Symbian Exchange and Exposition (SEE) is going to the continental Europe, from London to Amsterdam, the city which (according to the official release) much like the Symbian ecosystem, “is comprised of a unique cultural fabric and deep creative roots.”
The event is taking place in Beurs van Berlage, the venue that was originally designed as a commodities exchange, from November 9 to 10th.
As you may know from the last year’s event, SEE is much more than “yet another tradeshow,” being touted as a place for the “wider community to come together, make cross-industry connections, conduct conversation, share ideas, educate each other and realize some of the vast possibilities that exist in the market.”
Of course, that doesn’t mean there won’t be the “standard tradeshow elements” like forums, keynote sessions, seminars, hands-on labs and interactive demos. Moreover, there’s the ever-famous (among the geeks) Symbian Party.
SEE 2010 is free to attend and we may be there to feel you up with the latest from the Symbian ecosystem…