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Infocom Presentation

January 16th, 2009 · 12 Comments

Here is the presentation I made at Infocom in Kolkata on Thursday on “Breakthrough Innovations in Mobile.”

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  • 1 Vaebhav Bhatter // Jan 16, 2009 at 10:08 am

    Dear Mr. Jain,

    Thank you for probably show casing the future of mobility and the diversified utilities it is capable of sufficing.

    Kar lo duniya mutthi mein!!!!!!

    It was an honour to intercat with you yesterday, hope i shall be able to do the same often in the future.

    wish you and your team all the best in all your endeavours.


  • 2 Kate // Jan 16, 2009 at 6:42 pm

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  • 3 Neil Jain // Jan 16, 2009 at 8:38 pm

    Dear Mr.Jain,

    I really enjoyed your 3 key breakthrough innovations that will happen in the next five years.

    For point three: mobiles being the driver for advertising and marketing; has this already happened with companies such as Incent: http://www.incent.com.sg/ ?

    Could mobile’s being used as a payment platform be considered a break through as well?



  • 4 Satya // Jan 17, 2009 at 1:39 pm

    Nice presentation. Very carefully thought out and presented.

    I think there can some enhancements:

    1. Mobile is now ubiquitous. People want services at a better and cheaper rate. I guess people day to day things can also put on mobile – milk, vegetable rates, other edibles. It is not always about dresses, movies and ringtones which I see mostly even if I am in a “metro”!

    And I am sure in a country like India where low cost rules, this will also rule. I constantly look for options – who are the people who can provide me better service at a cheaper rate as know they exist.

    Perhaps here comes the “bridge” between the blue markt and red market! Eliminate the
    middle man. (And the blue market can afford actually if they understand the value)

    2. I guess a better business model can be worked out in India. Like Google make search free, but the when the search link is hit, it will be paid by the advertiser.

    If SMS is made free (still it is close to voice service), the grwoth will be exponential. People want to talk when they most need, not always. Here, a new business strategy is needed to see explosive growth in SMS/MMS etc.

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