Throughout February we were accepting nominations from members to join the aimm Board.
We had 6 positions available and received 4 nominations from candidates so there is no need to go to a vote. This means we are able to announce our new Board members to you now.
- Naomi Hone – EE
- Ana-Rosa Broster – Telefonica
We are also pleased that two members of the existing Board decided to re-stand and will continue to serve on the Board:
- Rob Weisz – Fonix
- Alan Partington – Telecom2
You can learn more about our new Board members from the Candidate Information sheet.
Please join us in congratulating them, and we look forward to working with them, when they officially start their new roles on the 1st April. They will now hold their seats on the Board for the next two years.
The Global Carrier Billing Summit begins tomorrow and aimm will feature prominently through the afternoon (6th October).
Joanna Cox our General Manager will be conducting an interview with Ana-Rosa Broster from Telefonica discussing ‘Building and balancing consumer confidence with the ease of doing business‘, she then takes part in a lively panel discussion with our Vice Chair Rob Weisz from Fonix, Joel Stern from Global and Peter Garside from EE, discussing how industry can lower the barrier for entry for new merchants.
Then don’t forget to tune in for the Carrier Billing Awards at the end of the afternoon where the winners from across the awards categories will be announced.
aimm members can claim their 10% discount off their passes by using our Media Partnership discount code: AIMM10
Joanna Cox – General Manager of aimm
After the Fonix breakfast event this month on OTT payments and Carrier Billing, Telemedia caught up with the speakers after the event to get their thoughts. Speakers included General Manager of aimm Joanna Cox, as well as EE and Grabyo.
You can see the full interview from Telemedia Online here: https://www.telemediaonline.co.uk/carrier-billing-the-way-to-pay-for-ott/
Joanna Cox, General Manager at aimm, opened the event by explaining how TV habits have changed: the days of having only three channels seem a lifetime away now that we’re so spoilt for choice. She talked about how the payment methods offered for content consumption need to be as frictionless as possible — more purchases are being made than ever before.
Joanna was joined by EE, BT Sport and Twitter amongst others to talk about the ‘ Payment Mix for OTT Audiences’.
You can read the full Top 10 List from Fonix’s Blog.