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Conferences like ELC and ELCE are excellent opportunities for small embedded Linux companies to meet, exchange experience and know each other better. This makes it possible to cooperate on customer projects which are too big for a single company, and to take advantage of the specific skills of each partner.
 
Conferences like ELC and ELCE are excellent opportunities for small embedded Linux companies to meet, exchange experience and know each other better. This makes it possible to cooperate on customer projects which are too big for a single company, and to take advantage of the specific skills of each partner.
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Latest revision as of 20:54, 27 October 2011

Small businesses play a significant roll in the embedded Linux ecosystem. This page tracks information about upcoming events for small business people involved with embedded Linux. These events should be of interest to consultants, small engineering companies, and small vendors using Linux in their products.

Mailing List

Events

LinuxCon & Plumbers 2009

Is anyone interested in a BoF at LinuxCon 2009?

ELCE 2009

A "Small Business" BOF will happen at ELCE 2009

Conferences like ELC and ELCE are excellent opportunities for small embedded Linux companies to meet, exchange experience and know each other better. This makes it possible to cooperate on customer projects which are too big for a single company, and to take advantage of the specific skills of each partner.

We invite small business owners and employees to join this BOF. Here are suggested topics:

  • Introducing one's company and main areas of expertise (2 slides max per company, to be sent to michael@free-electrons.com before the BOF)
  • Working with clients (preparing quotes, estimating, invoicing, etc)
  • Marketing, advertising, and building the business.
  • Project management
  • Relationship with the community, and with similar service providers
  • Relationship with vendors
  • Interest in an "Embedded Linux small business miniconf" at ELC 2010?

Your suggestions are welcome. Don't hesitate to add them to the above list.

ELC 2010

There is some talk about organizing a small business track or miniconf as part of ELC 2010.

Participants