January M-days

\”Industry looks confidently to 2010 M-days ended Convention and trade show one and a half weeks ago with the conclusion: the personal companion phone\” is still on the rise and will significantly influence the communication world of tomorrow. The above-average growth of the Congress trade fair of M-days by about 60 percent compared to the previous year underlines this trend. KeySpeaker of market sizes such as BMW, Google and TOMORROW focus delivered in his opening speech their assessments of the market. Erding, February 05, 2009 – the M-days, largest Congress trade fair for mobile communications, sales and Contentlosungen, held this year on 22 and 23 January in the BMW world Munich, proved a success on the whole line: 37 exhibitors and 70 speakers gathered 975 visitors about the latest trends in the mobile industry, current events and future prospects of mobile communication channels. The visitor-industry evaluation sets a clear signal: 12 percent of the visitors came from the brand and commercial world, 19 per cent of Agencies, 21 percent were representatives of the media, 42 percent are in the mobile and telecommunications industry worked, and 6 percent in research and teaching. Compared to other mobile-related events in the German-speaking countries, the 4 M-days were the home of mobile with a high proportion of ancillary visitors to end. The M-days to one of the leading mobile event in the German-speaking countries have blossomed with a growth of nearly 60 percent over the previous year.

Therefore, the operators and the mobile industry with confidence see in the year 2010. The assessments: Broad interest took the opening discussions in the star-studded elephant round. Mark guard, Chairman of mobile in the BVDW, turned professional group as a result of the round out, that of the omnipresent screen has a rapid development and will play an increasingly important role in the media landscape. For the breakthrough of the medium mobile mass market must however the industry their identified homework: a real data flat rates at reasonable prices, iPhone-like product experience (hardware and software), even for devices of the lower and middle price range and the establishment of a recognized currency for media planning.