Claire Penicaud is a Programme Coordinator for the mobile money for the unbanked (MMU) Programme at the GSM Association. In this role, she organises key MMU events and supports the team more widely with planning, research and reporting. She conducted the MMU 2011 Global Mobile Money Adoption Survey. Prior to joining the GSMA, Claire worked as a consultant at Hystra Consulting and spent a year doing research at INSEAD’s Social Innovation Center. Her research focused on the scalability issues many mHealth projects face.
February 24, 2014 / Claire Penicaud
The GSMA 2013 State of the Industry Report reveals that there are now 9 countries with more mobile money accounts than bank accounts.
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