MLOVE is an awesome festival where I would love to speak (was going to this year but have to be in Amsterdam)
Its an awesome event which we support and created by great friends like Harald Neidhardt, Jonathan MacDonald, Fee Beyer and others
The link is MLOVE 2012
The MLOVE Confestival brings together 200 thought leaders and innovators to discuss the powerful potential of mobile to act as a catalyst for community, change and inspiration.
Set in a 100 room, 19th Century private castle in Germany over three nights and 2 days, global mobile industry executives, entrepreneurs and developers will mix with architects, scientists, musicians and social entrepreneurs to share and develop experiences in a highly interactive format and learn from each other about the opportunites that mobile presents today.
The link again is MLOVE 2012
MLOVE sent me the following which I update below
Free Start-Up Tickets for MLOVE Confestival Berlin for Mobile Start-up Competition
MLOVE is announcing its start-up competition for this year’s European MLOVE ConFestival, set in a glorious castle south of Berlin from June 27 - 29, 2012.
The most promising and innovative five start-ups will receive free tickets to MLOVE ConFestival 2012 and be invited to present their company on stage to the audience of mobile influencers, innovators and investors.
MLOVE stands for disruption, innovation and inspiration and the judges will be looking for start-ups that reflect these values. Cool new apps, or disruptive new mobile services should all apply. The competition is open to companies worldwide that have risen less than $2 million (€ 1.5 m) and were founded after January 1, 2011.
MLOVE ConFestival has been described as “the best Mobile event” by WIRED, ‘anything other than a usual tech conference’ and a ‘TED for Mobile’.
The jury includes Ralf-Dieter Wagner (Senior Executive at Accenture), Gabriella Draney (Executive Director of Tech Wildcatters), Marguerite Imbert (Editor in Chief, Venture Village), Peter Borchers (Head of hub:raum the new incubator of Deutsche Telekom), Mike Butcher (European Editor at TechCrunch). Andrew J Scott, a serial mobile entrepreneur based in London and San Francisco will be the host of the competition.
“Mobile is changing our future and how we interact with entertainment, advertising, mobility and many more aspects of our lives. These new opportunities for start-ups and enterprises alike are brought together at the MLOVE ConFestival,” added Neidhardt.