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Presentation from MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge NFC Goes Social event on Feb 11. ...

Presentation from MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge NFC Goes Social event on Feb 11.
This panel discussion focused on some recent social applications of NFC – including smart posters and social networking tags - as well as emerging future opportunities.

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How could NFC-capable mobile devices shape the ways we connect, interact, share content and/or link to social media?
To what extent could NFC improve mobile user access to context-relevant content and facilitate delivery of the right content in the right form at the right time and place?
Could NFC make a difference in connecting businesses with consumers and simplifying B2C interactions and the underlying information transfers?

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  • Good Evening.[self intro] Welcome all of you to our [EVENT]. We have a great program queued up for you tonight, but we have a few housekeeping items to go through.
  • The Forum’s Mission is focused on enabling entrepreneurship. Our programs are centered around Inspiring Innovation, Educating Leaders, and Connecting Communities.The Forum is more than just this one program tonight. We cover a range of topics, industries, and issues. Our programs range from Pitch and Plan feedback sessions to small group seminars for technology entrepreneurs to large community events and our smaller, more specific industry-specific groups.
  • We run over 70 programs and services a year.The slide shows only those programs currently scheduled for the next two months. Complete calendars and schedules are available at the Forum’s website.A program of note for this crowd, however. June 13 - mark the date of the 4th Annual Auto-ID and Sensing Expo at the MIT Media Lab!
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  • EducateInspireConnectAssist www.mitforumcambridge.org #MITEF @mitefcmb mitforum.cambridge Twitter Hashtag: #MITEFAdvise
  • Enterprise Forum Focus #MITEF mitforum.cambridge @mitefcmb
  • Program Portfolio Education Innovation Communities• Start Smart Class • Innovation Series • Digital Media Circle• Get Smart Seminars • In-Now-Vation • Energy Circle• Launch Smart Clinic • New England Games• Share Smart Mentoring Circle• Share Smart Office Hours • Healthcare Circle • RFID / NFC Circle • Software Circle #MITEF mitforum.cambridge @mitefcmb
  • Upcoming Programs www.mitforumcambridge.orgDate EventFeb 13 Innovation Series Event: Successful Exits: Practical Tips for EntrepreneursFeb 26 Digital Media Circle Event: Can the Networks Deliver?Feb 27 Life Sciences Circle Event: Unlikely Bedfellows: Academia, Pharma & Venture CapitalFeb 28 Women in the MA Game Industry: A Discussion of Diversity, Challenges and ProgressMar 14 Energy Circle Event: Doing Fracking Right: Opportunities for Innovation Towards Safer Hydraulic FracturingApr 2 Digital Media Circle Event: Looking Inside the Internet – Tour of Akamai Network Operations Control CenterApril 25 In-NOW-vation Technology Showcase and Celebration 2013 #MITEF mitforum.cambridge @mitefcmb
  • Forum Members #MITEF mitforum.cambridge@mitefcmb
  • Annual Sponsors #MITEF mitforum.cambridge@mitefcmb
  • NFC Goes Social Hosted by Sponsored by #MITEF mitforum.cambridge@mitefcmb
  • NFC Goes Social Panelists: Mikhail Damiani, BlueBite @bluebite Matt Kammerait, Quad/Graphics @kammerait Gregory McHale, good2gether @good2gether David Merel, SocialPassport @socialpassport Patrick Meyer, thinaire @patrickmeyer Moderator: Ed Mitukiewicz, MiTu Consulting @edmit event sponsors #MITEF mitforum.cambridge@mitefcmb
  • Tonight’s Themes• How could NFC-capable mobile devices shape the ways we connect, interact, share content and link to social media?• To what extent could NFC improve mobile user access to context-relevant content?• Would NFC make a difference in connecting businesses with consumers and simplifying B2C interactions? event sponsors #MITEF mitforum.cambridge @mitefcmb
  • Context (1) NFC: No-Friction-Commerce or Never-Fully-Capable?“…expect 285m NFC-enabled devices to be shipped in 2013, with the number in circulation reaching 1.95bn by 2017…” Source: ABI Research, Nov.2012 “…NFC will fail to gain mass adoption…" Source: PayPal, Dec.2012 vs Source: NFC Korea Alliance Note: Tag cloud based on assorted recent NFC forecasts #MITEF mitforum.cambridge @mitefcmb
  • Context (2)Could NFC catch a ride on the coattails of mobile social media? #MITEF mitforum.cambridge @mitefcmb
  • NFC Goes Social Panelists: Mikhail Damiani, BlueBite @bluebite Matt Kammerait, Quad/Graphics @kammerait Gregory McHale, good2gether @good2gether David Merel, SocialPassport @socialpassport Patrick Meyer, thinaire @patrickmeyer Moderator: Ed Mitukiewicz, MiTu Consulting @edmit event sponsors #MITEF mitforum.cambridge@mitefcmb
  • Thank You! #MITEF mitforum.cambridge@mitefcmb