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Research and Markets: Mobile Business Setups for Revival & Profitability 2014 & Beyond

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Mobile Business Setups for Revival & Profitability 2014 & Beyond" report to their offering.

An ultimate guide to mobile operator wizardry involved in building profitable businesses beyond 2014; portfolio planning ahead NGN up-grades, and trends of monetization; best practices in mobile-fixed partnerships, resource allocation & re-utilization; with referential case studies- straight from the horse's mouth.

Mobile Business Setups - for Revival & Profitability: The reasons which led us to choose this particular project springs from the telecoms happenings globally in the past couple of years. After a decade of extraordinary growth, when telecom players had been generating huge revenues and had great profit margins, the industry is today at a point where even many established players are struggling for their survival. And it's high time even for the players that are in safe position today to review and restructure their mobile business setups to remain profitable in the future.

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1: Executive Briefing

Chapter 2: Key Sustainability Issues, Regional Variability and Trends 2013-2018

Chapter 3: Preparation for Revival & Profitability with Best Operator Practices, and Forecasts

Chapter 4: Mobile Marketing in Retail - A Participatory Approach towards Consumer Engagement & Monetisation; 2013 & Beyond

Chapter 5: Next Generation Networks (NGNs)-Ideal Initiatives towards Network Development, and Road Mapping for 2013-2018

Chapter 6: Profitable Mobile Services & Business Models for 2013 and beyond

Chapter 7. Strategic Guidelines for Securing Future Profitability

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