John O’Donovan (Dow Jones), Renaud Visage (Eventbrite), Nicola Mendelsohn (Facebook), Israel Ruiz (MIT) and Jeff Pulver (Zula) have been added to the list of speakers who will participate in the 4 Years Now 2016 lecture series.
The minube community of travellers has launched a collaborative platform to foment Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategies in the tourism industry.
Within a few years travelling to smart destinations will be an immersion experience in which technology will play a key role in anticipating visitors’ needs.
4 Years From Now honoured the Swedish startup Mapillary as the best mobile technology solution related to smart cities.
The annual EMINENT conference, organised by the European Schoolnet educational network, runs from 19-20 November and benefits from mSchools’ participation in 2015.
More than 3,500 people have taken the over 420 courses given by the Mobile World Centre School during its first year.
AT&T, Vodafone, KPN and Rogers Communications are joining the Global Mobile Innovators Tournament, providing developers with tools to work in a real environment.
The Mobile World Capital Barcelona Foundation and the Cercle Tecnològic de Catalunya (CTecno) sign a cooperation agreement to transform Catalonia’s technology sector.
Investment in Spanish startups to surpass 500 million USD in 2015, a historic start for the industry
In 2015 the Spanish entrepreneurial community will make history: investment in startups will top 500 million USD for the first time ever
On 14th and 15th October, the RITMOS workshop, together with the fifth international symposium on telemedicine, took place in Barcelona.
Through various talks and presentations, parents, teachers and other professionals share their views on the issues involved when it comes to educating children and adolescents.
Tools like AD-Pure or MOCA make it simpler for companies to access their target audience.
Through mVenturesBCN Mobile World Capital Barcelona will attract global acceleration programmes and foment the creation of technology-based companies from research centres and universities.