AIME Power50 conference videos


Following the highly successful AIME Power50 conference last month we now have videos of all our speakers for those members who could not attend the conference. You can select the entire collection or just pick the talks you like to hear.

Please use the link to take you to the video page.  It costs £75 to view the entire collection or £15 per video.

We hope you will enjoy the opportunity to access these thought provoking presentations. 

1st October Power50 Conference – Cobham Surrey

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As the senior member of your organisation, you are invited to join cohorts from other interactive media organisations for a day of informative presentations intensive workshop discussions, deep market insights and forward planning into the development and future of the UK Interactive Entertainment and Media Industry business.

This conference is dedicated to providing the intelligence to your organisation about the likely effects of the competing environments on your business growth, how opportunities can be created from changes to consumer behaviour particularly around digital products,  opportunities from changes to European and UK regulations and how to manage and plan for these opportunities. The conference will then discuss and plan how to shape the future and plan the ideal industry roadmap to maximise on new opportunities.

Each of the sessions contains either presentations from professional industry experts in Legal, Business Development, Research, Emerging Payments, Digital Publishing and Advertising industries or are facilitated by professionals.

Speakers and their Presentations:

Dave Stephens from Vodafone                                                Sponsor and Keynote Speaker

Nick Lane from Mobile Squared                                              Driving the PRS Market Forward

Anuj Khanna from Peak State Consulting                             Statistical overview of the Digital Payments Market

Tony Craddock from Emerging Payments Association     The Future of Payments

Steve Ricketts from ATAO                                                         Emerging Technologies for Business

John Pinchbeck from Ticketing Consultancy                        Live Entertainment Impulse Purchasing

Nicholas Ralph from Dentons                                                   e-Commerce under PSD2

Roy Vella from Vella Ventures                                                 Digital Wave, Everything has Changed

With an additional digital ticketing speaker to be confirmed by the 25th September this is a line up of speakers you would expect to see at a large international conference at a fraction of the price.

To learn more about our confirmed speakers and what they will be addressing the audience on please read the speaker bios: Power50 Speaker bios

With the line up of speakers now finalised the information pack is below. It contains the agenda for the day as well as your booking form for you to reserve your place.

Bookings for this conference MUST close THIS weeks so don’t miss out! Simply complete the Reservation form below and send it back to to book your place.

AIME Power50 Agenda & speakers Info pack

Booking Reservation Form

Join these companies already signed up to attend:

BBC, Boungiorno, Cellcast TV, Empello, Fonix, Global Radio, IMImobile, ImpulsePay,  Mad4Mobile, mGage, Mobile Commerce Ltd, Monitoring Compliance Partners, Oxygen8, Safari Mobile, Studio66 TV, Square One, sb7,WMC Global, Vodafone, Zamano and 08000MumDad

This conference is sponsored by Vodafone vodafone_logo 1287x929 large

2015 AIME Board announced

AIME welcomes Ibs Ali of Open Market, Alan Partington of Telecom 2 and Alex Haffner of Dentons to the Board

The Association for Interactive Media and Entertainment –AIME is pleased to announce the addition of three new members, Alan Partington, Ibs Ali and Alex Haffner to its Board of Directors.

AIMEs Board directs and oversees the operation of the Association as well as playing an active role in managing working groups and providing feedback regarding the industry sectors that AIME represents. AIME attempts to ensure that the board represents every vertical market that comprises membership.

Alan Partington from Telecom2 ( is a welcome addition to the Board to ensure that AIMEs focus on fixed line services remains strong as the industry enters its most significant transitional period with the introduction of split charging for consumers for calls to non-geographic service number ranges such as 09, 08 and 118. Alan replaces BT stalwart Graham Pottie and was uncontested.

Ibs Ali from Open Market ( is the Head of Account Management with responsibility for the commercial and operational delivery of mobile messaging and mobile payments solutions across OpenMarket’s client base. The client base includes AIMEs membership in Charity and Broadcast. Ibs previous experience includes News International, MINICK and Net Mobile and is an active participant in AIMEs working groups.

Alex Haffner from Dentons  ( ) is a Senior Associate at Dentons and has been opted on to the AIME Board to bring in his experience in the Regulatory and Competition Law fields. Alex will also be beneficial for the AIME board for his ability to assist with broader Board level discussions around the evolution of financially regulated micropayment services such as eMoney and Payment Services. Alex brings with him broad experience in the areas that AIME operates and his expertise in competition law relates to AIMEs strength in putting competitors together to examine common issues or opportunities

Chairman Edward Boddington stated today “We have a superb board with represented expertise from across the membership covering Broadcast, Mobile, Fixed line, Service Provision and Digital services promotion. These new Board Members, help us to complete the picture, replacing other board members that we have sadly lost due to changing roles. I am very excited to be working with Alex, Ibs and Alan to strengthen AIME as a valuable and important trade association for the interactive media and entertainment industries.