Paperairplanes app lands on the podium of Appcircus Paris

Paperairplanes is an android app that allows you to easily craft multiple models of paper airplanes. As its developer Simon Marquis explains, the app is all about crafting aiplanes sorted by rating or difficulty, with Youtube video tutorials, symbols and basic folds to understand the principles of Origami and finally Tips and Tricks.

On Wednesday 10 December, Paperairplanes was our winner! Out of the 9 android apps pitched live at Institut Mines-Telecom in Paris, Simon and his app got all the attention from the jury panel and the audience with his simple but specialized app cared in all the details.

Simon will fly to Barcelona next spring, sponspored by Intel Software, to pitch at the Mobile Premier Awards and attend the Mobile World Congress ’15. Congratulations to the winner!

On the other hand, we really enjoyed meeting all participants and discovering their curious useful and ingenious android apps!

Here are some pictures from the event:


Open Cities App Challenge Jury

We are happy to announce the jury members that will select the best apps from the Open Cities App Challenge. Participants of the challenge can tab into the great Open Data resources made availabe by the Open Cites project including data from the cities of Amsterdam, Barcelona, Bologna, Berlin, Helsinki, London, Paris and Rome.

The Open Cities App Challenge is a free entry competiton, and a chance to create and make a mark within the city you live. Your app can be seen and used by millions of European citizens.

Developers can still submit their app now. Its easy!

1. Create your app using Open Data from one of the participating cities
2. Upload it to http://opencities.appcircus.com/
3. Hit Submit!

The winner will receive the Best Open Cities App and a prize of €3,000 in November in Barcelona. The Open Data App Challenge deadline is June 30th, 2012 September 15th, 2012 (extended!!).

And here’s the jury who will evaluate the apps submitted to the challenge:

Ushman Haque, Pachube

Usman Haque is the founder of Pachube (now known as Cosm.com), a real-time data infrastructure and community for the Internet of Things (acquired by LogMeIn Inc in 2011, where he currently leads the Urban Projects Division); and director of Haque Design + Research (www.haque.co.uk). Trained as an architect, he has created responsive environments, interactive installations, digital interface devices and dozens of mass-participation initiatives. His skills include the design and engineering of both physical spaces and the software and systems that bring them to life. He received the 2008 Design of the Year Award (interactive) from the Design Museum, UK, a 2009 World Technology Award (art), a Wellcome Trust Sciart Award, a grant from the Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science and Technology, the Swiss Creation Prize, Belluard Bollwerk International, the Japan Media Arts Festival Excellence prize and the Asia Digital Art Award Grand Prize.

Francesca Bria, Imperial College London

Francesca Bria is currently a PhD Researcher and Teaching Associate at Imperial College London, in the digital economy laboratory. She is investigating issues ranging from social media platforms, identity systems and digital Cities. Francesca is a member of the Internet of Things Council and a policy advisor and expert for the Province of Rome and the European Commission on ICT, Future Internet and Smart Cities. She is a member of the Expert Group on Open Innovation of the European Commission and of the IOT-A (Internet of Things Architecture) stakeholder community. Francesca is a social scientist with an MSc in digital economy and innovation from the University College of London, Birkbeck and she is an advocate for open technology, digital commons and collaborative creativity.

Dr. Rufus Pollock, Open Knowledge Foundation

Dr. Rufus Pollock is co-Founder and Director of the Open Knowledge Foundation, a Shuttleworth Foundation Fellow, an Associate of the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law at the University of Cambridge and a fellow of the RSA. He has worked extensively as a scholar and developer on the social, legal and technological issues related to the creation and sharing of knowledge and acted as an official adviser on open data to several governments.

After graduating with a first in Mathematics (and a distinction in part III) from the University of Cambridge in 2004 he co-founded the Open Knowledge Foundation, a not-for-profit which works to promote open knowledge — any kind of information from sonnets to statistics, genes to geodata, that can be freely used, reused, and redistributed. In parallel with his activities at the OKF, he has also worked as an academic in economist: in 2008 he obtained a PhD in Economics from the University of Cambridge and from 2007 to 2010 he was the Mead Fellow in Economics at Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge. He remains an Associate of the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law at the University of Cambridge. Other activities include: co-founding the Open Rights Group in 2005 and serving on its board until 2008; serving as director of the UK branch of the Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure from 2004-2006 during the crucial vote on the software patents directive, and as policy adviser to Creative Commons UK from 2003-2007.

