Nearly 50 Catalan exhibitors at Mobile World Congress 2013, doubling local presence at MWC 2012
Nearly 50 mobile technology companies from Spain’s autonomous region of Catalunya will participate as exhibitors in the Catalan Pavilion at Mobile World Congress 2013, set to take place Feb. 25-28 in the new Fira Gran Vía venue in Barcelona. That’s nearly double the number of Catalan tech companies that participated in MWC 2012 last February.
UPDATE: for a complete, updated list of Pavilion participants, including 8 Technology Centres and the Massachussetts Technology Collaborative, click here
The 48 Catalan exhibitor companies were selected from among 96 respondents to the call for submissions issued through the regional government’s idigital program, which forms the technology cornerstone of its 2011-2014 economic development for the region of Catalunya. Final section was carried out by a judging panel formed by the regional government’s General Directorate of Telecommunications and Information Society and its ACC1Ó business development agency, which announced the winners in a press release earlier this month.
The Catalan exhibitors include a broad range of mobile hardware and software companies, ranging from providers of back-end telecoms services and infrastructure companies to mobile business solutions providers and developers and publishers of business- and consumer-oriented mobile content and software applications.
The list of companies who will be exhibiting in the Catalan Pavillion at MWC 2013 includes: 9smart, ADI, Adsmedia, Albedo, ArtificialSolutions, BeRepublic, Captio, Code Factory, Connectis, Coupies, Digital Legends, Emovilia, EyeOS, Gamedonia, GiroPark, GlobalComm, Good Deal, iBoo, Icar vision, Infocket, iSoco, Kailab, Kriter, LaFactoria, Lona, MagazApp, Mass Factory, MasVoz, MediaLab, Mobetia, Mobile Jazz, MultiActiva Mobile, NO2, OpenTrends, Robot Media, Scytl, Sensing Control, SlashMobility, Soft for you, TeamBox, Tempos21, TwoNav, Ubiqua, Urbiotica, Verasat, VozTelecom, Yuilop and Zyncro.
[p.s. lack of a hyperlink on some of the names of the above companies simply means we were unable to readily identify their URL address … if you happen to have it handy, please send it to us at BCNTechTalk[at]gmail[dot]com and we’ll link ’em up!]