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At a time when advertisers are heavily investing in mobile, do you know how to take advantage of this potentially lucrative revenue stream? With such a wealth of customer data at your disposal, how can you effectively leverage this to develop relevant and targeted mobile campaigns with advertisers and brands?

Telecoms IQ’s Mobile Advertising will bring together mobile operators and MVNOs from across Europe to learn how to convince advertising companies and brands to work with them and how to collaborate with advertisers to develop successful mobile advertising campaigns that drive revenues for both the mobile operator and the advertising companies.

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Mobile Advertising confernce brochure

  1. 1. u S Re p t AV by gis o € E 13 ter 70 th an 0 ay d pa - M 20 y 11MobileAdvertising4th-7th July 2011, Sheraton Park Lane, London The only mobileLearn how to develop profitable mobile advertising campaigns advertisingand deliver relevant location based marketing that reaches the event for operatorsright audience at the right time to compete with OTT players and led by operatorsKey Issues To Be Addressed: 12 Operator Case Studies• Understand how to leverage mobile advertising Led By: to drive new revenue streams and enhance the Shaun Gregory, Managing Director of O2 Media, customer experience Telefónica O2 UK• Learn how to develop and enable targeted location based marketing campaigns that ensure Elvin Altun, Mobile Marketing Unit Head, relevance to your customers Turkcell• See how to use your customer data to develop Ludovic Lévy, Director of Mobile Advertising, profitable campaigns with advertising brands Orange• Evaluate different strategies for increasing customer opt-in for your mobile advertising campaigns Saadi Hussain, Head of Commercial Propositions, BT Global ServicesPlus, take advantage of the additional learning Gavin Gibbons, Senior Product Manager, Mobileopportunities: Advertising, Deutsche TelekomPre-Conference Workshop – Monday 4th July 2011Determining how to incorporate a location based marketing campaign Razvan Barbulescu, Mobile Advertising Seniorinto your mobile advertising strategy to optimise relevance and add Product Manager, Vodafone Romaniavalue to your customers Lucie Chmarová, Advertising Services Manager,Post-Conference Workshop – Thursday 7th July 2011 T-Mobile Czech RepublicUnderstanding how to develop an opt-in advertising campaign thatyour customers will be attracted to and your advertising brand will Sergio Cozzolino, Mobile ICT Solutions VP & GSMAwant to invest in Smart Card Group Chairman, Telecom Italia “A great opportunity to get a valuable insight “Mobile Advertising is a major growth opportunity into the role operators will play in transforming for telecoms operators, media, internet and the mobile advertising landscape” advertising stakeholders alike – the fast pace and upcoming evolutions will be very exciting.” Reg Cox, Director of Operations, Dr. Nejc M. Jakopin, Head of Staff Position, Corporate GSMA Strategy & Programme Management, E-Plus Mobilfunk Produced by:Register now at www.mobileadvertisingeurope.com
  2. 2. At a time when Mobile Advertising companies and brands are investing in mobile, do you Case Studies Not To Bewant to know how to take advantage of this lucrative revenue stream? MissedAnd, do you need to learn how to leverage your customer data to enable relevant andtargeted advertising campaigns that satisfy both your customers and advertisers? v Hear Turkcell share their experience and best practice inIf so, take advantage of Telecoms IQ’s Mobile Advertising event for mobile and developing profitable advertising integrated operators alike, where you will learn how to leverage your assets to develop campaignsadvertising campaigns that drive revenues for both you and your advertising brand.Learn from the strategies that your peers have developed to encourage their customers v See how Telefónica O2 UK haveto opt-in to marketing campaigns to enable targeted advertising and how they are developed a targeted locationcombining it with location based technologies to send offers to the right customer in the based marketing campaignright place at the right time. that ensures relevance to their customersMake sure you are part of this unique event and learn how to convince brands to workwith you to advertise their products and how to leverage applications as a channel to v Understand how Orange are positioning themselves in thedeliver mobile advertising. The programme will be led by our expert speaker panel, advertising ecosystem andincluding: leveraging it to enhance the customer experienceManaging Director of O2 Media, Telefónica O2 UKMobile Marketing Unit Head, Turkcell v Examine how Telecom Italia are combining new technologiesAdvertising Services Manager, T-Mobile Czech Republic with SMS and MMS to enhanceDirector of Mobile Advertising, Orange campaign effectivenessMobile Advertising Senior Product Manager, Vodafone RomaniaHead of Staff Position, Corporate Strategy & Programme Management, E-Plus Mobilfunk v Hear how BT are combiningDirector of Operations, GSMA M-Payments with mobile advertising to complete the salesReserve your place