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Digi-Capital Mobile Internet Investment Review Q2 2014 Executive Summary

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Executive Summary of full Review of global mobile internet market, including economics, industry dynamics, trends, 2011 to Q2 2014 M&A and investment transactions, public company and M&A comparable valuations, and operational metrics analysis across sectors. The full Review can be downloaded at www.digi-capital.com/reports
  • Mobile Internet Investment Review Q2 2014 Executive Summary Contact: [email protected] Digi-Capital 2014www.digi-capital.com Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority
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  • Executive summary Public company and M&A comparables Operational metrics analysis Mobile internet sector reviews (revenue forecasts, public company comparable valuation multiples, public company indices, M&A transactions, M&A valuation multiples, investment transactions - Q1 2011 to Q2 2014, operational metrics analysis)* Advertising/marketing App store/distribution Books Business Education Enterprise mobility/B2B Entertainment Finance Food & drink Games Health & fitness Lifestyle mCommerce Medical About Digi-Capital 3 Messaging Music Navigation News Photo & video Productivity Social networking Sports Mobile Tech Travel/transport Utilities Wearables Weather 19 41 47 49 94 102 107 114 122 151 171 183 195 239 247 257 292 496 300 319 333 340 345 364 372 392 399 443 460 488 493 * Where available - see detailed table of contents for individual sector contents Note: investments 3x to $700B* by 2017 Mobile internet revenue to grow >3x to $700B* by 2017F driven by mCommerce, IAPx and App as a Service mCommerce growth to >$500B sales by 2017F driven by Asia, America and Europe (almost half in Asia) Consumer apps to >$70B by 2017F with non-games apps to double revenue share from 26% to 51% Mobile internet investment record >$14B in last 12 months Mobile internet M&A record >$47B in the last 12 months (>$28B excluding Facebook/WhatsApp) Opportunities across mobile internet Investment Quadrant with >20 billion dollar companies already Mobile internet public and private company relative valuations vary significantly across sectors Deep metrics understanding enables data driven approach to mobile internet investment and growth * Note: Approximate mobile value added ecosystem revenue forecast 2017F X IAP = in-app- purchase
  • -30% -20% -10% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% -40% -20% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% Consumer media consumption marketshare/growth (Size of bubble = marketshare 2013) Sources Digi-Capital, eMarketer, Business Intelligence, US data, other smaller media not shown Dramatic mobile usage growth is disrupting incumbents Mobile 20% Print 4% Long term CAGR (09-13) Short term growth (12-13) Radio 12% TV 38%Online 20% 6 Digi-Capital 2014 Online Pain Mobile cannibalizing Online faster than TV Mobile Gain Mobile has grown total media usage by 13.6%
  • $516B $74B $53B $42B $11B $133B $21B $26B $12B $3B Mobile internet revenue to grow >3x to $700Bx by 2017 7 Sources: Digi-Capital, PWC, AppAnnie, Companies, Gartner, Strategy Analytics, Zenith Optimedia, Business Insider, Goldman Sachs * Note: In-app advertising revenue included in consumer apps revenue Note: Excludes smartphone/tablet sales and mobile subscription revenue x Note: Approximate revenue for mobile value added ecosystem Digi-Capital 2014 mCommerce dominates with mCommerce, in-app purchase, App as a Service, advertising models driving revenue growth 2013 2017 mCommerce Consumer apps Enterprise mobility Mobile web adspend Wearables
  • mCommerce to >$500B sales driven by Asia, America and Europe 8 mCommerce regional sales ($B) Sources: Digi-Capital, Goldman Sachs, eMarketer, Companies - 100 200 300 400 500 600 2013 2014F 2015F 2016F 2017F Asia North America Western Europe Eastern Europe Latin America ME/Africa The Asian mCommerce century Asia to account for almost half of global mCommerce by 2017F Digi-Capital 2014 mCommerce sector forecasts by smartphone and tablet in full Review
  • 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 2011 2012 2013 2014F 2015F 2016F 2017F Games Social Networking Books Music Medical Productivity Education Entertainment News Photo & Video Navigation Travel Lifestyle Utilities Business Sports Health & Fitness Finance Weather Other 9 Consumer apps to >$70B revenue driven by explosion of diversity Sources: Digi-Capital, PWC, AppAnnie, Companies, Gartner Note: does not include mobile web advertising (see separate mobile advertising revenue forecasts in advertising/marketing chapter), mCommerce direct sales, enterprise/B2B revenue, or mobile tech revenue 51% 74% 49% Global Mobile Apps Sector Revenue($B) 26% Digi-Capital 2014 Game changer Non-games categories to match games revenue by 2017 Individual sector forecasts in full Review
  • Travel/ Transport 3.4 Utilities 1.5 mCommerce 1.4 Games 1.0 Tech 0.9 Social Networking 0.8 Enterprise/ B2B 0.8 Advertising/ marketing 0.7 Messaging 0.7 Photo & Video 0.6 Music 0.4 Food & Drink 0.4 Finance 0.3 Lifestyle 0.2 Entertainment 0.2 App store/ distribution 0.2 Health & Fitness 0.2 Medical 0.2 Other 0.7 10 Mobile internet investment record >$14B in last 12 months Note: See transactions by category in full Review Note: Transaction value includes only disclos
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