“Nokia Capital Markets Day” Articles

Here’s an open letter from Nokia CEO Stephen Elop and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer addressing their plans published by Nokia Conversations earlier today. They discuss their immediate convergence plans and how the two giants will march towards a brighter future in an aim to establish a third ecosystem to rival Apple and Google’s current offerings.

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A new era is set to hit camp Nokia as Stephen Elop, Nokia’s new CEO, sends out an epic 1300 word internal memo to employees regarding the current turmoil Nokia is in. He discusses how Nokia needs to drastically improve in order to catch up with the fast-paced mobile industry, and take a leap of faith into the unknown for a new competitive future. I have to say that the content of this memo is what analysts and investors have been trying to tell Nokia for a very long time and its great to see something is finally going to be done. This Friday (11th February), Nokia will reveal its plans and strategy at Capital Markets Day and I cannot wait to hear what Nokia will announce. Check out the full memo after the break.

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Nokia has announced that during the Capital Markets Day on 11 February 2011, it will hold a half-day event on on it’s strategic plans for the future as well as providing updated information on it’s financial status and market growth. Hit the jump for more details.

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Nokia has set key financial targets and operational priorities for its devices and services for 2010, during its annual Capital Markets Day event this morning. Senior company executives outlined how Nokia’s focus on execution combined with its core competitive advantages, position the company to achieve and sustain broad-based success in the mobile devices market. At the event, Nokia also demonstrated significant improvements to its forthcoming version of the Symbian user interface, along with the goal to release a Maemo 6 device by the end on next year.

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