today and learn how to develop effective and relevant advertising transactioncampaigns that compete with OTT players and secure your place in the mobile advertisingvalue chain. v Understand how Vodafone Romania have developed anI look forward to seeing you at the event in July, attractive opt-in campaign to suit both the advertiser and the customerJoanna Sturgess v Hear from T-Mobile CzechConference Producer Republic how they areTelecoms IQ leveraging location based marketing to deliver targetedP.S. Book and pay before 13th May 2011 to SAVE up to €700 advertising campaignsvisit www.mobileadvertisingeurope.com now to secure your placePre-Conference Workshop: Monday 4th July 2011Registration and coffee will begin at 09.30.The workshop will take place between 10.00 & 16.00 with appropriate breaks for lunch and refreshments.Determining how to incorporate a location based marketing campaign into your mobile advertisingstrategy to optimise relevance and add value to your customersIn this workshop delegates will learn how to successfully develop a location based marketing campaign and incorporate itinto their mobile advertising strategy. Learn how to leverage location based advertising to add value for your customersand ensure optimum ROI for your advertising brand.Key topics to be addressed:v Examine and analyse examples of successful location based marketing campaignsv Establish what customer data to use and how to gather itv Understand which technology upgrades are required to enable location based marketingv Determine how to deliver location based marketing campaigns in real timev Examine where to set the geo-fenced area and determining how to limit the number of offers that a customer receivesv Learn how to leverage “pull” location based advertising including location aware services with relevant contentv Determine how to incorporate a location based campaign with your existing mobile advertising campaignsLed by: Stephane Gantchev, Co-Founder, MobileMonday Sofia Register now by contacting us on +44 (0) 20 7368 9300
  3. 3. Conference Day One: Tuesday 5th July 201109.00 Registration and coffee 14.40 Understanding how Orange are positioning themselves in09.25 Welcome address the advertising ecosystem and how they are leveraging it Joanna Sturgess, Conference Producer, Telecoms IQ to enhance the customer experience09.30 Opening remarks from the Chair followed by a v Understanding the role of the operator in the advertising ecosystem speed networking session and how Orange are positioning themselves in the value chain v Determining how operators can leverage advertising and work with09.50 Learning from Turkcell how they are using mobile as a brands to generate additional market share mass media and marketing channel v Developing effective revenue share models v Examining the power of mobile over alternative advertising and v Establishing how operators can work with brands to enhance the marketing channels customer experience: v Identifying the need for mobile marketing products and Turkcell’s v Analysing the steps that Orange have taken so far in this area and Award Winning Cases: evaluating their success v Opt-in Database Ludovic Lévy, Director of Mobile Advertising, Orange v Mobile Advertising v Campaigns 15.20 Examining the “Deal or No Deal” campaign by Vodafone v Evaluating the success of Turkcell’s mobile advertising strategy and and Kraft to understand how brands embrace mobile the ROI achieved marketing to reach their business targets Mobile Marketing has come a long way and is finally reaching the Elvin Altun, Mobile Marketing Unit Head, Turkcell mainstream. Mobile is changing the consumer and marketing10.30 Determining how to leverage new technologies to landscape. Vodafone Turkey will share their experiences from their enhance campaign effectiveness and whether to combine “Deal or No Deal” campaign that has been selected as a 2011 GSMA them with traditional mobile advertising channels finalist in the Best Mobile Advertising and Marketing category. v Analysing the role of traditional channels such as SMS and MMS in v Understanding the dynamics of a mobile marketing campaign mobile advertising campaigns v Determining how brands can maximise the effectiveness of a v Leveraging new technical solutions to target customers effectively campaign by partnering with an operator based on their preferences: v Establishing how to use mobile advertising in promotional v NFC applications campaigns to target the right person, at the right time, in the right v TAG applications location, via the right channel, with the right offer v Establishing how to combine these solutions to boost B2B2C v Understanding the importance of mobile advertising to reach advertising campaigns potential customers v Finding the right customer balance between privacy and v Evaluating the overall success of the campaign in terms of customer convenience take-up and ROI v Evaluating the effectiveness of traditional versus innovative Emre Kanaat, Senior Manager of Mobile Marketing & Business campaigns and determining when to combine the two to achieve Partners Management, Vodafone Turkey optimum effectiveness Sergio Cozzolino, Mobile ICT Solutions VP & GSMA Smart Card 16.00 Afternoon refreshments Group Chairman, Telecom