Of late, the mobile sector has been a pointer to the technological and social revolution happening in India. In addition to creating millions of jobs and contributing to India’s economic growth, the mobile sector has been helping bridge the social and economic divide across the country by supporting digital revolution and providing internet access to the common people. Covering the rural and urban geographies alike, mobile players are opening up new revenue streams through online and e-commerce businesses while helping in the transformation of traditional industries such as agriculture and transportation.
However, on the flipside, there are significant challenges that need to be addressed before mobile medium can be extensively leveraged. These include patchy broadband connectivity and sluggish adoption of mobile enterprise solutions by businesses.
Taking into account these trends and to ascertain the way India connects, innovates and grows on the back of the mobile revolution the country has been witnessing, News Corp VCCircle will be presenting the 5th edition of Techcircle Mobile Forum in New Delhi on June 30, 2015.
The key themes to be covered at the forum include:
- Role of mobile in driving economic empowerment: Impact on rural economy, m-governance, and bridging the gap
- No to Free Basics: What next?
- Case studies: States routing socio-economic reforms through mobile
- Women and mobile
- Mobile’s contribution in transforming the way India researches
- Monetising mobile: What clicks?
- Digital technologies for enterprise mobility
Also watch out for ‘app demos’ which is a forum for developers to display their apps on sectors like health-tech, Big Data, location-based services, education, finance, rural services and entertainment.
For participating in the event that will cover the disruptive transformation taking place within the mobile space, register now or write to Kanika at email@example.com.
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