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The Mobile Prospects

"The Mobile Prospects" is a research project of Institute of Technology & Innovation Management (TIM) at Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH). The project succeeds our "Research Project: Mobile Commerce", which was carried out by TIM in cooperation with Chair of International Management at University of Hamburg.

The focus of this project is to observe and analyze market developments in the field of Mobile Commerce, especially Mobile Financial Services ("Mobile Banking"). Highest attention is paid to ensure independence of the research so as to ensure quality of results. We also propose to offer advisory services to our industry partners.

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July 2008: The study results of various Mobile Commerce applications in Germany have been published by Shaker Verlag under the title "Perspektiven des Mobile Commerce in Deutschland: Grundlagen, Strategien, Kundenakzeptanz, Erfolgsfaktoren". The book has been edited by Stephan Buse and Rajnish Tiwari.
Jan. 2008: Mobile Banking advances to the position of a "standard application" in banking business [Study].
June 2007, The Hamburg University Press publishes the Mobile Banking Study in book form [more][download PDF]
23.06.2006, Germany-based Vodafone Foundation for Research honours the Mobile Banking Study with an award for its contribution to "market and customer orientation" [more - in German]
Events & Networking: event calendar of Hamburg@Work about Mobile Commerce/Business
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