A truly fantastic opportunity for anyone with a great app but not the budget to promote it!
Our pals over at Apps World are on the hunt for the next generation of mobile app technologies to exhibit during the fast approaching Apps World event taking place at the ExCeL London in November.
Apps World has grown to become the World's leading multi-platform event within the app industry; an inspiring showcase of technology attended by developers, mobile marketers, mobile operators, device manufacturers, platform owners, and industry professionals.
Apps World offers free exhibition space to cutting-edge developers and start-ups who are looking to collaborate with experts, get valuable industry feedback, and turn their product into the next big thing in mobile technology. Within such a rapidly expanding market place it can often feel impossible to engage with the people who matter and apps world offers a great opportunity to do just that! The event will play host to over 10,000 attendees from across the entire app ecosystem including investors, meaning that those taking part will be uniquely placed to make valuable connections.
There will be 4 startup zones which will house exhibiting startups from the some of the most burgeoning areas of mobile technology! This year the 4 startup zones will be Consumer Wearables, the Internet of Things, Innovations, and Indie Gaming.
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