Posts Tagged ‘virtual goods’

Conference: Droidcon, London

On 28 and 29 October 2010, Droidcon London will open its doors again, exploring in multiple tracks the Android ecosystem. Business, Developer, Design or SDK/API – there will be something for everyone involved or interested in the fastest growing mobile OS (and associated ecosystems) at the moment. For the main conference on Friday, the speaker […]

Conference: Virtual Goods Forum, London

Tomorrow, I will be heading to London to attend and speak at the Virtual Goods Forum. I will be delivering a completely shiny new and all around better iteration of my “Mobile + Social: Show Us the Money” talk. The conference is organised by the same fine folks who have made the Mobile Games Forum […]

The Economics of Apps / Slides

Last week, I had the great pleasure to attend Mobile 2.0 Europe in Barcelona. I thought it might be interesting to share the slides of my talk on the “Economics of Apps” there. So here you go… The Economics of Apps View more presentations from Volker Hirsch. For those of you who prefer it, I […]

Virtual Goods Boom in 2010!

I stumbled across an interesting piece of intelligence today, which looked at the development of virtual goods in the market place. According to this, median spend on virtual goods by users in North America has climbed a whopping 67% year-on-year to $50 p.a. Equally interestingly, males are the largest spenders and, broken down by ethnics, […]