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Who’s Innovating in the Mobile Space? We Need Your Suggestions!

With the 2010 ReadWriteWeb Mobile Summit just a few short days away we are working this week to put the finishing touches on the event. One thing we are really excited to include in this summit is the opportunity for innovative startups in the mobile space to show-off their products to our growing list of mobile experts and enthusiasts that plan on attending. This Friday at the Mobile Summit in Mountain View, California, we will be hosting a “speed geeking” session that will allow companies to present their products to as many people as possible, but we need your suggestions on who to invite!

Speed geeking is a lot like speed dating, but instead of eager singles rotating around tables hoping to find a match, groups of summit attendees will be moving from table to table hearing pitches from various mobile startups. We’ve already lined up some great mobile companies to attend the summit, but we are looking to include more startups, and that’s where you, the ReadWriteStart audience, come in!

We are looking for your suggestions of innovative startups in the mobile space that you think would make a great fit for speed geeking at the Mobile Summit. So leave a comment below with your suggestion and why you think they should be a prime candidate for the summit this Friday. We are looking to invite some startups to attend the summit and receive a speed geeking table free of charge, and we are counting on some top-notch suggestions from our audience.

Some of the companies that will be attending the Mobile Summit Friday include Skyhook Wireless, Orange, Alcatel-Lucent and SimpleGeo. Other large corporations, like Microsoft, Google, and Intuit, as well as investment firms like Storm Ventures and Blumberg Capital will also have representatives at the summit. The speed geeking sessions will be a valuable opportunity for startups to showcase their products infront of these investors and larger companies.

If you want to attend the event, register now at the summit’s homepage, and let us know who you think should be featured this Friday at the Mobile Summit in the comments below!

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