Mobile World Congress 2014—Day 3 Recap from Ogilvy & Mather #MWC2014 #OgilvyMWC

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  1. 1. 2014Mobileworld CongressDay3 Recap #OgilvyMWC
  2. 2. 2014Mobileworld1CongressWho will connect the connections? Weve seen the future, and its connected. And those connections all need to be frictionlessly interconnected themselves. Thats not so easy. Think of the scale. By 2020, expect 50 billion connected devices, or so says Ciscos John Chambers. The internet he describes will be ten times more influential than it is today. That IoT market will be worth a cool $19 trillion. Let the scramble begin, but watch the match carefully. The real winners wont be who you expect. The shiny new gadget is only as cool as the world of interconnection it can access. To the owner of the connection ecosystem goes the spoils. Even if you dont have grandiose expectations, youre going to be shut out if youre creating a stand-alone device or app. Delivering the promise of the IoT to your consumer means figuring out how to get the right information to the right device at the right time so that she can make the right decisions.#OgilvyMWC
  3. 3. 2014Mobileworld2CongressABL: Always be listening Mobile devices are getting smart enough to always be on without putting a massive drain on battery power and data consumption. That kind of efficiency has turned Shazam, once a utility that told you the song and artist of music you played for it, into a utility that listens to everything around you. It creates a media playlist based on your life. That gets brilliant once it correlates all that listening to give you a description of your media life and a prediction about what you might like to check out. Now link cognitive computing and it could get prescriptive, anticipating how your tastes might evolve. And you, dear marketer, now have a cognitive listening post in your consumers pocket. Just think of the value you could deliver with that! But you had better be, as Ginni Rometty said, focused on security and trust.#OgilvyMWC
  4. 4. 2014Mobileworld3Congressmfsputting an extra m in money There are 3 billion mobile phones in the world, and 2 billion of these people have bank accounts. Yet 85% of consumer transactions are still paper based. Looked at another way, 15% of the global economy is transacted digitally. How can you get into that digital spending spree? Mobile Financial Services (MFS) is an area so ripe for opportunity. And for stumbles. Making someones preferred brand of conditioner does not automatically qualify you as a trusted banker in her eyes. But if you have a strong brand partnership and tie-in with a trusted source like a mobile provider or a bank, you could win her over. From micro-credit lending to digital wallets tied to deals and incentives based on consumer behaviors, there is a ton of potential here. M-Pesa and Turkcell are early explorers in a landscape that is still largely untracked. Will that innovation come from Africa? IBMs Rometty thinks it might. Africa offers people the opportunity to reinvent businesses entirely. As a result, she believes that this is the decade that Africa takes off.#OgilvyMWC
  5. 5. 2014Mobileworld4Congresspress play to begin Mobile gaming is huge, as anyone whos ever flapped a bird, sliced some fruit, or hurled yourself at a thieving green pig, knows. The number of downloaded gaming app is boggling. But thats not the story to pay attention to, says EAs Aaron Loeb. Think about the scale of data thrown off by mobile gaming. We can look at the data gamers generate to sift it for universal insights that can help your brand improve mobile engagement and commerce. When were not gaming, it seems were all on Netflix or watching some other form of video, and its awfully likely a mobile device will be involved. 20% of Netflix content is streamed to mobile, and 2 out of 3 tablet owners use some sort of a mobile device to watch TV. If youre not omni-device, youre in trouble.#OgilvyMWC
  6. 6. 2014Mobileworld5CongressWhat to wear? My wearable can do this! My wearable can do that! Thinner, lighter, sexier. Stronger, faster, better! Is wearable culture going to be like 5th grade forever? Hopefully not, especially as we better understand why were wearing wearable technology. Wearables fix. They provide us with an exoskeleton of utility, safety and measure which gives us super powers we didnt have before. Wearables connect. Were able to communicate with people through them and establish meaning to time and location. And wearables vogue. They provide us with a layer of comfort, exude fashion, can establish symbolism, and assimilate into culture. Wearables arent a particularly new idea: eyewear in the 13th century; armor in medieval times; and watches in the 16th. Each one of those developments changed the world inexorably. What will wearables change?#OgilvyMWC