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Deloitte TMT Predictions 2012 Infographic

What are the Deloitte TMT Predictions?

What started in 2001 with ten predictions about mobile telephony has evolved and grown into one of the Technology, Media & Telecommunication industry’s most anticipated research publications, covering all three industries individually. Launched in 46 countries, translated into almost 10 languages, downloaded and viewed by tens of thousands of people around the world, the Predictions have a significant medium and long term impact for organisations in the industry.

Forecasting on topics like Social Gaming, Tablets, Mobile, Online Ads and 3D printing, the 2012 TMT Predictions highlight immediate trends, future possibilities and industry changes within these fast paced and ever-changing environments.

Download the Predictions here

Deloitte also presents its first ever South African hosted 2012 TMT Predictions seminar with global research director of Technology, Media & Telecommunications, Paul Lee. Over and above producing the Deloitte Global Mobile Consumer Survey, Paul has written five books, including Convergence Conversations and Digital Dilemmas. A TMT Predictions eventis to be held on Tuesday 31 January 2012 at The Michelangelo Hotel in Sandton, and will provide practical insight into the very real challenges facing the industry. The discussion will no doubt include discussions on the broad and often complex area of TMT and key issues all businesses should be aware of. This will be followed by an interactive dialogue with a panel of experts , clarifying important business considerations that the Deloitte TMT Predictions raise. Follow the conversation on Tuesday on Twitter. The official hashtag is #TMTPredictions or follow @DeloitteSA.

Deloitte 2012 TMT Infographic

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