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The impact across the value chain for advertisers and marketers

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Jonathan thinks quietly, writes actively, speaks publicly and advises privately. He is a globally renowned businessman and entrepreneur with two decades of experience assisting over 100 companies globally in the creation and execution of commercial and digital strategies. He currently advises Boards of Directors at P&G, Unilever, Nestle and IKEA in business, marketing and innovation strategy. Much of this is operated through his business innovation company ‘this fluid world’ (http://thisfluidworld.com/) which he founded alongside Liri Andersson, an extremely talented businesswoman who created a number of global initiatives for WPP and Cisco. During his career Jonathan has been responsible for creating the world-wide mobile strategy for Ogilvy, created Ministry of Sound’s digital strategy, launched a Sky TV channel, been an advisor to British Government and was the youngest ever Chairman of the British Music Industries Association. Jonathan is the author of cited books, whitepapers and articles on communication, innovation, disruption and business strategy. He has over 100,000 monthly readers of his blog and c.70,000 twitter followers. He is currently writing a book called ‘De-Noise’ which will examine the effect that the distraction of connected technology has upon how we make decisions in our business and personal life.
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2. the signposts growth areas maximising opportunities 3. the signposts growth areas maximising opportunities 4. 1/3 Use how the public can create, edit, publish & share 5. the socialisation of all industries 6. the democratisation of all value chains 7. key message: innovation before today was just the start... ...now there are billions of others involved 8. 2/3 Connection how devices enable people to work together for common goals 9. connected by weapons of mass communication 10. key message: people feel more empowered than ever... ...creating disintermediation, with or without authority 11. 3/3 Engagement how people interact with products and services 12. a) relevance: solutions that close gaps 13. b) ease of interaction: zero-friction 14. c) value of incentive: rewards in multiple ways 15. d) transparency 16. key message: engagement is human... ...meaning the biggest success factor is adding value to peoples lives 17. the signposts growth areas maximising opportunities 18. disruptiveincrementaltodaynear futurescience ction 19. Value Chain Disruption in 3D 20. skylar tibbits - 4D printing 21. if production is being dis-intermediated, where else can value be added using mobile? 22. the internet of things 23. smart pillboxes 24. computational clothing solar powered interactive electronic fabric 25. internet of living thingsthe internet of things 26. if currently unconnected objects become connected, what opportunities are there in the translation between each object using mobile? 27. digital medicine 28. moto x sensors 29. nano tattoos 30. if people are able to analyse their own well-being in real-time, how can mobile facilitate expertise? 31. augmented reality contact lenses 32. how can we progress from the mobile experience of campaigns to the mobile experience of life? 33. mosquito nanodrones 34. ying vaccinators 35. squirm microbots 36. what ways will nano-robotics eect how information is communicated and how can our mobile oerings act as a courier? 37. the most advanced mobile device in the world 38. emotions analytics 39. what systems do we have in place for a public who are able to monitor our levels of honesty in real-time? 40. the signposts growth areas maximising opportunities 41. 1/3 Pro-activity: willingness to experiment 42. 2/3 Collaboration: with an empowered public 43. 3/3 Ethical Innovation: solution-based thinking 44. [email protected] tinyurl.com/jmacmobile

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