UK focused new business development role to position Dynamic Mobile Billings’s billing products and services.
Portfolio includes Direct Carrier Billing (PayForIt), SMS & Voice Short Codes, Credit Card, Voice & IVR.
Applicants will ideally have a working knowledge and contacts within identified key sectors for growth. These sectors include – Charities, Broadcast and Media, Society Lotteries, Ticketing, Parking, Hospitality, Gaming and e-commerce.
UK – Flexible (home based). Travel to company offices (Birmingham HQ), client, partner or event locations being expected in order to support your role success.
Dynamic Mobile Billing (DMB) is an established, technology focused payment solutions business with global offices and operations.
Find more details about the role and how to apply HERE. Closing date: 15th March
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We can’t believe it but the B2B Marketing Expo will be opening its doors at the London ExCeL next month! That’s right, Europe’s greatest marketing event is very nearly here, and there is no better time to start planning those unmissable seminars into your schedule!
The show will have an unbelievable array of seminars on offer, all brought to you by some of the biggest names in the marketing industry! Not only do these sessions allow you to gain a truly unique insight into what is taking over the marketing sector, but they also present an unmissable opportunity to immerse yourself within the industry and get a headstart on the innovations that are just around the corner!
Your free ticket to the B2B Marketing Expo will also give you unprecedented access to the Marketing Technology Expo, Sales Innovation Expo and Call & Contact Centre Expo; with a combined lineup of 1,000 cutting-edge exhibitors, 500 educational speakers and 200 interactive masterclasses, this is going to be a show like no other.
So what more could you need to succeed? Head over to the website or grab your FREE ticket now, this is THE event to be part of this year.
The B2B Marketing Expo will return to London’s ExCeL on the 27th & 28th March, 2019, to again provide the latest tools, techniques and revolutionary insights into all things marketing!
All under one roof, some of the industry’s biggest brands such as Google, Linkedin, SAP and Fujitsu will take you into the future of marketing, with hundreds of seminars providing you with unmissable insights into key topics such as content strategy, best b2b practices, global branding, martech, ABM, mobile and more.
These unparallelled keynote speakers include:
Danny Denhard – Marketing Director of Justgiving, the world’s most trusted giving platform.
Jack Dyson – Global Head of Content Strategy at SAP.
Find out more about the 2019 key note speakers and get your tickets
Your free ticket for B2B Marketing Expo will also give you unprecedented access to the Marketing Technology Expo, Sales Innovation Expo and Call & Contact Centre Expo; with a combined lineup of 1,000 cutting-edge exhibitors, 500 educational speakers and 200 interactive masterclasses, this is going to be a show like no other.
Ofcom has today set the annual licence fees that mobile operators will pay for 900 and 1800 MHZ spectrum, from 31 January 2019.
The operators use these spectrum bands to provide mobile voice and data services, using a mix of 2G, 3G and 4G technologies.
In June, Ofcom published a consultation on the proposed licence fees that should apply for these spectrum bands. Following consideration of the responses, they have concluded that the appropriate ALFs for these bands (expressed in April 2018 prices) are:
- 1.093m per MHz of 900 MHz spectrum; and
- £0.805m per MHz of 1800 MHz spectrum
Ofcom are also consulting on the level of annual licence fees that should apply for the 40 MHz of spectrum in the 3.4 GHz band, and 80 MHz in the 3.6 GHz band, that are licensed to UK Broadband, which is owned by Hutchison 3G UK Limited.
Ofcom have proposed that the fees for both 3.4 GHz and 3.6 GHz spectrum would be £0.358m per MHz. The consultation runs until 11 February 2019.
Fonix has announced today that it has been listed in the FT Future 100, a compilation of British companies making an impact either on society or their industry.
This is the first year that the FT Future 100 has run and to make it on to the list, companies had to excel in one of four categories: boosting diversity, consistent growth, disruption and those seeking to make a positive impact via their environmental, social and governance policies (ESG policies).
Fonix received recognition for its dedication to disruption. In this category, judges took into account measures such as research and development spending as a proportion of revenue, as well as the company’s own pitch as a disrupter. Fonix also received recognition for its consistent revenue growth, which is based upon its two consecutive listings in the FT 1000.
CEO of Fonix, Rob Weisz commented “We’re absolutely thrilled to have been listed in the FT Future 100, as we know what a prestigious listing this is. Fonix is at the heart of driving the mobile payments space in the UK – to be recognised for our disruptive technology really rubber stamps this!
“The team have worked incredibly hard to get us to where we are today and being listed in the FT Future 100 is testament to this effort. They are all so dedicated to the Fonix journey and their passion for disruptive tech is what drives us forward. This is such an exciting time for Fonix and we can’t wait to see what happens next!”
You can view the full FT Future 100 UK list here.