Monday, June 20, 2011

Eggs with Benedict - European Enterprise Mobility Breakfast Meetings

My breakfast was this big!
Next week, the week of June 27th, I will be presenting a series of breakfast meetings on enterprise mobility in 5 different cities across Europe.  If you are in the neighborhood, I would love to invite you to breakfast with me.  I will be having breakfast in the following locations:

  • Paris - 27th June - Park Hyatt Vendome Hotel - 5 Rue de la Paix
  • Geneva - 28th June - Hotel Grand Kempinski - 19 Quai de Mont Blanc
  • Frankfurt - 29th June - Marriott Hotel - 2 Hamburger Allee
  • Brussels - 30th June - Radisson Blu - 35 Idaliestraat
  • London -1st July - Park Hyatt The Churchill Hotel - Berkeley Mews Mayfair
If you are interested in attending at any of these locations please email James Common.  James is organizing the event.  I would love to meet up and discuss enterprise mobility with you!  Here is the event description.

K2 Partnering Solutions is proud to be hosting a Mobile Strategy presentation and question and answer breakfast session with Kevin Benedict as our guest speaker. Kevin is a renowned authority in the area of mobility and a much sought after advisor by companies around the world.

Whether you are presently reviewing or have already begun implementing a mobile strategy at your own company, this is an opportunity to broaden your understanding and share experiences with CIOs, Application Managers and Mobile specialists from other leading firms.

We would welcome your attendance and are happy to extend additional invites to your colleagues or peers in this area but would be grateful if you would inform us in advance of the numbers in your party along with their name and job titles.

These will be small intimate breakfast meetings, so if you are interested please contact James right away as there is limited seating and orange juice.

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Kevin Benedict, Independent Mobile and M2M Industry Analyst, SAP Mentor Volunteer
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Full Disclosure: I am an independent mobility analyst, consultant and blogger. I work with and have worked with many of the companies mentioned in my articles.