Calling Mobile Startups/ Developers: Meet Kumar Rangarajan of Little Eye Labs

Kumar Rangarajan the co-founder of Little Eye Labs which was acquired by Facebook will be at the NextBigWhat office on Tuesday between 3-5 pm.
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Later this month at bigMobilityConf, we plan to bring together some of the greatest minds in the Indian mobile and app ecosystem. As a precursor, we’re hosting a small, yet special, event at our office.

Kumar Rangarajan the co-founder of Little Eye Labs which was acquired by Facebook will be at the NextBigWhat office on Tuesday between 3-5 pm.

We’d love to have a few of you over for a meetup. Kumar will share his valuable startup experience. The meetup is free, all you have to do is fill up the form and we’ll mail you a conformation.

Kumar Rangarajan and the Little Eye Labs Team. Image Credit.
Kumar Rangarajan and the Little Eye Labs Team. Image Credit.

Why is this event special?

Kumar and team are exceptionally talented hackers and startup guys. We feel that there is much to learn from their experience.

We only have place for 10-15 people, so it will be a small group of people.

The Little Eye Labs team relocates to the Facebook Headquarters soon. It might be a while before you get to meet them again.

How to apply?

Anyone can attend. But, since we have limited seats, we’d like to curate the audience. To be part of the meetup, fill up the form below. And don’t forget to mention why you’d like to be here.

Who: Kumar Rangarajan, Co-Founder, Little Eye Labs

Where: NextBigWhat Headquarters, 2nd Floor, Grigliato Restaurant (near Dominos), HSR Layout (#1562, HSR Layout, Sector 1), Ring Road, Bangalore-560102.

When: Tuesday, 8 April 2013.

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