Mobile Marketing Strategies and Emerging Opportunities in the BRIC Countries




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This report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights, including:

  • In-depth analysis of mobile marketing opportunities in the four BRIC countries: Brazil, Russia, India and China
  • A comprehensive and country-specific analysis of market attractiveness, covering the key trends, drivers and challenges across the four countries
  • Detailed mobile marketing spend and forecasts for the period 20112016 for each BRIC country 


Across the four emerging BRIC countries, high mobile penetration has generated opportunities for mobile marketing initiatives. These initiatives have become popular among businesses as they have a broad reach, the ability to monitor responses, and can offer location-based promotions. As such, companies across a variety of industries have started developing mobile marketing strategies with increasing marketing budget allocations. The aim of mobile marketing varies across different industries, although the main focus is to develop promotions that target specific consumer groups and launch new service offerings. 

Mobile marketing in the BRIC countries currently takes the form of mass market campaigns that target customers through bulk messages. However, this is expected to change as marketers start utilizing location-based services, which will be driven by the increased penetration of smartphones and improved mobile infrastructure to enable accurate and high-bandwidth services. As such, BRICdata expects mobile marketing campaigns will become more personalized through using location-based promotional strategies.


  • This report provides an extensive analysis of the mobile marketing market in the four BRIC nations Brazil, Russia, India and China
  • It provides current and forecast market sizing for mobile marketing spend in each of the BRIC nations
  • It offers detailed analysis of business, infrastructure, technology and consumer trends driving the growth of the mobile marketing market in each of the BRIC countries
  • The report highlights the key challenges faced by the mobile marketing market
  • It provides case examples of innovative mobile marketing strategies adopted by key players across consumer industries such as FMCG, healthcare, banking, and travel and tourism 
  • It also provides insights into the future of mobile marketing and upcoming trends shaping the growth of the market in each of the BRIC countries

Reasons To Buy

  • Gain in-depth insight into mobile marketing strategies in each of the BRIC countries
  • Take informed decisions and formulate effective technical and marketing strategies based on the reports detailed market insights on mobile marketing 
  • Understand the key consumer, business and economic trends impacting mobile marketing in each of the BRIC nations
  • Gain insight into mobile marketing strategies adopted by key players across consumer industries such as FMCG, healthcare, banking, and travel and tourism 

Key Highlights

  • The number of Brazilian mobile broadband subscribers increased from 20.6 million in 2010 to 41.1 million in 2011, and is expected to reach 124 million in 2014.
  • The 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2016 Olympics Games will be held in Brazil, which is encouraging corporations to make investments in mobile marketing to advertise their brand to a wider audience of inbound tourists that are coming to the country for these sporting events.
  • Video-based advertising is growing rapidly and advertisers spent more than US$18 million on placing video advertisements on Russian language sites in 2010.
  • Indias mobile subscriber base reached 951 million in March 2012, after recording eight million mobile subscriber additions during the month of March.
  • Smartphone penetration in India is very low, and less than 5% of the phones in the country are smartphones. However, handset manufacturers are launching low-cost smartphones that value INR4,0006,000, which is expected to increase demand.
  • The high penetration of mobile devices compared to personal computers has made mobile marketing a way to reach a wider audience in China, which is making mobile-based marketing and promotions an integral part of the marketing initiatives used by many companies.