1st October – Power50 The Future of Industry Conference – Surrey

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This one day conference will be a chance for Senior Managers to discuss important issues that are shaping the Industry.

The premium rate industry has shown decline over the past few years with consumers opting for free or other payment methods to enjoy their digital content and services, while the EU, while opening up the opportunity for tickets has clamped down heavily on transaction values and maximum monthly amounts. Apple is making big inroads into mobile payments in the US through a very aggressive land grab.

So how do you, as a senior manager in your organisation shape your future strategy to grow your business? And if the environment is affecting your business, can you shape the environment instead?

This one day Senior Manager conference, based in Cobham, Surrey will give you a chance to discuss the important issues and opportunities that are shaping your business, develop an industry roadmap for development and brainstorm strategies that will help you define your business going forward.

The day will be followed by an evening meal and an opportunity to relax and network with other conference delegates. For delegates who wish to stay overnight, accommodation is available at the venue and is a stones throw away from the Silvermere Golf Course which is an ideal location for client networking the next day.

Topics to be covered:

  • Market and Industry Future Development
  • Where the Payments Services Directive will lead Industry
  • The opportunity for eMoney on mobile
  • Higher rate Voice Services
  • Principle based payment schemes
  • Micropayment Competition
  • The decline of advertising on mobile
  • Interaction inside Social Media
  • Emerging Trends
  • Workshop: Industry Development Roadmap


Download the Conference Info & Pricing pack here: AIME Info Pack – Overview and Pricing


Download the Conference Agenda and reservation form here: Power50 Agenda & booking form

If you want to join us on this day please email: power50@aimm.co







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Oxygen8 Group ranked in The Sunday Times International Track 200 list


Oxygen8 Group, global provider of integrated mobile solutions, has successfully secured a place in the fifth annual Sunday Times International Track 200 list for 2014.


The ranking recognises Oxygen8’s achievement in continuing to grow international sales by an average of 22% over the last two years, placing them in the top 21 companies in the Midlands who have made a significant contribution to the regional economy.


Oxygen8, which has twelve divisions globally, holds its largest overseas market in South Africa and has seen a dramatic increase in international growth since its inception in 2000, due to substantial investment into R&D and product development to ensure constant research into new areas to generate revenue.


Shane Leahy, Oxygen8 CEO, commented: “We are very proud to be recognised for our international achievements and our global team. Outside of the UK, we have local divisions in 11 different countries with operational teams in place within each of these to ensure the business is managed effectively on a local level. We will continue to focus on territories where mobile phone penetration is high and local infrastructure and government policies exist to ensure sustainable activity for our international customers”.

Shane Leahy, CEO, Group

The International Track 200 league table ranks the fastest growing mid-market companies in Britain by reference to their international sales and is considered a significant accolade within the export sector.