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building the connected economy anne bouverot director general gsma may 14 2012
Building the Connected Economy

Anne Bouverot: Director General, GSMA

May 14, 2012

the connected economy
The Connected Economy

The mobile communications industry is creating a ‘Connected Economy’ across the globe, both directly through network investment, job creation and contributions to public funding, and also by transforming adjacent industries such as education, healthcare, payments, transportation and utilities.

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todays connected world
Todays Connected World
  • 6,600,000,000
  • MOBILE CONNECTIONS
  • 3,600,000,000
  • MOBILE SUBSCRIBERS (INDIVIDUAL)
  • 1,300,000,000
  • MOBILE BROADBAND CONNECTIONS
  • US $1,500,000,000,000
  • MOBILE INDUSTRY REVENUES
  • >8,000,000
  • TOTAL ECOSYSTEM JOBS

But we are just beginning…

b uilding the connected economy
Building the Connected Economy

By 2015 the mobile industry will be responsible for:

Revenues:

$1.9 trillion

Employment:

9.8 million jobs

  • According to the World Bank, a 10% increase in:
  • Mobile PenetrationMobile Broadband Penetration

Between 2012 and 2015 the mobile industry will:

Invest $793

billion in capital

Contribute $2.7

trillion to public funds

Drives +0.6% GDP in a developed country

Drives +0.8% GDP in a developing country

Drives +1.4% GDP in low to middle income countries

connected living
Connected Living

Consumer Electronics

Automotive

Healthcare

Education

Utilities

24 Billion Connected Devices by 2020

connected commerce mobile nfc
Connected Commerce: Mobile NFC

Payments

Couponing

Ticketing

Secure Access

Secure and Interoperable SIM-Based NFC Services

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Building the NFC Ecosystem

Mobile

Industry

Financial

Industry

Adjacent Industries

Public Sector

Differing approaches will fragment the market

NFC can only succeed with collaborationacross the value chain

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mobile broadband spectrum
Mobile Broadband Spectrum

To create jobs and diversify their economies, governments across the MENA region should prioritize the release of harmonized spectrum for LTE services

mwomen programme
mWomenProgramme

mWomen in MENA represents a $1.5B market opportunity

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Creating a Connected World

Connecting People

Connecting the Worldto the Internet

Connecting Everything in Our Lives

thank you abouverot@gsm org
THANK YOU!

abouverot@gsm.org