The world of mobile money is an exciting but complex one. The sector has moved firmly into the mainstream with an ecosystem that captures stakeholders from innovative startups to established mobile payment companies as well as MNOs card companies, banks and device manufacturers. New services are continually being launched and trialed making this one of the most fluid and dynamic areas in mobile.
We’ve created a handy infographic to help define the key areas and players in the space. MEF’s member working group defines Mobile Money into six categories: in-store payments, online payments, P2P payments, direct operator billing, mobile wallets and mPos.
Tell us what you think. Have we missed anyone? This Global Mobile Money Landscape will be updated regularly as part of a new MEF eBulletin on Mobile Money. Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions.
The latest trends in Mobile Money will be discussed at MEF Global Forum 2014 (November 17th – 19th) in San Francisco – a FinTech session supported by Barclays will feature hot new startups driving the latest tech developments including InStore and PayNearMe. And as part of the Global Day, Tim Green from Mobile Money Revolution hosts “Have phone, will pay – preparing for the age of Mobile Money” supported by Mahindra Comviva.
Sign up to attend here and make sure you’re ahead of the mobile money curve.
MEF is hosting a FREE Mobile Money Workshop at Appsworld Europe on 12th Nov. Moderated by Tim Green it takes an in-depth look at the development of mobile money around the world and features a panel of industry experts including execs from Vodafone, Mastercard, Bango and Zapp. MEF Members also get a 15% discount on conference delegate passes. Contact us for details & sign up now.