Martin Bryant, The Next Web

Martin Bryant is Managing Editor at The Next Web, a leading online publication covering Internet technology, business and culture. Martin has a particular interest in European startups, and spends much time travelling the continent to meet the people behind the technologies that will shape the future.

Dietmar Offenhuber, MIT

Dietmar Offenhuber is a research fellow in the Senseable City Lab at the Department for Urban Studies and Planning at MIT. He has backgrounds in architecture, urban studies and interactive media; his research interests include the representation and organization of urban infrastructures. Dietmar holds degrees from TU Vienna and the MIT Media Lab. He was key researcher in the Ars Electronica Futurelab and the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Media.Art.Research and Professor in the Interface Cultures program at the Art University Linz. His work has been shown, among other places, at ZKM Karlsruhe, Ars Electronica, the Sundance Film Festival, Secession Vienna, the Seoul International Media Art Biennale and Arte Contemporaneo, Madrid.

CineXPlayer 3D won the AppCircus in Paris.

We had a great time in France, you cannot go wrong hosting a mobile showcase in Paris. Where every top technology company from France is innovating and creating some very interesting applications and the event gave a glimpse into what French App Artists are doing in the french capital. There was a good variety of apps on stage.

Our own Rudy De Weale came to Paris to moderate the event, we would like to thank our sponsors that made the event a success: BlackBerry, Nuance, Fing, Silicon Sentier, Bluenove and Applidium.

CineXPlayer 3D is the winner from the Paris mobileshowcase.

With some interesting technology behind this 3D movie application, which enables CineXPlayer to run files in almost any format – such as .avi and others — and includes support for subtitled (.srt) files, as well as TV/VGA/HDMI Output. It has a well-rounded Xvid movie player available on the App Store. Their goal is to become the best app for iPad owners to View, Store, and Manage their digital film library.

Congratullations to the winner!

Fidme and Frog&Ox notable apps.

Other apps that deserve a mention are Fidme and Frog & Ox who did a great pitch and also made the audience enjoy the mobile showcase in Paris. We would also like to thank the rest of the participants for being on stage to pitch their vision on their industry and showcase their creation in AppCircus.

Last but not least we would like to thank everyone of you who showed up to support the local developer and mobile ecosystem in Paris, with out you we would not have such a great vibe at the event. Thank you all and also our sponsors who support our traveling mobile showcase.

Upcoming AppCircus events:

If you are a mobile developer, Startup or company and would like to be part of AppCircus, please sign up to our global platform and hope to see you at a nearby event. For event organizers, if you are interested in hosting an AppCircus in your city, please contact us.

See you all at an AppCircus near you! Remember to follow us on twitter @AppCircus.

Apps to pitch on stage in Paris

The AppCircus mobile showcase is back in Paris! App Artists from all over Europe applied to pitch for AppCircus in Paris, we are looking forward to see all the innovation from the French capital. First a big thank you to all the App Artists that applied, without you we would not be where we are today. The online jury selected 8 apps to be part of the AppCircus in Paris. In no particular order they are:

CineXPlayer 3D. Watch your Xvid movies on the go from anywhere even if they’re in formats that don’t normally play or even sync with your iPad or iPad 2 today!

Frog and Ox. This version of “The frog who wanted to be as big as the ox” is a truly groundbreaking interactive art book With a large range of entirely handmade illustrations.


iMediaSante. If you visit France, and you are tired of not having the appointment with your Doctor on the day of your convenience, iMédiaSanté is now here to help. Today on iPhone and soon Android application is essential.

Moodstocks Notes. Moodstocks Notes is the easiest way to see and share reviews on the go. It’s as easy as snapping a movie poster a book cover or a wine label and letting the world know.

Prixing. The N0.1 Barcode reader app for France.

Appysnap. Appysnap is a different type of game for iPhone, one that brings the game to the player. Once you’ve downloaded Appysnap, new missions are sent to your handset at any time.

Fidme. All your loyalty cards gathered on your mobile phone, FidMe is the mobile wallet so you can scan your loyalty card and present your mobile phone for checkout in stores.

Skiver. allows users to come up with the perfect cover story to fool their boss into thinking they are genuinely ill and even suggests activities to fill a ‘sickie day’.

