MONETIZING SPORTS AUDIENCES THROUGH MOBILE TECHNOLOGY
We are a sportech company specializing in developing and distributing mobile experiences for sports fans.
We leverage fans’ emotional connection with their passion because we understand the potential of these communities. Mobile sports fans are more than just spectators: they are loyal, emotional and highly interactive.
Our entertainment services built around the sports experience are an excellent opportunity for clubs, leagues and organizations to create new connections, increase fan communities and monetize this fantastic audience through mobile billing.
We believe fandom owns the power in the sports industry.
We imagine and develop memorable digital experiences for those sports fans.
We create and distribute the best sports entertainment and information services for mobile consumption.
We are experts in creating communities of subscribers who pay each month to enjoy mobile experiences related to sports.
Subscription-based businesses allow organizations to maintain a regular revenue stream. This model is perfect for the sports industry because the connection with the brand (club, athlete, competition) exists before accepting any paying subscription. Payment is a natural evolution of that user-business connection that generates deeper relationships with the fan community.
We have successfully developed services for different sports brands interested in monetizing their communities by turning them into profitable sources of recurring income.
Elia MÃ©ndez, MMA Spain: “Companies will have to use more agile strategies in order to transform themselves”
Today in our blog we have the pleasure to interview Elia MÃ©ndez, General Director MMA Spain (Mobile Marketing Association). She talks about the development of the digital industry and the challenges companies will face in the coming years.Â
The European IoT market will exceed $ 26B this year boosting subscription-based business models
In Telecoming we have analyzed the role of connected objects in the new subscription economy. In 2020 there will be more than 10B connected objects in Europe, according to Juniper Research. This figure will grow by 25% each year until 2023. The European IoT hardware and software market will exceed $ 26B in 2020, representing 25% of the global market estimated at more than $ 105B for this year. With an average year-on-year growth of 18%, the European market will reach 41B in 2023.
The IAB lists Telecoming as a company committed to transparency
We are happy to announce that the IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau) has included Telecoming in theÂ listÂ of European companies committed to transparency. The commercial advertising organization has made public in aÂ press release, the list of companies meeting its requirements in the field of GDPR and within the programmatic purchasing environment at the European level.
Dario Betti, MEF: “Digital inclusion will become more central.”
Today we interviewed Dario Betti CEO of the MEF – mobile ecosystem forum-, one of the leading European organizations in the mobile sector.
We are (more) willing to pay for news
Focusing on the subscription model, in which the user decides to pay for media information, the WEF report brings us good news: the population paying for content is increasing.
Infoempresa integrates DCB
We are proud to announce that Infoempresa, our economic-financial information service, has become the first European service to introduce mobile payment via Direct Carrier Billing.
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