Singapore (December 18, 2009) /ChinaNewswire.com/ — M-Commerce World Summit 2010 will be held from 16 to 19 March 2010 in Singapore to discuss on strategies to develop the best business model and new business partnership in delivering mobile financial services to the mass market.
Highly-regarded speakers representing the mobile operators, banks, mobile transfer networks, mWallets and 'interoperability hubs', handset manufacturers, technology and equipment providers will be invited to share their latest efforts in launching m-commerce services and the key challenges facing them at this summit.
The following key issues will be addressed in depth with necessary Real World Case Studies: Analysing the Impacts of Regulatory Environment on m-Commerce – Lessons learnt; Overview of Current Market Trends and Developments for m-Payments in Asia; Profitable and Sustainable Business Models Available for Mobile Money Transfer and POS; Commercial Opportunities and Challenges Facing the Banks in Offering Mobile Financial Services; New Strategies to Capture the Mass Market for Mobile Money Transfer & Mobile Remittance; Additional Revenue Generating Channels through Deployment of M-Payments; Enabling Mobile Money Domestically and Internationally; Banking the 'Unbanked'& Microfinance Services; Case Study on Safaricom's Experience in Providing Mobile Money Transfer Services in Kenya; Globe Telecom's Experience in Launching G-Gash; NFC Technology Updates; Mobile Handsets–What Are the Latest Technology Developments?;Case Study on MasterCard's Over-The-Air Provisioning Service; The Challenges in Implementing m-Payments in Transit; Management Issues Concerning the Business and Technological Interfaces between Banks and Mobile Operators; Security Issues of M-Payment Systems; and User-friendly and Secure Mobile Payments.
Companies/organisations representing the M-Commerce Ecosystems will be speaking at this conference : Mohamed A Kazi, Channel Head-Mobile Banking, Absa Bank, South Africa; Paradorn Wichayapinyo, Strategic Planning Specialist, Advanced MPay, Thailand; Frédéric Schepens, Executive Vice President, Strategic Business Development, Belgacom ICS, Belgium; Mohammad Jakirul Islam, Project Coordinator- mCommerce, Citycell, Bangladesh; Thivanka Rangala, Group Chief Commercial Officer, Dialog Telekom PLC, Sri Lanka; Richie Sison, Marketing Group Head of G-Xchange, Inc, Globe Telecom, Philippines; Delwar Hossain Azad, Head, Financial Services, Grameenphone, Bangladesh; Silvester Prakasam, Director (Fare Systems), Land Transport Authority, Singapore; Andrew Parker, Business Development Manager, M.Com; Kate Zilla-Bâ, COO, Mondato, USA; Bharat Bhatia, Regional Director, India, SAARC and South East Asia, Motorola; Chakaprani GK, Senior Manager-Financial Services, Nokia; Matthew Talbot, Vice President, mCommerce, Sybase 365; Arief Hamdani Gunawan, Senior Officer-Regulatory Management, Telkom Indonesia, Indonesia; and Lalit Sinha, Deputy General Manager, DIT, Union Bank of India, India.
There will be a pre-conference workshop on 16 March 2010 with the title "How to Build and Calculate A Successful Business Case for Mobile Banking?"and a post-conference workshop on 19 March 2010 on "Mobile Marketing & Advertising".
The summit website is : http://www.symphonyglobal.com/index.php/event/page/m-commerce
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