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.
Photo by Patrick Fore on Unsplash
It is already that time again, and it seems to have come round so quickly. It is nearly time for the aimm Board Elections.
Every year in February and March aimm provides the opportunities for members to join the aimm Board.
This year Board nominations open on the 3rd February, and Gold members can put their nominations forward. To find out more about the process, how to add your nominations, and to learn more about our current Board why not visit: https://aimm.co/about/who-we-are/boardexec-team/
During February we welcome nominations/candidates for the upcoming vacancies on the AIME Board. Each Board member serves a term of two years each before coming up for election. If you wish to apply we ask that they are accompanied by a Bio, Manifesto and a photograph sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to submit your candidacy please ensure that you take the time to read the document about Board Responsibilities.
On 28th February, we will close nominations and ask Members to vote over the next two weeks. Election results will be announced on 17th March.
Members will be asked in March to vote for their favourites of all the nominees. Sponsor members get three votes, Executive Members get two votes and Associate Members get one vote.
9th June, America Square Conference Centre, London
Join mobile operators and payment service providers as they outline how direct operator billing can work as a viable micropayment mechanism for interactive services, digital content, ticketing and physical goods across a wide range of
The event brings together mobile networks and a wide variety of payment service providers to outline how direct operator (mobile) billing can work as a viable micropayment mechanism for interactive services, digital content, ticketing and physical goods across a wide range of vertical sectors including retail.
Representatives will learn how Payforit, PSMS, drop charge, PRS and other “charge to mobile” solutions can offer their customers convenient, secure and immediate payment tools – wherever and whenever they want them.
- BBC • ITV • Virgin Trains • EE • Three • O2 • DIMOCO • ImpulsePay• Oxygen8 • OpenMarket •IMImobile • mGage • Fonix • AIME • PhonepayPlus • Ofcom • FSA
MPAYMENTS EVENT INFORMATION: mPayments poster and: MPS’15 – Overview (Delegate)
AIME will be speaking throughout the day on important issues such as the 13th Code and Special Conditions.
The mPayments Summit will be followed by the AIME Industry Awards Evening.
VOTING FOR THE AWARDS HAS NOW CLOSED
The AIME Industry Awards categories are:
Most Innovative Mobile Payment Service
Most Innovative Mobile Network Opportunity
Most Innovative use of Technology
Most Progressive Customer Service Strategy (implemented change)
Outstanding Contribution to Industry
We would like to thank our award Sponsors for their support of this event, and helping ensure that the Industry is recognised for the work it does.
Our Award Sponsors are: