Ambient Insight Invited to Present at Mobile Asia Expo

Greer and Adkins to join Industry's most influential executives in Shanghai

 

SEATTLE, June 17, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ambient Insight CEO, Tyson Greer and Chief Research Officer, Sam S. Adkins, will join leaders of the Asian mobile industry at a conference sponsored by the GSM Association (GSMA) on the latest developments in the mobile market. Ambient Insight brings a unique perspective to the proceedings with its analyses of Mobile Learning growth and revenue opportunities worldwide.

GSMA's Mobile Asia Expo, to take place June 26–28, 2013, in Shanghai, China, will feature CEOs and senior executives from leading companies in Asia and around the world; the App Planet program for the mobile application development community; a variety of other seminars, meetings and educational programs; and an exhibition showcasing innovative mobile products and services, including the new Connected City.

"We are honored to have been invited to GSMA's Mobile Asia Expo," said Adkins. "We have been working with GSMA for the past year on global mEducation trends and we are eager to share our findings with the attendees at the event." Ambient Insight reports that Asia has the highest revenues for Mobile Learning in the world. Mobile Learning revenues in Asia reached $2.6 billion in 2012 and will spike $6.8 billion by 2017.

Download the free abstract of Ambient Insight's Asia Mobile Learning Market: 2012-2017 Forecast and Analysis at: www.ambientinsight.com/Reports/MobileLearning.aspx.

"We're looking forward to sharing our recent research with world's leading mobile innovators and thought leaders," said Greer. Ambient Insight principals will deliver a presentation in an invitation-only meeting of Asia telecoms with GSMA. Ambient Insight also furnished analysis that GSMA used in creating a Mobile Learning "toolkit" for their members.

"We expect the telecoms to be particularly interested in our research on the key catalysts driving the lucrative Mobile Learning market in Asia and the explosive growth of Mobile Learning value added services (VAS) worldwide," Greer added.

More than 20,000 attendees are expected with over 200 companies represented, including China Mobile (the world's largest telecom), NTT DoCoMo, Huawei, SK Telecom, Ubuntu, Telenor Group, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, and many others.

"With keynote speakers ranging from Franco Bernabè, Chairman of GSMA and CEO of Telecom Italia Group to Guohua Xi, Chairman of China Mobile, and Rajeev Singh-Molares, President of Asia Pacific, Alcatel Lucent, we look forward to hearing from industry visionaries about their views on the latest innovations in the industry," said Adkins.

The theme for the second annual Mobile Asia Expo is "Connecting the Future." GSMA also produces the annual Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

To learn more about Ambient Insight's research, send an e-mail to info@ambientinsight.com.

Ambient Insight is an international integrity-based market research firm founded in 2004 that uses quantitative predictive analytics to identify revenue opportunities for global eLearning and Mobile Learning suppliers.

Ambient Insight has attracted an impressive list of international clients including academic institutions, government trade organizations, investment banks, equity firms, small innovative startups, and global companies like Adobe, Amazon, Apple, Blackboard, Chungdahm Learning, Citrix, Dell, Deutsche Telekom, DeVry, Disney, DuPont, Hasbro, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, IBM, Macmillan, Microsoft, Pearson, Proctor & Gamble, Qualcomm, RIM, Rosetta Stone, Texas Instruments, and Wiley.

Media Contact: Sam Adkins Ambient Insight, 360-805-4298, sam@ambientinsight.com

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