and locations. Facebook is for interacting with friends and Livesphere is for interacting with strangers and people you may not know well but share a location. Currently in private beta at select universities.
Bubbl Camera is a customer photo engagement platform. Users are already sharing a lot of pictures and now these pictures can be monetized. Merchants and facility owners provide overlays and info captions that show up on pictures taken at their locations. Currently in commercial pilot at multiple locations.
Listen and engage three mobilepreneurs as they talk about their revenue models, technology struggles and breakthroughs, and thoughts about how and why mobile changes everything.
About the Get (Started) Up! Breakfast Series:
NH-ICC Managing Director Mark Galvin and UNH ORPC Executive Director Marc Sedam joined forces this spring to teach a new course for undergraduates at UNH's Whittemore School of Business and Economics: Creating Successful Startup Businesses (MGMT 798). The course exploits opportunities created by change and innovation and proves the role of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial teams in managing new ventures.
The Get (Started) Up Seminar Series brings notable entrepreneurs and innovators to the UNH-Durham campus to talk to both UNH students and community members about their business experiences.
The Seminar Series will run throughout February, March, and April. To learn more about upcoming seminars, register now and join the NH-ICC email list.
Coffee and Refreshments Served thanks to our sponsors:
Pierce Atwood is one of New England's leading commercial law firms with more than 130 attorneys who serve regional, national and international clients from offices in Boston, MA; Portland and Augusta, ME; Portsmouth, NH; Providence, RI; Washington, DC; and Stockholm, Sweden.
When & Where
NH Innovation Commercialization Center
The New Hampshire Innovation Commercialization Center (NH-ICC), in partnership with the University of New Hampshire (UNH), is dedicated to accelerating the development of early stage high technology startups and to the commercialization of UNH intellectual capital.
Support the NH-ICC with a tax deductible donation today.
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT PARKING AND DIRECTIONS:
The location for our Get (Started) Up! Series is challenging to find on your first attempt. The MUB Entertainment Center is buried in the GROUND floor of the building, and isn't easy to find from any direction.
After parking in C Lot, be sure to keep your eyes open for important signage to direct you to a hard-to-find secret back doorway.
Getting to this direct entrance to the Entertainment Center is MUCH faster and easier than navigating the byzantine MUB complex from the inside.
Do not enter the MUB's main entrance(s) unless you're familiar with the building OR you want to get lost!
Trust us- park in C Lot, and follow our signs. You'll get there much faster.
Where to Park? C Lot! Click the map below to see where to park FREE!