These are all the apps that will pitch for 3 minutes on the main stage at AppCircus in Paris we look forward in hearing their stories and also talk personally during the networking with their creators. If you would like to attend the event, please get your ticket here.

Upcoming AppCircus events:

If you are a mobile developer, Startup or company and would like to be part of AppCircus, please sign up to our global platform and hope to see you at a nearby event. For event organizers, if you are interested in hosting an AppCircus in your city, please contact us.

See you all at an AppCircus near you! Remember to follow us on twitter @AppCircus.

The Jury for AppCircus in Paris

A couple of days only now for the AppCircus coming to Paris for the 2nd time! This event will happen during The Future of Communications Conference, to be held in the Centquatre on 23rd June, will address these essential issues of our digital future.

AppCircus is FREE if you will like to attend only the mobile showcase please RSVP. Register here to attend the event.

Venue Information.

The location will be in CENTQUATRE, 104 rue d’Aubervilliers – 5 rue Curial / 75019 Paris / FRANCE; the event information can be found here.

AppCircus in Paris.

10 mobile applications will be chosen to be on stage and pitch to a Jury. The winner will have a slot to be nominated for the 2012 Mobile Premier Awards in Barcelona, held during the Mobile World Congress.

AppCircus in Paris is supported by Applidium, bluenove, Cap DigitalFaberNovelFingSilicon Sentier and Nuance.

Agenda

2.00pm: Welcome and introductions
2.15pm: First Act – Leading Platforms present
2.25pm: 2nd Act – 10 Apps present with jury feedback
3.25pm: Thanks and jury selection for Runnerup plus the winner.
3.30pm: Networking and Winner announcement
4.00pm: Close

And here are the jury members who will select the best app of AppCircus in Paris:

Reimund Schmald, Marketing Manager, Mobile Division, Nuance Communications Inc. EMEA Central and Eastern Europe.
Reimund Schmald is Marketing Manager in the Mobile Division of Nuance Communications Inc. responsible for  EMEA Central and Eastern Europe. He has been in the speech technology industry for 15 years joining Nuance in 2003 through acquisition. While at Nuance has held a number of  Sales and Business Development positions and in January 2011 became  responsible for the Marketing of the Handset based mobile technologies and solutions. Previously Reimund held several sales positions in the semiconductor and imaging industry. He received a diploma in semiconductor physics from Aachen Technical University, Germany. Reimund is married and has two children.

Baptiste Benezet, Directeur Exécutif, Associé d’Applidium.
Baptiste Benezet est directeur exécutif et associé d’Applidium, éditeur de services mobiles, filiale du groupe faberNovel. Baptiste a développé, depuis plus de 6 ans, une expertise dans la conception, la gestion et l’accompagnement de projets et produits innovants, notamment sur supports mobiles. Baptiste est également en charge du développement Produit chez faberNovel.

Claudio Vandi, Project Manager at Silicon Xperience.
Claudio is an expert in Usability, Cognitive ergonomics and Semiotics and an active member of the European network of Living Labs. He is project manager for Silicon Xperience at Silicon Sentier and Phd candidate in Cognitive Psychology at LUTIN Userlab, where he also coordinates Living Lab activities. In 2010, he lead a study on the usage of interactive tablets by older adults. He has been member of the jury for the Galileo Masters competition in Europe and Parisapps in France. In 2011 he co-founded Flipbulbs.com.

Philippe Nikolov, Chef de projet et chargé de mission Carrefour des Possibles.
Pendant ses études de mathématiques et de gestion il s’intéresse au développement de l’internet et collabore dans différentes start-up pour des projets de développement web. Il intègre ensuite une société spécialisée dans la fourniture de composants de mesures pour des expériences en laboratoire, il est spécialisé sur les micros PC (norme PC 104) et collabore sur des développements de programmes d’acquisitions. La connaissance des start-up et l’ouverture sur la recherche l’amène à rejoindre la Fing pour s’occuper du Carrefour des Possibles en région Ile de France, évènement national qui présente 10 projets d’usages innovants tous différents. Un principe : naviguer dans différents univers pour partir peut-être avec un 11e projet en tête. Partis sur l’idée de construire un robot de téléprésence au Carrefour des Possibles pour les personnes qui ne pouvaient se déplacer, il est amené Grâce à Cyril Fievet, journaliste de la Fing spécialiste de la robotique à rencontrer les différents acteurs, start-up et laboratoire en robotique. Convaincu du développement proche de la robotique personnelle, il lance en 2008 la Rencontre et le Challenge RobotCité. Il participe à la création du premier syndicat de robotique personnelle, Syrobo et au lancement du cluster robotique du pôle de compétitivité Cap Digital. Il s’intéresse au développement de la robotique par les usages.

