Business Model Innovation
for the Digital Economy

Telco 2.0™ Directions Report: All new Market Study - A new role for Telcos in the Digital Economy

Publication: November 2008

Report Context

The incredibly rapid success of the internet in all its forms has created enormous opportunities and challenges for Telecoms and many other industries (as outlined here).

The resulting issues were initially addressed in depth in the Telco 2.0™ Market Study in 2006 (updated in 2007), and while much of our underlying analysis remains the same the pace of change has accelerated – and the world has moved on. We've therefore now re-addressed the questions given the learning of the last two years in this new report, which can be provided either as a solus piece or in combination with the original report to give a comprehensive overview.

Key Questions Answered

The overarching questions addressed in this research report are:

The new Telco 2.0™ Directions Research provides strategists and decision makers in Telcos, related industries and industry bodies the latest in-depth perspectives and analysis of the market at a macro level from Telco 2.0™. It also serves as an in-depth introduction to the key principles and premises of the Telco 2.0™ world.

Research Format

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Publication Date: November 2008

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