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4YFN - 4 Years From Now

4 Years From Now (4YFN) is an international event on mobile entrepreneurship and innovation. The current edition will be held in Barcelona from 2-5 March as part of the Mobile World Congress program and this edition Yossi Vardi is the honorary president of the event.

4YFN is a business and networking platform for startups, investors, and multinational companies, showcasing new entrepreneurial initiatives in the mobile sector. The event connects startups with potential investors, while at the same time affording well-established companies the chance to identify opportunities and for immersion in an atmosphere of absolute innovation for a four-day period.

4YFN 2015 presents a program spanning four days, where attendees will be able to visit exhibitors and organize encounters with Mobile World Congress participants and attendees. For the first three days the program will be organized around three thematic pillars:

· Disrupted by Mobile, will focus on the challenges facing traditional industry in the face of the transformation triggered by mobile technologies

· IoT (Internet of Things), this will be the space for Big Data, augmented reality, collaborative economics, privacy and security in the digital universe.

· Digital Media, will turn a spotlight on new ways to explore, generate and consume content.

Besides attending the different talks and workshops, attendees will be able to visit the startups exhibition area, a forum where entrepreneurs from around the world will be able to display their mobile products and innovations. In addition, 4YFN will offer an after-work area to promote networking and pitch sessions to companies, investors and venture capital funds, with a view to accelerating the growth of entrepreneurial projects. And, as a new development this year, 4YFN will create an exhibition area for experimental gadgets and mobile hardware.