Our latest report demonstrates how mobile operators and start-ups can partner for impact in emerging markets Our report with Delta Partners on motivations for mobile operators to pursue start-up investments in emerging markets, the merits of CVC for mobile operators and the benefits this can bring to start-ups and local ecosystemsOur latest video features insights from start-ups, mobile operators and other key players in the ecosystem on how collaborations can benefit all
Our latest report demonstrates how mobile operators and start-ups can partner for impact in emerging markets
Our report with Delta Partners on motivations for mobile operators to pursue start-up investments in emerging markets, the merits of CVC for mobile operators and the benefits this can bring to start-ups and local ecosystems - Read the Report
Our latest video features insights from start-ups, mobile operators and other key players in the ecosystem on how collaborations can benefit all - Watch the Video

Ecosystem Accelerator Programme

Realising the potential of mobile innovation to scale

Our mission is to scale innovative and sustainable mobile services in emerging markets through partnerships between operators and innovators.

Despite an increasing number of mobile products and services in emerging markets, reaching scale is still a challenge for most. The GSMA Ecosystem Accelerator works to bridge the gap between operators and innovators, enabling strong partnerships that support the growth of commercially sustainable mobile products and services.

By opening the dialogue between innovators and operators, the programme helps operators contribute their assets and expertise to the most promising ideas. This will in turn support innovators to secure the funding and direction they require in order to bring their products and services to scale.

In fostering these partnerships, we can bring the most impactful mobile solutions to the people and places that need them most, generating the greatest socio-economic impact.

 

 

This initiative is currently funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), and supported by the GSMA and its members.

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