Neomobile is in the epicentre of UK financial market together with some of the most prestigious young companies. Earlier this morning the Future Fifty cohort rang the opening bell of the London Stock Exchange alongside Joanna Shields, TechCity CEO and Xavier Rolet, Chief Executive of the London Stock Exchange.
This was a perfect way to end a year of hard work and dedication to the m-commerce industry. It also marks a new beginning for us as a company in 2014.
The ability to innovate is the key factor for a long-term success in a business strategy. But being able to establish an innovative network of different industry niches that function in a perfect synergy, and be their key connector – that is a state of the art. Here at Neomobile it’s our daily job. And there is no greater satisfaction when these efforts get recognized in the heart of the “new Silicon Valley” – London’s emerging tech cluster.
When last week Tech City UK revealed the first group of companies to join the Future Fifty, a quick glance to the list made it clear: the future lies in technology. Investing in the right moment can dramatically enhance the company’s performance, catalyse growth and create jobs, which is the main goal of the Future Fifty programme: provide the support from both public and private sectors to help the companies – and consequently, the economy itself.
Neomobile, an active MEF member since 2007, congratulates DMG Media, mBlox, Pearson and TIMWE for the newly elected members of Global Board for the 2013/2015 term:
- Neil Johnson – Managing Director, DMG Media
- Andrew Bud – Founder and Director, mBlox
- Tom Hall – VP Education Technology Partnerships, Pearson
- Ricardo Carvalho – Co-Founder and Managing Partner, TIMWE
The new members will contribute to the MEF direction, helping the organisation champion consumer trust and advance monetization for the growth of its members and the wider mobile industry.
If you’re in the gaming sector or someone who loves to play games then, Gamescom is definitely the place to be once a year in Cologne – it’s the biggest trade fair for interactive games and entertainment in Europe. This year’s event took place at the Koelnmesse from 21 – 25 August. The Onebip team werew so excited to be part of such an important event in the gaming industry’s calendar. We had the chance to meet up with new and existing partners at our very own stand.
As some of you may know the Onebip team, which included myself, were exhibiting at this year’s Chinajoy 2013 in Shanghai from 25 – 27 July. Chinajoy is the biggest and most influential gaming event in Asia. And this year, the numbers didn’t disappoint with more than 3,000 games from over 500 companies present under one roof! All I can say is that it was just MASSIVE!