Martin Duval, Founder & CEO of bluenove.
bluenove is now the French leader in Open & Collaborative Innovation consulting and services with major corporate customers such as Orange, BT, PagesJaunes, L’Oréal, EDF, PPR, Unedic, La Poste, Microsoft, Chanel, SUEZ Env, SEB, etc.

bluenove also invests in R&D through its InnovNation Serious Game project supported by the French Ministry of Industry in partnership with the INRIA lab and ParaSchool.

From 2001 to 2008 at Orange, Martin has managed innovative projects through Corporate Venturing and partnerships with innovative startups in areas such as mobile applications, mobile/web convergence, m-Health, and mobile music. In 2006 he developed an Open Innovation program, the ‘Orange Start Up Program’ to partner with start-ups and VCs in the area of Web 2.0.

Prior to Orange, Martin has started his carreer in the aerospace industry at Eurocopter/EADS, then worked in the Accor group before to spend three years in Change Management consulting at Cambridge Technology Partners.

Martin holds a Master in Applied Physics (Aix-Marseille University and the University of Sussex, UK), an MBA from University of Chicago Loyola and a Master in Management of Information Systems and Telecom Networks from ESSEC & Telecom Paris

AppCircus coming to the City of Light

The AppCircus arrives to The City of Light on June 23rd along with The Future of Communications Conference (Futur en Seine) to keep on with the labour of promoting innovative apps.

During The Enlightenment, the society changed for good, French capital got its nickname from its mayor role in those years and later the use of such name was reinforced due to the City’s early adoption of the street lighting technology.

Now Paris is again at the core of the technological revolution. The Future of Communications Conference will analyze how digital communications are becoming faster and how its network and access capabilities are changing the way humans behave and interrelate. And the itinerant app show will be there with its showcase to award the best apps.

10 apps will be chosen to pitch to in front of the jury. The winner will receive a nomination to the Mobile Premiere Awards, which are held during the Mobile World Congress.

AppCircus in Paris will take place during The Future of Communications Conference at the CENTQUATRE. The deadline for submissions is on June 13th. Visit the Event Page to submit your app and/or to attend the event.

The AppCircus in Paris is supported by Applidium, bluenove, Cap Digital, FaberNovel, Fing and Silicon Sentier.

Upcoming AppCircus events:

If you are a mobile developer, Startup or company and would like to be part of AppCircus, please sign up to our global platform and hope to see you at a nearby event. For event organizers, if you are interested in hosting an AppCircus in your city, please contact us.

See you all at an AppCircus near you! Remember to follow us on twitter @AppCircus.

AppCircus events next week!

An upcoming hectic week for the AppCircus team! So please be on the look out for several showcases being held around the World in several cities. So be on the look beacuse the applications will be flying by and we expect some great applications to be pitched at these events.

Besides AppCircus events in Paris and Barcelona, next week we have AppCircuses running in Vienna, Bologna and Austin, Texas.

AppCircus event details for November 15th.

  • Vienna will be hosting an [email protected], the event will be held at Natuhistorisches Museum Wien. Here is the map.
  • Bologna is the second city in Italy that host an [email protected].
  • Paris has seen a lot of success in the number of apps presenting at the showcase, definetly [email protected] will be an event not to be missed by the developer community from France.

AppCircus event details for November 16th.

  • Austin will be cooking more than barbecue this coming Monday, as part of the Texas Wireless Summit a tent will be setup for applications from the LoneStart state to pitch in [email protected] being held in the University of Texas.

AppCircus event details for November 17th.

  • Barcelona is working hard to promote the mobile community and during the BDigital Conference a tent full of apps will be at hand during the [email protected] being held at the Cosmo Caixa Museum.

If you’d like to showcase your app at one of these events, apply by clicking their respective links (deadlines for these events are Sunday, November 14 at midnight CET).

Remember that the winners chosen during all these events will be eligible to win a spot at the MobilePremierAwards 2011 being held in Barcelona, during the Mobile World Congress on February 14.