Italia 16.30 Examining recent and future developments in Deutsche11.10 Morning refreshments Telekom’s mobile advertising strategy Deutsche Telekom is already active in mobile advertising in more than11.40 Panel Discussion: Can you change the negative ten European markets. In this session the speaker will talk about the perception of mobile SMS advertising? the new globally standardised platform that they are using to v How can operators develop an effective communication strategy integrate local features. In addition, you will learn about the new with their customers so they know what data is being shared? formats and channels that Deutsche Telekom are developing to v How can operators let their customers know that they recognise the deliver campaigns to their customers. intrusion? Gavin Gibbons, Senior Product Manager, Mobile Advertising, v What can operators offer their customers in return for sharing their Deutsche Telekom data? 17.10 Determining how to measure the success of your mobile v How can operators gain the trust of their customers as the gatekeeper of their personal information? advertising campaign v Collaborating with your brand to determine their requirements panellists include: v Understanding how to set the criteria for success when the brand Dr. Nejc M. Jakopin, Head of Staff Position, Corporate Strategy & and the operator have different objectives Programme Management, E-Plus Mobilfunk Razvan Barbulescu, Mobile Advertising Senior Product Manager, v Evaluating the pros and cons of using different criteria to measure the success of your campaign Vodafone Romania v Number of clicks12.20 Understanding how the GSMA are working with UK v PoS discounts mobile operators to develop a standardised process for v Number of leads generated mobile advertising v Conversion rate v Examining the history of GSMA and mobile advertising in the UK v Understanding which tools you need to be able to implement and v Determining what is real and live today in mobile advertising when to monitor the success of a mobile advertising campaign v Understanding what the market needs the GSMA to deliver v Determining how to present the results of your marketing campaign v Analysing the GSMA’s mobile advertising roadmap to secure future buy in Reg Cox, Director of Operations, GSMA For speaker updates, please visit www.mobileadvertisingeurope.com13.00 Lunch14.00 Mobile advertising at E-Plus – a path to new business 17.50 Closing remarks from the Chair models for operators 18.00 End of conference day one v Understanding the rationale and key drivers behind mobile advertising at E-Plus v Identifying your assets and determining how to exploit them v Understanding how Gettings has created a new mobile advertising business model at E-Plus v Evaluating the success of Gettings and mobile advertising at E-Plus Dr. Nejc M. Jakopin, Head of Staff Position, Corporate Strategy & Programme Management, E-Plus Mobilfunk For your booking enquiries you can email us now telecoms@iqpc.co.uk
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Conference Day Two: Wednesday 6th July 201109.00 Registration and coffee 13.50 Understanding how m-payments can be combined with mobile advertising to complete the sales transaction09.30 Opening remarks from the Chair v Examining the processes involved from start to finish of a mobile David Stansell, Managing Consultant, PA Consulting advertising and m-payments campaign09.40 Examining O2’s journey from an operator to a leading v Identifying the barriers faced in delivering such a campaign and connectivity service brand how they can be overcome v Understanding how O2 have developed themselves as a customer v Understanding the commercial framework between mobile centric brand advertising and m-payments v Analysing O2’s customer insight and demonstrating how mobile fits v Analysing the lessons learnt and evaluating the success of the into the media mix campaign Saadi Hussain, Head of Commercial Propositions, v Determining how O2 have developed a mobile advertising strategy BT Global Services by creating a personalised media business built on trust with their customers 14.30 Permission based mobile advertising at Vodafone v Learning from proven case studies of precision targeted messaging Romania: Understanding how to develop an advertising campaigns and location based marketing campaigns strategy that suits both the advertiser and your v Evaluating the success of these campaigns customers v Discussing the next steps for O2 in mobile advertising v Determining how to obtain permission from your customers to Shaun Gregory, Managing Director of O2 Media, Telefónica O2 UK deliver advertising campaigns directly to them10.20 Understanding how T-Mobile Czech Republic are v Establishing how to advertise to the right customer, at the right leveraging location based marketing to deliver targeted time, in the right place advertising campaigns v Understanding the competitive advantage that an operator has in v Analysing the different geographical criteria to enable targeted permission based mobile advertising and how it can be exploited marketing: Razvan Barbulescu, Mobile Advertising Senior Product Manager, v Customer billing address Vodafone Romania v Most frequent location of mobile