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Now in its fifth annual edition, the 2017 Yearbook is packed with cutting edge insights and case studies of the new wave of tech impacts in mobile marketing. With over 20 chapters by leading players in Asia’s mobile and media ecosystems, this Yearbook is free for download. It also has profiles of the MMA leadership and membership, winners of the prestigious SMARTIES awards in five groups, and comprehensive data sets. From AI and VR to streaming and blockchain, this Yearbook will point you towards best practices and leadership imperatives.
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In a first-of-its-kind effort to launch an industry initiative, the MMA featured a subject matter expert to enlighten and inspire MMA members who have joined this new program. Walmart’s Senior Director Shopper Marketing, Matthew Parry, offered industry data and his insights on great marketing and great customer experiences, both of which are the primary goals of great brands and great retailers.
The webinar, entitled “Mobile Shopper Marketing and the Impact on the Path to Purchase” covered the following:
Customers use their phones to manage almost everything in their lives — and that includes the way they shop. They expect brands to engage with them personally through their mobile devices — and these interactions drive their decisions in store. Retailers and brands that are slow to meet these customer needs might find themselves on the wrong side of the path to purchase.
Download the paper to understand the five questions brands need to successfully address to drive engagement of the mobile shopper.
Marketers in India appreciate the importance of mobile but a significant number of respondents lamented the lack of reliable performance metrics as as per the joint research conducted by Warc and the Mobile Marketing Association. A qualitative analysis of comments from those surveyed suggested that a lack of marketer education was also a hindrance, with concerns ranging from a lack of technical understanding to a dearth of proven methods for delivering effective campaigns.
The State of Mobile Marketing in Asia Pacific report published by Econsultancy and the Mobile Marketing Association Asia Pacific (MMA) takes a close look at how APAC organisations and agencies are responding to the ever-expanding reach and importance of mobile.
The research, which is accompanied by country-specific presentations for Australia, China, India and Singapore, looks at the extent to which companies are committed to mobile, the channels and technologies they are using, and the challenges they face in improving their capabilities in this area.