Two weeks ago European Communications and the Yankee Group hosted an exclusive seminar on the theme of mobile money.

Circa 100 attendees from the world of telecoms, retail and banking came to London to hear presentations, participate in a panel discussion and network with their peers.

Videos from the event are now available to watch exclusively on – see the list below and simply click to view.

Interview: Monitise Group strategy director Richard Johnson

European Communications editor Marc Smith discusses the mobile money ecosystem with Richard Johnson of the Monitise Group - a technology company that delivers mobile banking, payments and commerce networks.

Presentation: Clout of the Mobile Consumer

Yankee Group Senior Analyst Nick Holland outlines the new-found power of connected users and the communications revolution they are driving.

Presentation: Mobile Money Momentum

Yankee Group senior analyst Jason Armitage profiles the mobile user in Europe and share Yankee Group’s proprietary consumer survey data on mobile shopping and banking. This section concludes with an assessment of how mobile apps and social media will change the mobile money landscape.

Presentation: Going Mobile and Getting Paid

Yankee Group’s Nick Holland presents case studies and insights on winning strategies for implementing mobile payment technologies and satisfying the needs of an increasingly connected consumer base.

Panel Discussion: Mobile Money Best Practice

European Communications editor Marc Smith will moderate a panel of experts across the mobile money ecosystem about lessons learned and best practices.

You can also read our report on the event, Mobile money: time to get talking.

Keep up-to-date about future European Communications seminars by following us on Twitter @eurocomms.


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