Mobile Innovation Economics to use mobile ecosystems to create a sustainable competitive advantage

June 2013

Mobile Innovation Economics to use mobile ecosystems to create a sustainable competitive advantage

June 2013

Mobile Innovation Economics is a strategy workshop focused on business models and asymmetric competition of mobile ecosystems.

Mobile ecosystems are transforming the ways people communicate, work and play. This transformation changes the basis of competition in almost every industry and vertical. The change puts previously successful companies at risk of being trapped in an uncompetitive business.

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VisionMobile’s “Mobile Innovation Economics” bridges the gap between the traditional approach to strategy and the new ways to create competitive advantage in the context of digital ecosystems and cross-industry competitive arenas. Aimed at managers working on innovation and competitive strategy, this workshop combines presentations by VisionMobile top strategists with interactive group sessions and brainstorming. Participants will develop a common understanding and shared language of mobile innovation that will help them in creating effective strategies for the age of ecosystems.

Workshop at a glance:

  • From mobile telephony to mobile computing
  • Winners and losers in mobile devices
  • The power of asymmetric business models
  • The economics of successful ecosystems
  • The competitive landscape of mobile platforms
  • Developer economics
  • API economics
  • Ecosystems vs. technologies
  • Dealing with uncertainty
  • Voice innovation


  • VisionMobile brought us perspectives on the mobile market and not so obvious economical motivations at play. They covered all playbooks from hardware, software, channel strategies, and our area of interest the API economy. [...] Throughout our engagements VisionMobile brings attention to detail, creativity, and above all else a willingness to customize deliverables to our specific needs. We plan to use them again.

    Todd Cramer Director Product Marketing
  • VisionMobile delivered a presentation on the economics of telco value chain disruption to the GSMA management team. The presentation was very well received and has informed our thinking at CxO level, we look forward to a continued relationship with VisionMobile.

    John Kelly HR Director
  • Tieto selected VisionMobile for a strategic advisory project. The VisionMobile team showed a thorough knowledge of the mobile industry and a high degree of professionalism. They were able to add value to our strategic thinking and objectively quantify some very subjective topics

    Vinay Kapoor Business Development Director, Mobile Devices
  • VisionMobile provided a great mobile trends workshop for our strategic group. The workshop gave us new insights into the trends and developments of the modern mobile world.

    Piotr Chmielewski Director Business Creation


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