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Mobile VAS Connect on Dec 12

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Bangalore, Nov 6

Venture Intelligence is organising Mobile VAS Connect, a roundtable event focused on venture capital investment in the Mobile VAS sector. The event will be held on December 12 in Bangalore. The conference will feature interactive panel discussions involving venture capitalists and top executives of Mobile VAS companies. Confirmed speakers include founders or CEOs of ACL Wireless, Bharti Telesoft, Mobile2win, mportal, Nazara Technologies, Net4Nuts, Paymate and Phoneytunes. The event will also feature speakers from top VC firms like Helion Ventures, Pequot Ventures and Sequoia Capital.

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