Quick reminder that tomorrow, Friday, May 23 is the deadline to submit ideas for the TechCrunch “Mobile Connections” forum that will be hosted at the upcoming Supernova Conference on June 16. The forum will discuss important themes to advance innovation in the mobile environment, and we’ve invited the TechCrunch community to submit your ideas to participate.
How to participate
At the forum, we want to talk about important mobile themes to grow the future of wireless– platforms, standards, privacy, monetization, etc. This is not a startup contest — it’s a search for ideas. We’re challenging anyone to make submissions. We want to hear about innovative concepts, prototypes, research lab projects, hacks, and business ideas that can engage the mobile development community. Companies are welcome to submit, but the focus of your proposed presentation should be on themes broader than your own product / service.
If your submission blows us away, we’ll invite you to join us on stage Monday evening at Supernova 2008. There is no charge to submit your ideas or to present as part of the Mobile Communications Forum. Additional details are available here. Email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight PST, Friday May 23, 2008. We will notify selected participants by June 2.
Supernova is extending discounted registration to TechCrunch readers. Preferred pricing is $1,495 ($200 discount.)
Thank you Sponsors
Thanks to Nokia for sponsoring the Mobile Connections Forum and making this lively discussion possible. Several other sponsor slots remain open. Please email Supernova for additional sponsorship details.
Supernova will also have a special Technology Showcase for demonstrators during the opening Networking Gala, evening of June 16. Email Jeanne Logozzo to learn more about demonstrator sponsorships.