The arrival of credit services will be key to driving customer acquisition at Orange Bank, according to the operator's Chief Marketing Officer, who describes the new service as a "once in a decade opportunity".
Ramon Fernandez has given coded criticism of Altice's "extremely aggressive" content strategy and said Orange would not "pay extremely high prices for products that do not necessarily make a difference".
Polish mobile operator PLAY has unveiled plans to launch an IPO on the Warsaw stock exchange, with its CEO promising to go after new growth areas.
Mike Zirkle wears a ring that would not look out of place in the fantasy worlds of JRR Tolkein, but Verizon’s Executive Director of Transformation says there’s nothing magical about ensuring digital transformation programmes go smoothly.
There can’t be many people in BT with as wide a job description as Mark Hughes (pictured).
Peter Hutton’s LinkedIn profile shows he likes a joke, but the Eurosport CEO is deadly serious about how bespoke content from the Olympic Games, and possibly other events, could help mobile operators.
Telenor has admitted defeat in its attempt to run a mobile bank in Europe, with its head of financial services saying Asia is where growth will be found.
Telia is using the emerging connected car market as a testing ground to transform itself, a senior executive has revealed.
Irish operator eir is on its third major rebranding project in a little over two years, having simplified the eircom brand in late 2015, and brought Setanta Sports under its own moniker last summer.
It’s not often that you get to discuss pornography with a telecoms exec, either on or off the record, but Stephanie Rockmann doesn’t blink when this rather unusual topic is raised.
Virtual reality will become ever more central to BT Sport, its Chief Operating Officer believes, as the business looks ahead to a tighter integration with EE.
Johanna Berlinde is unequivocal: it’s not possible that every company that is launching a streaming service will survive in the future.
The cyber security industry is on a “defensive footing”, a leading Vodafone executive has said, as he looks to pull off a “magic trick” to help the operator become a more established player in this key area.
“Busy” is the word Mark Evans chooses to describe his first 12 months at the helm of the UK’s second largest mobile operator.
The number of new companies adopting Internet of Things services has slowed, data from Vodafone has shown, but the operator’s IoT chief remains upbeat that the latest tech will unleash the next wave of market entrants.
The CEO of international wholesaler BICS hopes the acquisition of TeleSign will help it reorient its business model away from the flagging legacy voice market and towards new digital services.
Plenty of CEOs pay lip service to the corporate line that it’s all about partnering with rivals and creating ecosystems these days, but you get a clear sense that Satya Nadella is not one of them.
Vodafone is reinventing its marketing strategy through a segment-led approach, according to the head of its new youth-focused UK brand VOXI.
Just a couple of years ago Telefónica was happily aggregating content from traditional sources to entertain subscribers in its home market, but in January this year that all changed.
Vodafone UK is expected to launch a consumer IoT play “soon” as its CEO looks to reclaim lost ground.
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