Future of mobile - 2013

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  • Edith, great presentation! Only slide I disagree with is #22 'Device makers and carriers will lead the BYOD trends.'. Actually, they are scrambling to exploit and influence the trends but by definition - BYOD - is really driven by the end-users - the employees who pick their own devices and choose. And then it's possibly influenced by the enterprises secondarily. The carriers and device makers are trying but really aren't driving it yet (look at Blackberry's demise)
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Future of mobile - 2013

  1. 1. Edith Yeung (@edithyeung) Future of Mobile
  2. 2. 12 Countries in 12 Months
  3. 3. Facts & Figures
  4. 4. Over 1.5B smartphone subscribers worldwide with 31% growth and 21% penetration in 2013
  5. 5. Americans spend 1.8X times more time in apps than on computer
  6. 6. Total number of mobile app downloads is set to exceed 100 billion this year.
  7. 7. More Apps than Population of San Francisco
  8. 8. State of the Mobile Union & Predictions for 2014
  9. 9. Google is the New Microsoft. Samsung is the new Dell. Android phone price will continue to fall.
  10. 10. Google & Apple controls the OSs. Game developers, Facebook, Amazon, Tencent & Alibaba will win the mobile money game.
  11. 11. Mobile search will take over PC search in 5 years.
  12. 12. eCommerce revenue will mostly come from Mobile. Consumers and merchants wants to transact on mobile devices, rather than in coins and cash, credit cards. Global offline transactions facilitated by mobile devices will reach about $1.5 trillion
  13. 13. Developing countries will lead mobile payment revolution.
  14. 14. People will spend a lot more on mobile via in-app or the subscription fee.
  15. 15. Developers will go global from the start or get left behind •  Patent  •  Email   •  Social  Media   •  Phone   •  Local  News   •  Local  interviews   •  User  acquisi;on   •  Email   •  Social  Media   •  Website   Marke;ng   PR   Legal   Customer   Service  
  16. 16. Device makers & carriers will lead the BYOD trends.
  17. 17. More Snapchat on the way!
  18. 18. Join Mobile Reading List / Startup Digest
  19. 19. Follow @edithyeung

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