We are an experienced team of marketing professionals who have been involved in all aspects of the industry from SS7 to VoIP, Policy Control to Customer Experience Management, from 2G to LTE. Today we're helping our customers target new opportunities in 5G, the IoT and smart technology. When you work with us, you’ll be working with a team that understands your business.
We offer a complete suite of marketing services to help startups and growing companies in the telecoms, ICT and IoT domains. We help define strategy, messaging and value propositions, backed by all the capabilities needed to design and implement campaigns to reach your target market. We pride ourselves on our ability to understand what you do, so we can make an immediate impact.
Our portfolio spans international and national markets, serving customers from around the world - ranging from startups to globally established businesses with operations in multiple countries. Take a look at some of our recent projects.
A key element of 5G is the emergence of Ultra Reliable Low Latency Communications (URLLC), which will be required to fulfil many industrial use cases. Many industrial players have clearly stated that they would like to deploy their own private 5G networks in order to secure URLLC capabilities and some regulators are taking steps to reserve spectrum for these purposes. Meanwhile, MNOs, backed by the GSMA cry foul.
October's Telco Data Analytics & AI Europe, held in London, was one of the telecoms industry's most important opportunities to be at the fore-front of data and AI developments. Our MD, Guy Redmill, was there and we had the pleasure of chairing sessions on Day 2 of the event, leading the Dragon's Den and awarding prizes.
According to new research from Juniper Research, the automotive sector will become the most lucrative IoT platform by 2021, accounting for $63 billion in transactions that year (or 55 per cent of the overall market), with the biggest growth coming from in-vehicle payments. In comparison, it forecasts that the market for connected home devices, including smart speakers and TVs, will reach just over $50 billion by 2021.