phones and customers v Current location of mobile phones and customers 15.10 Afternoon refreshments v Examining the different advertising campaigns that T-Mobile is running with advertisers: 15.30 Learning from Hi3G Denmark how to develop an in app advertising campaign v Understanding the criteria that T-Mobile are using to target v Examining the new possibilities that smart phones present to customers effectively advertisers v Evaluating the success of T-Mobile’s advertising campaigns with v Understanding how advertising can be delivered in app advertisers by examining the response and conversion rate Lucie Chmarová, Advertising Services Manager, T-Mobile Czech v Determining how to develop in app advertising strategies Republic v Learning from proven case studies and examining trends from the Nordic region11.00 Morning refreshments Kåre Carlsen, Content Manager, Hi3G Denmark11.30 Building the business case for investing in mobile 16.10 Establishing how to convince brands to partner with advertising and marketing mobile operators for their advertising campaigns v Quantifying and justifying the investment required, particularly in v Understanding the extent to which brands perceive mobile the mobile advertising platform, and analysing the expected ROI advertising as an effective way to reach potential customers v Determining how to minimise the time taken to integrate a mobile v Analysing brand requirements and determining what you can offer advertising platform with your network architecture and the them as an incentive to try mobile advertising: associated costs v A reduced price for a promotion v Establishing how to measure the success of your mobile advertising v Offering free targeting criteria instead of charging per parameter and marketing campaign used v Determining how to convince senior management to ‘believe’ in v Evaluating the cost-effectiveness of developing a tailor made mobile advertising and marketing as a tool for revenue generation solution to your meet the brands’ requirements For speaker updates, please visit v Establishing how to present the results of your campaign to secure www.mobileadvertisingeurope.com future investment Senior Representative, France Telecom España12.10 Panel Discussion: How can mobile operators work more (Awaiting final confirmation) effectively with brands to ensure successful mobile advertising campaigns? 16.50 Closing remarks from the Chair v What do brands want from a mobile advertising campaign? v What do operators want to achieve from a mobile advertising 17.00 End of conference campaign? v How can operators and brands find the right balance to meet both their needs? v What technology do operators have and how can it be leveraged to Save up to reach a wide audience? v How can operators and brands develop win-win revenue share €700 if you models? register and Panellists include: pay Ludovic Lévy, Director of Mobile Advertising, Orange Eden Zoller, Principal Analyst, Ovum by 13th May12.50 Lunch 2011 © Telecoms IQ 2011. Due to unforeseen circumstances the programme may change, and IQPC reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers. Register now at www.mobileadvertisingeurope.com
  5. 5. Post-Conference Workshop: Thursday 7th July 2011 Registration and coffee will begin at 09.30. The workshop will take place between 10.00 & 16.00 with appropriate breaks for lunch and refreshments. Understanding how to develop an opt-in advertising campaign that your customers will be attracted to and your advertising brand will want to invest in In this session delegates will learn how to develop and market an attractive user interface for their opt-in advertising campaigns. Delegates will discuss what they can offer their customers in return for opting-in to their campaigns as well as how they can regularly review their preferences to suit their changing needs. Key topics to be addressed: v Learn how to design a simple and flexible user interface that enables customers to set their own preferences v Determine how to market your opt-in campaign and encourage your customers to opt-in quickly v Evaluate the effectiveness of using different offers to encourage your customers to opt-in v Establish how to encourage your customers to regularly review their preferences to optimise the relevance of the adverts they receive v Determine how to speed up the opt-in process in order for your campaign to hit a wider audience v Understand how to minimise the time taken to remove customers that opt-out in order to reduce customer complaints For announcements on the workshop leader, please visit: www.mobileadvertisingeurope.comYou Will Meet And Network With: Meet Prospects For Your Mobile Advertising Solution:Heads/Managers/Product Managers of: 80% of the delegates will use this event primarily to network.• Mobile Advertising Position yourself as a leading solution provider to global mobile operators at Telecoms IQ’s Mobile Advertising conference.• Mobile Marketing• VAS Attendees have an active interest in• Content Services hearing from:• Mobile Services Innovation • Mobile advertising platform solution providers• Entertainment • SMS advertising solution providers • Location based marketing solution providers 5% 5% If you have a solution for Directors of Mobile Advertising Western Europe and Heads of Mobile Marketing, we can help you connect Eastern Europe with your prospects. Our conferences attract senior 20% 40% players responsible for budget allocation. Scandinavia Middle East For more information on sponsorship opportunities, contact: Africa 30% Dale Harris, Sponsorship Sales Manager, Telecoms IQ +44 (0) 207 368 9500 Email: sponsor@iqpc.co.uk Share Your Ideas For more information on the conference programme and speaking opportunities, contact: Joanna Sturgess, Conference Producer, Telecoms IQ Follow us on Twitter @TelecomsForum Join our Linkedin group +44 (0) 20 7368 9300 Email: telecoms@iqpc.co.uk “Telecoms Networking Forum”MediaPartners: Register now at www.mobileadvertisingeurope.com
