|Full name||Andrew Darling|
Telecoms, particularly mobile Internet - technologies, content and applications, networking, Internet-business (B2B, B2C), Venture capital financing, mobile advertising, social media, performance marketing, location-based services, augmented reality
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing, Sub-editing|
|Last updated||24-04-2015 14:00|
Andrew is a writer and consultant in the digital media communications industry. Since 1996 he has covered fixed and wireless broadband networking technologies and services for a variety of publications, including Information Week, IT Week, Computing, Computer Weekly, MforMobile, Future Media, Marketing, Wireless E-volution, New Media Age, Mobile Communications Intl, World Telemedia and 3GSM World Focus. In addition he has contributed to special technology supplements for The Times, The Guardian and the FT.
He possesses expert knowledge across the entire mobile content value chain from creation, to delivery, to billing. Andrew is a consultant to AIME – the trade association for interactive media companies and billing providers – where he advises on cross industry collaboration, PR and communication strategy.
Between 1994 and 1996 Andrew was a commercial solicitor working for City firm Lovells. Prior to this he spent 18 months working as a journalist in the North West Frontier of Pakistan where he reported on the United Nations’ and other aid organisations’ activities along the border of Afghanistan.