Mobimedia services available in Bangladesh
Mobimedia, a Southeast Asian regional mobile and tech company announced today its services and solutions are now currently available to Bangladesh handset manufacturers, telcos and organizations seeking to maximize revenues and offerings.
The company will offer a variety of end-to-end solutions and can partner with companies to fulfill technology needs, which are increasingly becoming a necessity and a must-have for companies to compete in the emerging Bangladesh market.
"Our company believes that mobile innovation should not be limited only to the Silicon Valleys of the world," says Dr Cameron Jackson, Operations Manager – South East Asia.
"We've partnered with corporations that are large and small, international and local, to develop technology and provide content that engages, informs and innovates to connect with users through mobile platforms."
"We have seen this work effectively in many markets, whether it's accelerating revenue through SMS services, increasing engagement with competitions, games and streaming services or m-commerce platforms, our services can help companies increase their share of screen time in the present-day mobile market battle."
In addition, Mobimedia will be making a major announcement regarding the world's largest music label in the coming weeks, which hopes to bring some excitement to Bangladesh mobile content providers, complementing the existing global content agreements in place with Sony & Warner Music labels.
With five regional offices, and now expanding to Bangladesh, Mobimedia is ready to work with local and international carriers and organizations to deliver captivating content and campaigns to millions of mobile users.
The goal is to assist new partners offer value ads to their networks and expose mobile subscribers to cutting-edge products.
"Our launch in Bangladesh is taking place at a crucial time in the country's history," says Dr Jackson.
"With multiple telecommunications firms and the proliferation of affordable sim-cards and faster internet, we see the huge potential of this space."
"Mobile users in Bangladesh are eager to experience new engaging content and platforms. We plan on bringing our own products as well, but our focus is to support other organizations to leverage our expertise and partnerships to strengthen and boost its mobile services with an amazing assortment of content and tracking capabilities, real time reporting, monitoring and optimization tools, all of which our team can provide." Dr Jackson added.
Recently, Mobimedia created a new Digital Marketing division, to address the boom of social media in the region, especially in rapidly-developing markets like Bangladesh.
To date, the division has been an extremely successful and cost effective way to market content throughout the region, and has helped Mobimedia engage in well over 1,000,000 Facebook users across all products in multiple markets.
Mobimedia also revealed the upcoming Bangladesh launch of one of its flagship music streaming applications, mJams.
This will be one of several apps that Mobimedia will be launching in Bangladesh in the coming months.
Adrian Burton, The chief operating officer of mJams said, "the people of Bangladesh has a unique music taste. The cultural background of this subcontinent has provided them with a taste of all types of music, making them genuine music lovers. Music has its own language and that's the language we are trying to communicate through our app. Our focus is on Bangladeshi artists and bands. They have immense talent and creativity. Our aim is to promote them through mJams."