It's that time of year! Analysys Mason have released this years report for their multi-year, multi-country Connected Consumer Survey. Working with On Device Research as well as an online research company, Analysys Mason covers 15 countries in total. Using our mobile panels, we covered the emerging markets in Asia, Middle East and Africa. The comprehensive study focuses on telecoms habits, device ownership, relationship with telecoms providers, and the use of digital economy services.
Primesight, in conjunction with On Device Research, has launched Primemobile Live, the first real-time reporting platform for outdoor advertising campaigns
On Device Research is a fast-growing mobile market research company. We use the mobile internet to gain access to consumer opinion any time or location. We're looking to hire an experienced member of the team to lead our efforts in the media and advertising industry.
We've been in the mobile research game for 5 years now and while we've grown sizeably (now with 3 global offices) we're still striving to take mobile research mainstream. Throwing it to our audience at MRMW Singapore, we asked our fellow researchers what they felt were the biggest barriers for mobile research.
When Facebook started seeing a decline in popularity of its social networking platform especially among its younger users, they aggressively fought to stay relevant. Did it work? Our 5 country report reveals the top players in each market and more.
PeopleTalk 2014 is a two-day conference held in Dubai representing the GCC region. Here, 8 inspiring speakers cover 7 hot topics for people and businesses in MENA today. They presented to some of the biggest global and local organisations, such as Nestle, PWC and the Government of Dubai.
The PeopleTalk conference explored how the rapid economic growth of the region has led to a highly connected, creative and tech savvy population. The conference's host Leo Burnett has described the region as a place ready for big things.
"What's the smartphone penetration in…?" is a question that keeps coming up in our day-to-day work. Google's Consumer Barometer has the answer for at least 47 countries.
It's one thing to be constantly told that "mobile is big, mobile is important" but a very different story to see a chart like the one from Benedict Evan's excellent "Mobile is Eating the World" presentation below.
Access to the internet through one's phone is fundamentally changing lives in Africa while in developed markets like the UK the effect is more pronounced, bringing incremental improvements.
This is the main takeaway from our latest survey that that discovered that 63% of Africans find that mobile internet has “greatly improved” their lives, compared to 40% of people in the UK.