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"Leveraging Learning-based Content for Mobile Technology and Its Impact in Emerging Markets"

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Presentació de Louise M. Guido, CEO de ChangeCorp, durant la inauguració de l'SparkLab, el laboratoi del telecentre del futur ubicat a Barcelona.

Presentació de Louise M. Guido, CEO de ChangeCorp, durant la inauguració de l'SparkLab, el laboratoi del telecentre del futur ubicat a Barcelona.

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  • 1. O oe 1 c br 7 t 1 28 0 L 1 a 3 u n c h Leveraging Learningbased Content for Mobile Technology and Its Impact in Emerging Markets Bc l n ae r o a PT A N RE R S F NR O D U E S Louise M. Guido CEO, ChangeCorp
  • 2. The Challenge ① How to use mobile for community development? ① How to deliver scale, sustainability and impact through mobile? The Challenge ① How to launch an effective mobile campaign? ① Is mobile a replacement for, supplement to; or new model for development 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 2
  • 3. The Mobile Market No phone 1.2 billion BASIC Phone 2.5 billion Elite Smart Phone 650mm Low Cost Smart Phone 450mm FEATURE Phone 2.5 billion 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 3
  • 4. The Mobile for Development Market No Phone The M4D Market 750mm • Mobile for Development is Growing  Over 800 live, mobile-enabled products or services  Geographic focus of services, ex: mobile money in Africa, learning/education in Asia, health/agriculture globally • New Business Models Emerging BASIC Phone 2.5 billion  Donor funding most common in mHealth  Business-to-Consumers, Business-to-Business services being sold directly to consumers for money, learning/skills training, entrepreneurship •SMS Still Dominant, but New Technologies Emerging  67% of all M4D is SMS-based  USSD, Mobile Web, Apps and even Web-based SMS GSMA Intelligence Report, Scaling Mobile for Development, August 2013 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 4
  • 5. Why Go Mobile? • 85% of the worlds’ population has access or owns a mobile phone • Mobile is the tool of choice for cost effective scalability Why Go Mobile • It must be sustainable – economically viable with long-term impact GSMA Intelligence Report, Scaling Mobile for Development, August 2013 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 5
  • 6. Why Go Mobile? Why Go Mobile The world is changing… • Africa has only 15% Internet penetration / 70% access to mobile • Costs for smart phones, feature phones coming down • Growing middle class in emerging markets - more services, better products GSMA Intelligence Report, Scaling Mobile for Development, August 2013 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 6
  • 7. Who Uses Mobile? Data Usage Youth 15-24 MOBILE USERS China youth lead in mobile Internet usage | Messaging tends to skew female in the majority of markets Mobile Youth Around the World, Nielsen, December2010 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 7
  • 8. 1st: Define the User MOBILE USERS • Demographic Profile Who are they, where do they live, what do they do, how old are they, what is their income, are they married, do they have children, what are their interests • Holistic Content Relevant to the user, multi-faceted; more than just that they are a “farmer” or they are a “pregnant woman”; what information do they need in addition to the service • Community How do they fnd out about the service, can they connect with others who receive the same service, how do they respond, what are the incentives to use the service Mobile Youth Around the World, Nielsen, December2010 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 8
  • 9. 2nd: What type of service? How to Use M4D SMS, Mobile Data, Apps, IVR, USSD, Android… GSMA Intelligence Report, Scaling Mobile for Development, August 2013 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 9
  • 10. 3rd: How to Apply Mobile for Development • Focus on what the phone does, not what it is called • Democratize data: “mobile data,” (free or small cost) versus SMS How to Use M4D • Convergence of price and functionality between lower-priced smart phones and feature phones • Content is “king” • What is the “user interface” or “user experience” 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 10
  • 11. 6 Questions to Ask Before Going Mobile Who is the USER – demographic profile ② What are you trying to ACHIEVE – behavior change, reach of training ③ What is the CONTENT – converting existing services to mobile platform ④ How will it be FUNDED – donor, business model ⑤ Mobile Strategy ① Who are your PARTNERS– telecom, government, integrator ⑥ What is the expected OUTCOME – reach, revenue, replicated 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 11
  • 12. 7 Keys to Developing a Mobile Strategy Localise Content – relevant to the user’s demographic profile • Scalable – reaches people in various markets across cultures • Sustainable – has to be financially viable, defensible • Commercial Value – align with socially responsible initiatives • Mobile Strategy • Partner Integration – develop win-win strategies that benefit participants who support the ultimate mission • Social Impact – achieves measurable results • Available on any mobile platform, any phone 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 12
  • 13. Best Practice #1 Goal: long-term financial viability of farmers CHNIA MOBILE China Mobile launched an agriculture service about market prices, jobs, etc. Users pay USD$6.00 per year Over 40 million users 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 13
  • 14. Best Practice #2 Goal: inventory system for small retailers Frogteck launched a tablet and barcode scanner for shopkeepers FROGTEK Offers users inventory, metrics and billing Integrates with payment providers, mobile operators, integrators and banks 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 14
  • 15. Best Practice #3 Goal: monitor pregnancy via mobile Etisalat (a mobile operator) launched service to support pregnant women who cannot get to a clinic ETISALAT Over 500 birth attendants trained Over 20,000 pregnant women registered 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 15
  • 16. Best Practice #4 Goal: empowerment for women CHANGECORP SmartWoman launched as a paid service in Indonesia and Nigeria Over 100,000 women receive daily messages on various topics Offers content in one location 2013 Launch, Barce lona, Octobe r, 17 th -18 th 16
  • 17. Multi-stakeholder platform Are you ready for the future? 17

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