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Representing the interests of the broadening mobile ecosystem

 

Conferences and networking around the globe

 

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Connecting across sectors, borders and company size

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Accelerating your mobile opportunity

The Mobile Ecosystem Forum is a global trade body that acts as an impartial and authoritative champion for addressing issues affecting the broadening mobile ecosystem.  We work with our members to accelerate sustainable market growth that drives inclusion for all and delivers trusted services to enrich the lives of consumers worldwide.

Events

We host 20+ events per annum across our Chapters in Asia, EMEA, North and Latin America. They provide a global and local platform for business partnering and knowledge sharing.

Insights

Market and sector data and reports to help your mobile strategy development. Our annual Global Consumer Survey studies the trends and behaviours of 15,000 mobile media users in 15 countries.

Initiatives

Collaborate with industry peers to advance solutions or overcome barriers to growth. Cross-sector Working Groups offer the ideal forum to share and learn.

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MEF member news – January 16

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What’s happening among the MEF membership? Here’s your weekly round up of all the latest announcements from MEF Members including product launches, partnerships, research insights and more…

The basic web browser has been based on the same template for over 20 years. Now, Opera is testing a new concept: Opera Neon.

The firms says traditional browsers are “are not as fresh as they used to be”. Its new concept presents a re-think with elements such as:

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Global mobile news round-up 13th January

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Find out the week’s top mobile stories from around the world.

This week.. EU wants to extend data privacy to OTT players, post Verizon Yahoo, IOS revenues will hit $1 trillion in 2017 and much more.

The European Commission has set out proposals for updating rules which govern the use of personal telecoms data that would expand their remit to cover email and mobile messaging data for the first time — meaning the ePrivacy regulation would also apply to web companies such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Apple and Google.

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Listen up: your essential guide to smart speakers

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The battle for your kitchen is hotting up. CES was packed with smart speakers – without doubt the tech industry’s most dynamic sector. Here’s a round-up of the big new launches…

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Mobile wallet offers strategic opportunity

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Dave Ratner, President of Enterprise Solutions at MEF Member Syniverse reflects on the holiday season and how mobile wallets can be harnessed by brands to revitalise sales and engage consumers.

Holiday shopping may not feel like it’s in full swing until just before Christmas, but research shows only 27 percent of U.S. consumers start shopping in December. While this may give pause to some brands, worried that they have missed a window to attract customers, a new mobile channel has emerged to help overcome this challenge. Mobile wallet offers