Future Signals – where next for mobile data?
London, UK. 6 October, 2011 — Industry analysts from CCS Insight, Juniper Research, Deloitte and Quocirca will be at London’s City University (pictured) on October 19, 2011 to forecast where the future lies for mobile data.
As part of the Mobile Data Association’s annual Meet The Analysts event, promoted jointly with the ICT Knowledge Transfer Network, analysts will use their data and expertise to address how consumer habits are changing and what impact this will have for business.
The mobile landscape has been rocked by the rapid development of mobile technologies, from applications and the mobile web, to tablet devices and e-books. All of these depend on a reliable flow of mobile data and the evolution of new consumer behaviours. With feature-rich software and innovative new business models now established in developed markets, the Meet The Analysts event will examine today’s key trends, and discuss how they stand to shape the mobile data world of tomorrow.
The event will be held at City University, Northampton Square, London EC1V 0HB. Anyone can attend and admission is free to Mobile Data Association and ICT KTN members (you can join the ICT KTN free of charge at www.ictktn.org.uk).
More details and registration is available at http://bit.ly/nGnfOb
The ICT Knowledge Transfer Network has been established by industry-led group with funding from the Technology Strategy Board. They aim to bring competitive advantage by promoting collaboration and knowledge sharing between the users and providers of Information and Communications Technologies, and helping to drive innovation in the sector.
The Mobile Data Association (MDA) is a not-for-profit industry association representing and promoting all mobile data centric businesses. Its members include: mobile network operators, mobile content aggregators, mobile phone manufacturers, mobile/mobility application developers, mobile content and information developers, mobile marketing and mobile entertainment providers. The MDA represents the industry in the UK at the highest levels including Ofcom, PhonepayPlus, BIS and UK Trade & Investment and through its relationships with UK mobile network operators. www.themda.org/