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December 16, 2016

Changing Culture: The Great Barrier

We’ve published a new report. The findings of a senior exec ‘summit’ we ran last week in Asia present a fascinating snapshot of the global telecoms industry. They highlight views on the key goals of and barriers to transformation, and point to some key actions needed to move forward.

This report is part of the Executive Briefing Service and Telco 2.0 Transformation Stream, and you can read an extract of the report here.

For more information on any of our services, please email contact@telco2.net or call +44 207 247 5003.

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December 8, 2016

Which operator growth strategies will remain viable in 2017 and beyond?

We’ve published a new report. Global telecoms growth has slowed since 2009, but some operators have enjoyed compound annual growth rates of up to 25% over this period. This report examines the financial results of 68 operators over the last seven years, identifies seven successful growth strategies, and evaluates which ones will deliver the best results in 2017 and beyond.

This report is part of the Executive Briefing Service, and you can read an excerpt of the report here.

For more information on any of our services, please email contact@telco2.net or call +44 207 247 5003.

Sample Figure: Aggregate revenue and growth rate for the sixty-eight players, 2009-2016

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December 2, 2016

We’ve published a new report: Amazon: Telcos’ Chameleon-King Ally?

Amazon, Facebook and Google are engaged in a global contest to become the pre-eminent broker of digital commerce between merchants and consumers. Google controls the leading digital platform - the Android smartphone. And Facebook dominates mobile messaging. But new digital platforms are emerging - the growing popularity of smart speakers, which rely on cloud-based artificial intelligence, could help Amazon, the original online chameleon, to bolster its fast-evolving ecosystem at the expense of Google and Facebook. As the digital food chain evolves, opportunities will open up for telcos, but only if the smart home market remains heterogeneous and very competitive.

The report is part of our Dealing With Disruption Stream, and you can read an extract here.

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