Ruomeng Wang

Ruomeng Wang

Ruomeng Wang is an analyst in the mobile and telecoms team. Ruomeng has a focus on mobile content and services including mobile money and financial services and trends in the Chinese mobile market.

Ruomeng joined IHS in 2016. She previously worked as the web editor for technology industry news platform Electronic Specifier. During this time she managed the company’s Chinese website, developed its Chinese market and social media presence, and organised its activity at the Electronica Shanghai 2016 event. In China, Ruomeng worked for Harvard Business Review (China) as an editorial assistant.

She holds two Master degrees from Surrey University: MSc International Events Management and MSc International Business Management. She is fluent in both English and Mandarin.


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Challenges await Samsung Pay following late arrival to UK

Samsung pushed back Samsung Pay’s launch in the UK to 16th May 2017. The late arrival presents challenges for Samsung Pay.

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Mobile & Telecom
Service providers push QR codes in emerging markets: Mobile Money Market Monitor Q1 2017

Mobile money services providers such as Visa and Mastercard rolled out their QR code mobile payments services in emerging markets. Samsung led the global expansion of device-based mobile payments services in Q1 2017.Both mobile payment related funding and M&A deals broke historical records.

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Mobile & Telecom
Apple, Samsung and Google aim to differentiate mobile payments services while expanding

The global expansion of Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Android Pay will be a major factor driving the growth of mobile payments services. According to IHS Markit, 3.4 billion smartphones will be ready for Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Android Pay by the end of 2017; this number will increase to 5.3 billion by 2021.

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Mobile & Telecom
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