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British MOOC Provider Expands; Prime Minister Promotes It in India | Inside Higher Ed

British MOOC Provider Expands; Prime Minister Promotes It in India | Inside Higher Ed | UK's Education export | Scoop.it

David Cameron promoted the offerings during a trip to India. Cameron said that the expansion of Futurelearn (as the MOOC provider is called) "will mean that Indian students can access some of the best teaching and learning online from their home in Mumbai or Delhi." 


Via Peter Mellow
Nandan Sengupta's insight:

Would MOOC be the favoured media in next five years? It would be interesting to watch how employers differentiate between MOOC and Taught Programme

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'Mobile marketing will grow 10-fold in India'

'Mobile marketing will grow 10-fold in India' | UK's Education export | Scoop.it

NEW DELHI: India's mobile marketing space, which some analysts estimate at Rs 600 million ($11 million), will grow 10-fold in the next five years, says the Finnish pioneer of the concept.


Via W. Robert de Jongh
Nandan Sengupta's insight:

India needs well trained professionals for Mobile Marketing and the need is going to grow- A possible upstream opportunity for knowledge/training providers that shows healthy growth potential but could it be just knowledge transfer ? or an element of Indianisation will prove impeative? I think the later. 

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Nandan Sengupta's curator insight, July 26, 2013 6:37 AM

Does India have enough skilled expert in the mobile marketing field ?

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'Mobile marketing will grow 10-fold in India'

'Mobile marketing will grow 10-fold in India' | UK's Education export | Scoop.it

NEW DELHI: India's mobile marketing space, which some analysts estimate at Rs 600 million ($11 million), will grow 10-fold in the next five years, says the Finnish pioneer of the concept.


Via W. Robert de Jongh, Nandan Sengupta
Nandan Sengupta's insight:

Does India have enough skilled expert in the mobile marketing field ?

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Nandan Sengupta's curator insight, July 12, 2013 7:25 AM

India needs well trained professionals for Mobile Marketing and the need is going to grow- A possible upstream opportunity for knowledge/training providers that shows healthy growth potential but could it be just knowledge transfer ? or an element of Indianisation will prove impeative? I think the later. 

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“Traditional agencies don’t know how to create digital content”

“Traditional agencies don’t know how to create digital content” | UK's Education export | Scoop.it
Vinay Bhatia of Shoppers Stop made this startling argument at the 9th IAMAI Marketing Conclave CMOs at the 9th Marketing Conclave organised by the Internet & Mobile Association of India (IAMAI)...

Via Bill Cosgrove
Nandan Sengupta's insight:

Plenty of scope to sensitize the agencies on the subject; may emerge as a good knowledge export opportunity. The challenges could be the diversity of the market though. 

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