Make sure to follow us on Twitter in @AppCircus to stay updated on the happenings and the winners from each event.

Good luck to all the developers presenting!

The ring leaders for [email protected] are ready for the mobile show

It is getting close to the event for APPCircus Paris and in order to make the selection process of the mobile Applications to be presented in [email protected], these are the judges can will be jury. In no particular order they are:

Gudefin Mat thieu Founder/CEO Mobiladdict founded MobilADdict in 2009. MobilADdict is a french mobile premium Ad network. Matthieu used to work as Chief  Marketing Officer in Newsweb (Lagardère Group) and as Product Manager in Bouygues Telecom.

Raphael Chenol, in charge of Mobile Innovation, Pages Jaunes (Yellow Pages) spent 5 years at CanalSat/Canal+, managing Interactive Services on Digital TV (enhanced TV). I moved on mobile activities at Canal+ Active in 2005 where I was in charge of content for Wap portals and rich media applications (VOD and streaming TV). In September 2007, I moved to PagesJaunes Group (Yellow Pages) to be in charge of Mobile and Navigation activities. I have managed a dozen of mobile wap sites and a Java application. I have launched a the first Webapp for the iPhone in June 2008, followed by versions for other smartphones’ OS. End of 2008 I have launched the first PagesJaunes’s iPhone app on the Appstore. This application is so far the most successfull french app with nearly 3 millions downloads ! Since September 2009 I’m in charge of Mobile Innovation. I try to anticipate the mobile market, to extract the best pratices and trends, and apply them to our products line.

Laurent Gatignol, iLGMedia a french professional in the Internet domain with past experience at Microsoft, Kelkoo and Yahoo!. He launched several mobility focused websites (Palm, Windows Mobile, iOS) and is now doing consultancy while heading iLGMedia, the company which edit http://www.iPhon.Fr and http://www.vipad.fr the leading websites on the iPhone and iPad domains. He also wrote the book “Zoom sur l’iPad” edited by Pearson Education.


Bruno Smadja, CEO MobilEvent has created The Mobile Film Festival in 2005, 1st short film festival shot on mobile phones, and the CROSS VIDEO DAYS, 1st european market on new video formats; MobilEvent is also a digital agency.

Bertrand JONQUOIS, CEO and Co-founder of Nemo Agency a mobile marketing agency created in 2003. Graduate at Paris Pantheon-Sorbonne university, Bertrand worked in large media group such as Europe 1, JCDecaux or France Télévision. He joined Wanadoo in 2000 as sales director before launching Overture inc. subsidiary in France and became Executive Director at Yahoo! in 2004. He is board member of Mobile Marketing Association France.

Yann Lechelle, co-fondateur Appsfire / KickYourApp.com is a serial entrepreneur and Cocoa coder, co-founder of KickYourApp.com and more recently Appsfire.com, a social and promotional app discovery platform. Yann graduated in Computer Science summa cum laude from the American American University of Paris and obtained an MBA from INSEAD where he regularly returns to share his tales of entrepreneurship.


Julien Valero, Silicon Sentier Communications and Partnerships Manager at Silicon Sentier, an association of innovative companies that together illustrate Paris’ unique digital identity. Graduated from a specific program dedicated to innovation and technologies at Reims Management School and former Product Manager assistant at Apple France, he joins Silicon Sentier in 2007 to coordinate the Quartier Numérique project – a living lab in Paris 2nd District. He is also involved in “La cantine by Silicon Sentier”, the fisrt space in Paris dedicated to the exchanges for digital communities and coordinates Mobile Monday Paris.

Denis Pansu, Fing. Member of FING’s executive board (Next Generation Internet foundation is a collective and open Research and Development project which focuses on tomorrow’s Internet’s uses, applications and services – www.fing.org). He manages french meetings called “Crossroads of the Possible” in various cities about innovative projects. Since 1997, He use to work on human networking using groupware solutions. He analyse, coach and choose french internet solutions among different project calls in business and non-profit areas (Mobile Monday Paris, World Summit Award, Capital-IT, Fondation de France, Grand Prix de l’Innovation de la Ville de Paris, …).

Location of [email protected]

As you can see the local organizers from Mobile Monday Paris have done a spectacular job in bringing local experts to judge the mobile applications being submitted to APPCircus.

