On Friday I’ll be addressing some of the top business decision makers for Nokia in Africa. My goal is to shake them up a little, make them think deeply and differently about the African market.
Nokia hasn’t truly innovated in Africa since they put a flashlight in a Nokia 1100 in 2003.
I’ve been asked to discuss my views on how the handset and mobile services business situation is developing, what the opportunities are in those areas and suggestions on how Nokia could lead in this market.
Therein lies the problem: I’m only one person with one opinion, they need to hear from others with different experiences.
What would you say?
Add yours in the comments below. The best will be brought to the Nokia executives attention:
Here are a couple from Twitter.
- Top-end or low-end handsets, what does Nokia stand for here? (via Niti Bhan)
- Innovate on the user experience for low-end handsets. (via Rombo)
- Is Nokia serious about social impact, or is that just face paint?
- Africa is ripe for experimental phones and financing models, what is new coming out of Africa first?
Don’t just think cheap handsets. What else would you do within business models and solutions?