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Members of the CCgroup team have been representing Mobile & Telecoms clients since 1984 – we know mobile like no other PR agency. We work with a broad range of companies, from network infrastructure providers and app developers to operators and consultants, and we’re a little ashamed to say that we’ve been to every iteration of what is now Mobile World Congress.
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Whether it’s generating sales leads, increasing profile or building capital value for exit, , CCgroup has the knowledge, expertise and industry relationships to make your Mobile and Telecoms PR campaign a success.
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With Mobile World Congress 2019 fast approaching. Our Head of Telecoms, Paul Nolan takes a look at what we might expect from the show this year.
Several governments and telecom operators made the decision to leave the Chinese vendor Huawei in 2018 and the situation has since escalated. It’s difficult to know what will happen next, but could it provide a new lease of life for these legacy vendors such as Nokia and Ericsson?
The fourth in a five-part blog series from our head of telecoms remembering 14 years of Mobile World Congress ahead of his 15th show in February 2019.
The third in a five-part blog series from our head of telecoms remembering 14 years of Mobile World Congress ahead of his 15th show in February 2019.
The second in a five-part blog series from our head of telecoms remembering 14 years of Mobile World Congress ahead of his 15th show in February 2019.
Huawei has grown quickly in the past few years.. Have they achieved this through investments in PR and marketing and will political scandal and concerns around around national security threaten to put the brakes on their growth?
Operators possess a wealth of data on who their customers and yet fail to provide them with a personalised experience, leading to subscriber disengagement. Operators need to find a way to improve customer experience by ensuring a seamless customer journey that reflects the needs of the individual.
In the wait for the Autumn budget, what effect would increased cuts have on the UK not just from an economic, social and political view but also from a technology perspective? Investments in technology will enhance the UK’s position as a world leader in the global rush to be first to roll out 5G.
Mobile World Congress Americas took place last week, the second time the CTIA and GSMA have collaborated to breathe new life into the North and Latin American trade show circuit.
Increasingly, the broadcast and telecoms worlds are colliding and converging. But the fact that both MWCA and IBC are taking place in distinct, separate locations, at the same time, without any overlap, also sums up exactly where we are in that path to convergence. Or rather, where we’re not.
Will IoT be the cash cow out of the gate to deliver the RoI on 5G? Thanks to Josh Hewer for his interesting guest post analysing the monetization of 5G.
The era of surveillance capitalism we now find ourselves in represents a real challenge. As operators try and reinvent themselves, the need for transparency and trust with consumers data only becomes more important.
A round-up of TMForum's 2018 Digital Transformation Show and the key topics covered.
According to Ofcom, in 2017 full fibre broadband was available to just three percent of the UK. Taking altnet, CityFibre, private should make it easier to deliver on its vision of providing full fibre infrastructure to 20 percent of the UK market .
Over the last five years operators have become increasingly invisible. But with privacy and data laws tightening, it seems the operators are gradually fighting back.