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Mobile Money APAC 2012

1/30/12 7:00 AM - 2/2/12 7:00 PM
HostClarion Events
VenueMobile Money APAC 2012 will be held in Singapore at the Swissotel
Mobile Money APAC 2012 is your best opportunity to learn about mobile money opportunities in developed and emerging countries across APAC. Benchmark against the leading few pioneers and transfer best practices to your own business models! <ul> <li> Find out how world-leading mobile money businesses operates on a day-to-day basis</li> <li> Discover how mobile money actually works for consumers</li> <li> Gain unbeatable hands-on experience from the inventors of mobile money through 2 content-packed conference days and our famous pre and post conference workshops - the Mobile Money Academy.</li> </ul> The <a href="">Mobile Money Academy</a> is a comprehensive programme of interactive workshops, designed to lead you through the complexity of the latest challenges in mobile money. The sessions are led by leading experts with proven experience of mobile money programme deployment. Register for the pre and post-conference academy sessions and you will gain access to seven 90 minute workshops, each combining demonstrations, business planning, exercises and role playing. Industry Overview Asia Pacific is the fastest growing region for mobile money... By 2014 mobile money transaction volumes in Asia Pacific will exceed US$316 billion and there will be 622 million mobile payments users in the region with over 62 billion use cases. Domestic and international mobile money transfers, prepaid airtime transfer, mobile banking and salary disbursement,bill payment and loan collection through the mobile channel are just some of the services in demand from consumers in developed and developing markets. In markets such as the Philippines, India and Indonesia, mobile network operators and banks have an opportunity to increase access to financial services to the millions of under banked mobile phone users. Moreover, value added services such as mobile money will drastically increase revenues for operators, growing from 14% of total revenues today to over 24% in the next three years. For the last 5 years, NFC has already been a key driver for mobile payments in Japan and South Korea for transport and retail purchases. Now, we see this trend spreading to other markets including Singapore and Malaysia. <a href="" target="_blank">Join us at Asia Pacific's largest mobile money event</a> and meet the leading pioneers behind the most successful programmes in the region and transfer best practices to your own mobile money business. <a href=""></a>
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