Neomobile continues the global expansion and announces the new office launch in Cologne, Germany. The Company will focus on the vast German market, that is actually the largest mobile market in Europe with 115 million mobile subscriptions.
Neomobile’s offering will be aimed at local brands and media companies that are seeking for a way to distribute and monetize their digital products and services, through our expertise in mobile payment and marketing, and our global carriers network.
Click here to read the Spanish version of Neomobile’s new office in Cologne, German
Neomobile proudly announces the launch of the updated versions of its corporate website in Japanese and Chinese language, dedicated to the Asian markets. With a strong leadership in Europe and LatAm where the Company has exported its successful Italian business model since 2007, now looks at Asia to scout for Partners aiming to develop mobile monetization via carrier billing, in its core markets and in the new business initiatives in South East Asia. These markets are driving the global mobile growth: Asia today accounts for 42% of global mobile revenue – equivalent in size to North America and Europe combined.
Asia is a key market for our core business, in terms of partnerships and market presence. That’s why we felt that a more immediate communication channel is needed, to address our present and future partners, merchants, operators and users. This week our will also be at the biggest event for the casual games industry Casual Connect in Singapore, to promote our Onebip mobile payment service.
New websites are available at the following URL jp.neomobile.com and cn.neomobile.com.
For more information on Neomobile’s participation on Casual Connect please visit http://www.neomobile.com/onebip-neomobile-casual-connect-asia/
Singtel and Onebip by Neomobile have partnered to offer merchants the most advanced billing technology for mobile payments – Direct Carrier Billing in Singapore.
This partnership will allow Singtel subscribers in Singapore, to charge purchases from Onebip merchants directly to their mobile phone bills.
Benefits for Onebip Merchants:
- More advanced carrier billing technology
- Higher pricing flexibility
- Better commercial conditions
- Increased conversion rates
- New and increased revenue stream
- Support to enter or develop presence in Singaporean market with local promotions/marketing.
For more information read the full Press release or visit Onebip Blog.
BitMap, a network that covers the world of Information & Communication Technology, recently dedicated an insight on our company and our Human resources strategies.
In just 7 years Neomobile has grown from a Startup, with just 12 mobile enthusiasts, to a global Mobile commerce Group with 300 employees and 14 offices worldwide. This relentless growth was followed by a carefully designed human capital management, which is the main focus of BitMap’s article, including the interview with our HR Manager, Enrica Lipari, that we bring here, in its English version.
Neomobile CEO, Gianluca D’Agostino, was one of the key speakers during the round table at the Centre for Research & Mobile App Economy conference held recently at Politecnico di Milano.
The Impact of Mobile on the Italian Economy: towards the 2% of national GDP – See more at: http://www.neomobile-blog.com/#sthash.TR307tjf.dpuf
After the event the interest from media was really high. Here is the interviewed with Gianluca, made by the free press Metro (below the translation to English).
Here also the link to the Italian website http://www.metronews.it/master.php?pagina=notizia.php&id_notizia=20457
Italy that functions
Rome “If it were easy we would not be here!”. This is what Gianluca D’Agostino tells to his employees to ncourage them. CEO and Co-Founder of Neomobile, D’Agostino created a start-up that grew in 7 years from 12 to 300 employees, from the headquarters in Rome to 12 more offices worldwide, from 10 to 150 million euro revenue. Neomobile is one of those companies that still represents the Italian excellence, and 7 years ago the intuition was to exploit a market at its very beginning, ‘speaking different languages’.
“We are not only a digital company, we are the evolution of e-commerce on mobile: from advertising, to content distribution (apps, games ecc.), and payment. Neomobile was able to speak several languages with different players: from Google to Rovio’s Angry Birds, until the mobile operators”. And what will be the future? “Creating more work possibilities for young tech enthusiasts, through a continuous talent scouting”.