Remember that the winning app will be selected by the audience LIVE at the event venue. So be sure to drop by on November 15th at the Le Cantine you can RSVP here.

Submit your applications for the next APPCircus.

We are sorry that you cannot apply to pitch in this edition of APPCircus Paris, but if you would like to submit your apps for the next event, it is FREE and this will get your application to be eligible for other events of APPCircus. Sign up in APPCircus and get a chance to pitch in the next edition of APPCircus Milan.

Follow us on twitter to get more information of other venues that are hosting an @APPCircus.

[email protected] is getting hot, the tent is filling up!

France is really boiling with mobile talent and this is just a small glimpse into why Paris is fast working its way to become the capital of everything mobile. It will be a tough challenge but with the impressive list we have at hand, it is moving fast past other European cities, the French mobile revolution is happening in its capital.

The list is quite extensive but it is worth mentioning the applications that will be judged to win a spot at this great French mobile showcase. In no particular order these are:

All these applications will be judged by the Ring Leaders (jury), which we will be presenting to you tomorrow.

The event will be held at Le Cantine. You can sign up to attend the event here.

We look forward to seeing you at the event so you can see first hand all the latest applications and innovations coming out of Paris.

Remember to follow us on twitter to get the latest updates. @AppCircus

November is a global mobile showcase. APPCircus from coast to coast.

These couple of weeks have seen a number of AppCircus in cities across Europe and now we’re crossing mountains and oceans to arrive in time to events São Paulo, Austin, Athens and Malaysia. The next two months promises to be unforgettable for the mobile scene, where developers, entrepreneurs, Startups and the whole mobile community will get a chance to demonstrate that building applications on top of mobile platforms is not a passing fad.

We have been getting great feedback from the local organizers and we would like to thank each and everyone of the organizers, but also the team of volunteers that make every showcase a reality. There is no doubt that the mobile industry will continue to grow and AppCircus is glad to be part of it.

Be part of a global cross-platform showcase.

This is an invitation open for everyone, event organizers and application developers so all of you can be part of AppCircus, working together we can sprout opportunities for business where there was none. The organizers can benefit from getting the community together and be a central part of the local mobile scene; the developers get a cross-platform showcase that does not focus on a single platform and also get valuable feedback from the audience.

AppCircus is an ongoing series of events. We’re already building the AppCircus calendar of events for 2011! If you are an event organizerinterested in setting one up, we would like to hear from you, please contact us here.

For developers, Startups and Entrepreneurs building apps sign up here.

Upcoming Events.

25.October.2010 – Slovenia[email protected] Slovenia
Deadline for Application sign up: 20.October.2010
28.October.2010 – Edinburgh[email protected] Edinburgh
Deadline for Application sign up: 27.October.2010
28.October.2010 – London[email protected]
Deadline for Application sign up: 27.October.2010

Events in November.

Make sure to mark your calendar for these future events happening next month. Write down the deadlines so you have time to sign up your application. Remember that an external jury selected by the organizers will be choosing the apps and the day of the event the audience will choose the best application being demoed.

5.November.2010 – Athens[email protected]
Deadline for Application sign up: 2.November.2010
8.November.2010 – Dublin[email protected]
Deadline for Application sign up: 2.November.2010
11.November.2010 – Kuala Lumpur[email protected]
Deadline for Application sign up: 7.November.2010
15.November.2010 – Paris – [email protected]
Deadline for Application sign up: 31.October.2010
15.November.2010 – Bologna [email protected]
Deadline for Application sign up: 11.November.2010
16.November.2010 – Austin [email protected]@Texas Wireless Summit
Deadline for Application sign up: 12.November.2010
17.November.2010 – Barcelona Bdigital [email protected]
Deadline for Application sign up: 3.November.2010
22.November.2010 – Zagreb [email protected]
Deadline for Application sign up: 15.November.2010
22.November.2010 – Munich [email protected]
Deadline for Application sign up: 9.November.2010
29.November.2010 – Berlin [email protected]
Deadline for Application sign up: 13.November.2010
29.November.2010 – Belfast [email protected]
Deadline for Application sign up: 13.November.2010
29.November.2010 – Malmo [email protected]
Deadline for Application sign up: 14.November.2010

We are eager to see you at any of these events, so we can get the word out about the cool things happening in your city.

Make sure to follow us on Twitter @AppCircus and get in the conversation, we are always looking to engage with developers and organizers.