So you want to develop an app or mobile solution?!

A brief walkthrough on how to go from an initial idea to a developed solution.

Paul Swaddle, Co-founder, PocketApp, will cover predesign workshops, app design, prototyping, proof of concepts, minimal viable product and how to protect your idea and potential funding options. So if you are looking at native apps, cross-platform solutions, SDKs or mobile web solutions come along and learn more about the processes and pitfalls.

After the talk, there will be an opportunity for 1-2-1 sessions to discuss your specific projects (please request a slot via Cath Spence)

The event is only open to startups, spinouts, and members of the Oxford Foundry

Please sign up here and use the password:  incubator

 

Paul Swaddle, Co-Founder, Pocket App

A self-confessed ‘gadget geek’, Paul has been working at mobile’s leading edge for over 15 years. He co-founded Pocket App, the UK’s leading independent app developer, in 2011, leading the company as CEO until he assumed the role of Chairman in June 2016.

With extensive industry knowledge and a renowned reputation, Paul regularly provides thought leadership on app development, mobile trends and business. He has acted as a mentor in the Mayor’s International Business Program, spoke at the University of Kent’s App Development Conference and appeared as a judge on the BBC Television programme, The Apprentice.

Paul was awarded an OBE in the 2014 New Year’s Honours List and has sat on the board of Young Enterprise Reading, the UK’s largest business and enterprise education charity.

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