Samantha Johnson – PwC, Sydney
Matthew Benwell – PwC, Melbourne
John Yeoman – PwC, Melbourne
Mobile commerce (m-commerce) is the one or two-way exchange of value facilitated by a mobile device, such as a smart phone or tablet, via wireless or fixed communication networks. It includes the purchase and transfer of money to pay for digital content and physical goods, such as tickets or vouchers, and services including remittances or bills.
M-commerce is the natural evolution of e-commerce using features unique to mobile devices – that is, accessibility, convenience, localisation and personalisation.
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Methodology Australian Content – What’s the value?
Perspectives from industry leaders – Interview with Glen Boreham, Chair of the Convergence Review
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Australia at a glance: 5 year historical advertising revenues 5 year forecast advertising revenues 5 year historical consumer revenues 5 year forecast consumer revenues
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Cross media ownership matrix
Australian content: Perspectives from industry leaders – 7 featured interviews
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Books, Magazines, Filmed entertainment, Free-to-air TV, Interactive games, Internet, Music, Newspapers, Out-of-home, Radio, Subscription TV
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