OverviewOctober 25, 11Ben Zaaiman
  Introductionto mLab  Overview of Mobile Opportunities                                      2
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    Regional mLabs  Linking mobile   entrepreneurs  Business incubation  Access to markets   overseas  Access to fina...
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    CSIR Meraka     ◦  250 Researchers     ◦  Mobile apps unit    Innovation Hub     ◦  S&T park     ◦  Provincial mobil...
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  The  mLab   encourages and   supports mobile   innovators &   entrepreneurs to   grow their ideas to   full impact.  T...
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  Mobile   innovation  ◦  From Africa  ◦  For Africa  Mobile   businesses  ◦  Sustainable  ◦  Scalable  Servicedelivery...
Industry Overview                    Ben Zaaiman   10/25/11                                       14
The Economist – 8 Oct 2011                             15
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  Smartphone   penetration: 6-8%  Most popular phone on MXIT: Samsung   E320  Most popular phone in the world: Nokia   ...
  South African PC   penetration is   below 6% of   households  Broadband is 4%  Fixed broadband is   0.5%             ...
WealthyWorking ClassBottom of the   Pyramid                27
44%43%                                  10.9 m users42%41%40%39%38%                                        Growth in 20113...
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Performance demanded at theProduct Performance                      high end of the market                                ...
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Source: The Economist 10/2/2011
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expectations                                              Activity beyond                              Supplier        ear...
expectations                   Content-enriched services   Ultra-high-speed broadband Internet                            ...
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Wi-Fi personal area networks    Smartphone hypervisorsexpectations                                                        ...
    Citizens save on:     ◦  Not taking off work     ◦  Not travelling     ◦  Not queuing     ◦  Having a record of      ...
•    Cheaper•    Simpler•    Smaller•    Convenient•    Accessible•    Leapfrogs     obstacles                  41
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  1. 1. OverviewOctober 25, 11Ben Zaaiman
  2. 2.   Introductionto mLab  Overview of Mobile Opportunities 2
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  4. 4.   Regional mLabs  Linking mobile entrepreneurs  Business incubation  Access to markets overseas  Access to finance  International working groups for ICT and agribusiness entrepreneurs and incubators  ICTs and innovation systems in agriculture 10/25/11 Ben Zaaiman 4
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  6. 6.   CSIR Meraka ◦  250 Researchers ◦  Mobile apps unit  Innovation Hub ◦  S&T park ◦  Provincial mobile cluster  Innovation Lab ◦  Innovation specialists  Ungana Afrika ◦  Scalable enterprises in emerging markets through technology  DST ◦  Major local funder 10/25/11 Ben Zaaiman 6
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  8. 8.   The mLab encourages and supports mobile innovators & entrepreneurs to grow their ideas to full impact.  The mLab advocates for and supports the use of the mobile channel in service delivery. 8
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  13. 13.   Mobile innovation ◦  From Africa ◦  For Africa  Mobile businesses ◦  Sustainable ◦  Scalable  Servicedelivery through the mobile channel 13
  14. 14. Industry Overview Ben Zaaiman 10/25/11 14
  15. 15. The Economist – 8 Oct 2011 15
  16. 16. The Economist – 8 Oct 2011 16
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  18. 18. The Economist – 8 Oct 2011 18
  19. 19. Source: IDC 201110/25/11 Ben Zaaiman 19
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  25. 25.   Smartphone penetration: 6-8%  Most popular phone on MXIT: Samsung E320  Most popular phone in the world: Nokia 1100  Blackberry is exploding: ◦ 2009: 0.5% market share ◦ 2011: 4.9% market share  Nokia:39%  Samsung: 30% 10/25/11 Ben Zaaiman 25
  26. 26.   South African PC penetration is below 6% of households  Broadband is 4%  Fixed broadband is 0.5% 10/25/11 Ben Zaaiman 26
  27. 27. WealthyWorking ClassBottom of the Pyramid 27
  28. 28. 44%43% 10.9 m users42%41%40%39%38% Growth in 201137%36%35%34% Data Revenues Active Data User Growth 28
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  30. 30. Performance demanded at theProduct Performance high end of the market • Cheaper • Simpler • Smaller • More convenient • More accessible Performance demanded at the low end of the market or in a new emerging segment time 30
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  34. 34. Source: The Economist 10/2/2011
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  36. 36. expectations Activity beyond Supplier early adopters proliferation Negative press begins Mass media High-growth adoption hype begins phase starts: 20-30% Supplier consolidation and failures of the potential Early adopters audience has adopted investigate the innovation 1st gen products, 2nd / 3rd rounds Methodologies & best high prices, of VC funding practices developing lots of customisation needed Less than 5% of the potential audience 3rd gen products, Start-up companies, has adopted fully out of the box, product 1st round of VC suites funding 2nd gen products, some services R&D Technology Peak of Inflated Trough of Plateau of Trigger Expectations Disillusionment Slope of Enlightenment Productivity time 36
  37. 37. expectations Content-enriched services Ultra-high-speed broadband Internet Gamification Internet TV Group buying NFC payment Mobile coupons Augmented reality Rich comms suite Mobile health monitoring Mobile money transfer HD voice Mobile VOIP Ensemble interactions Social gaming Mobile sports & fitness Mobile OTA payment Mobile music Network Mobile streaming Mobile virtual worlds Indoor positioning DVR Online search Social TV Barcode marketing Mobile app video Mobile TV Mobile security apps Voice to text Mobile ticketing stores Mobile streaming conversion svcs Mobile social IM TV widgets networks Mobile learning Location-based Personal cloud Mobile banking Mobile advertising services 3D TV services IPTV Consumer telepresence Technology Peak of Inflated Trough of Plateau of Trigger Expectations Disillusionment Slope of Enlightenment Productivity time Source: Gartner 2011 37
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  39. 39. Wi-Fi personal area networks Smartphone hypervisorsexpectations Haptics Internet TV Mobile HD link Wireless power Augmented reality Glonass HD voice NFC Dual noise cancellation Ensemble MEMS MEMS gyroscopes Bluetooth 4.0 interactions displays Wireless Electrovibration video 60GHz Quantum Mobile money transfer Volumetric & tunnelling Mobile VOIP holographic composite Social gaming displays 802.11ac Mobile OTA payment Mobile music Mobile Wi-Fi direct Network Mobile streaming Indoor positioning DVR Online search transphones 802.11ad Barcode marketing Mobile app video Mobile TV Cellular – Wi-Fi stores Voice to text Mobile ticketing Mobile streaming authentication conversion svcs Mobile social IM Quantum dot networks displays Mobile learning Location-based Mobile banking services Photonic crystal Mobile advertising IPTV displays Bio-acoustic sensing Technology Peak of Inflated Trough of Plateau of Trigger Expectations Disillusionment Slope of Enlightenment Productivity time Source: Gartner 2011 39
  40. 40.   Citizens save on: ◦  Not taking off work ◦  Not travelling ◦  Not queuing ◦  Having a record of interactions ◦  Leapfrogging inefficient intermediaries  Institutions save on: ◦  Automated enquiries ◦  Smaller branches ◦  Fewer multiple visits  Mobile reaches everyone and everywhere 10/25/11 Ben Zaaiman 40
  41. 41. •  Cheaper•  Simpler•  Smaller•  Convenient•  Accessible•  Leapfrogs obstacles 41
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