  6. 6. Mobile Advertising 5 WAYS TO REGISTER Tel: +44 (0) 20 7368 9300 Monday 4th July 2011: Pre-Conference Workshop Fax: +44 (0) 20 7368 9301 Tuesday 5th & Wednesday 6th July 2011: Two-Day Conference Post: your booking form to Thursday 7th July 2011: Post-Conference Workshop IQPC UK, 2nd Floor, To speed registration, please provide the priority code located on the mailing label or in the box below. 129 Wilton Road, London SW1V 1JZ my registration code is IGC_MA_SLIDE Online: www.mobileadvertisingeurope.com Please contact our database manager on +44 (0) 20 7368 9300 or at database@iqpc.co.uk quoting the registration code above to inform us of any changes or to remove your details. Email: telecoms@iqpc.co.uk Delegate Rates Package Tick book & Pay by 13th may 2011* book & Pay by 17th June 2011* Standard Pricing Team Discounts* IQPC recognises the value of learning in teams. Groups of 3 or more Full Access Pass Save €700 Save €300 booking at the same time from the same company receive a 10% 4 Pre Conference Workshop €2,899+VAT €3,299+VAT €3,599+VAT 4 Two Day Conference discount. 5 or more receive a 15% discount. 7 receive a 20% discount. 4 Post Conference Workshop Only one discount available per person. Three Day Pass Save €500 Save €200 4 Two Day Conference AND Pre Conference Workshop €2,299+VAT €2,599+VAT €2,799+VAT Venue & Accommodation OR Post Conference Workshop VEnUE: Sheraton Park Lane,Piccadilly, London, W1J 7BX Two-Day Conference Save €250 Save €150 Website: www.sheratonparklane.com Phone: +44 (0) 20 7499 6321 4 Two Day Conference OnLY €1,649+VAT €1,749+VAT €1,899+VAT Fax: +44 (0) 20 7499 1965 Email: reservations.theparklane@sheraton.com *To qualify for discounts, payment must be received with booking by the registration deadline. Early booking discounts are not valid in conjunction with ACCOmmODATIOn: any other offer. All prices are exclusive of UK VAT. VAT will be charged at 20% from 01/01/2011. Travel and accommodation are not included in the conference fee; UK VAT registration no. GB 799 2259 67 however we have put together a HotelMap that displays discounted accommodation for hotels in the area to the Sheraton Park Lane. The Delegate Details map displays live availability and allows you to book directly with each hotel: www.HotelMap.com/M4X2C Please photocopy for each additional delegate Alternatively, if you would like to book your accommodation by phone, 6 Mr 6 Mrs 6 Miss 6 Ms 6 Dr 6 Other you can call Daniel Spinner, our dedicated London concierge, on 020 7292 2335 (if outside UK +44 20 7292 2335) quoting Special First Name Family Name Reference Code M4X2C. He will be happy to help you with your hotel Department Mobile No. booking and provide assistance organising your time in London. Job Title Tel No. Free Online Resources Email To claim a variety of articles, podcasts and other free resources please visit www.mobileadvertisingeurope.com 6 Yes I would like to receive information about products and services via email Organisation Digital Conference On CD-ROm Nature of business A digital version of the conference proceedings, including all Address presentations, is available to buy. Postcode Country 6 I cannot attend the event, please send me the CD Rom priced at £599 plus VAT Telephone Fax 6 Please send me conference materials indicated above. Approving Manager 6 I have filled out credit card details below Name of person completing form if different from delegate: For further information Please call: +44 (0) 20 7368 9300 or email: Signature knowledgebank@iqpc.co.uk. To search IQPC’s archived conference documentation visit: www.iqpcknowledgebank.com 6 I agree to IQPC’s cancellation, substitution and payment terms Special dietary requirements: 6 Vegetarian 6 Non-dairy 6 Other (please specify) Please indicate if you have already registered by Phone 6 Fax 6 Email 6 Web 6 Terms and Conditions Please read the information listed below as each booking is subject to IQPC Ltd standard terms and conditions. Payment Terms: Upon completion and return of the registration form full payment is required no later than 5 business days from the date of invoice. Payment of invoices by means other than by credit card or purchase order Payment method (UK Plc and UK government bodies only) will be subject to a €65 (plus VAT) processing fee per delegate. Payment must be received prior to the conference date. We reserve the right to refuse admission to the conference if payment has not been received. 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