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The Mobile Data Association’s annual industry analyst day aims to provide a view of what to expect in the mobile landscape in the next 12 months

London, UK – 5th March 2009: Registration is now open for the Mobile Data Association’s (MDA) annual industry analyst event. The session is open to all and will feature insights into the key market trends from leading mobile industry analysts and experts.

Hear views from:

Deloitte - Paul Lee
CCS Insight - Paolo Pescatore
Informa – Shailendra Padney
Quocirca - Rob Bamforth
MDA – Steve Reynolds
Visiongain - tbc

If mobile is on your roadmap or if mobile is your business; this event is an excellent opportunity to hear the views and insights of the people who predict the future trends in mobile communications. Bringing together expertise from across the mobile spectrum, the event provides unique access to people and mobile knowledge at a fraction of the cost of many other industry events.


Date: Wednesday 25th March
Time: Lunch will be provided from 12 noon, sessions commence at 13:00 (Finish approx 16:30)
Venue: City University, Northampton Square, London, EC1V 0HB


MDA members – FREE
Non-members £75


Analysts will be presenting their predictions and research on topics such as mobile application trends and innovations, revenue models in growing market segments, mobile multimedia and messaging strategies, mobile payments, mobile data solutions for business, 3G, WIFI, etc.

As you might expect, this year there will be a focus on the impact the global financial crisis is having on the mobile industry. Paul Lee from Deloitte will be presenting “Is anyone too big for the bin?” a controversial view of the future of the TMT world.

Event agenda (subject to change)

1. Paul Lee, Deloitte - Is anyone too big for the bin?
Paul presents his research into the TMT sector and examines how the global financial crisis will impact the mobile landscape.

2. Rob Bamforth, Quocirca
The corporate uptake of mobile broadband; a review of the drivers and challenges faced by businesses that mobilise their workforce.

3. Paolo Pescatore, CCS Insight
Paolo discusses the mobile entertainment landscape.

4. Visiongain
The future of mobile content and applications.

5. Shailendra Padney, Informa
Making mobile payments and mobile banking a reality.

6. Panel session
The analyst’s discuss what impact mobile technology will have of the London 2012 Olympics.


For more information please contact Paul Doran tel: 0207 382 6215 e:

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