According to a forecast made by Digi-Capital, it stated that the revenues from mobile internet are likely to increase massively over the next several years.
The Mobile Internet Report Q1 2005, as spotted by TechCrunch, in which company notes 27 sectors across -mCommerce consumer apps, enterprise mobility, wearables, and mobile advertising with an assumption that these sectors will triple their mobile revenues by the year, 2018, i.e., from $300 billion to $850 billion gained in mobile revenues.
In which the prima facie will be driven by mCommerce. Last year, it saw $200 billion in revenue, now, it will be raised up to $600 billion by the year, 2018, with almost half of the earnings coming from Asia, and much of the another half earnings coming from Western Europe, and North America.
The money spent on mobile advertising will gradually increase at an average rate to $85 billion, and mobile ads are set to gain second place in terms of overall revenue table, overtaking in app-purchase that are currently positioned at number two.
The revenue earned from mCommerce customer apps, it will reach to $75 billion by 2018 than $30 billion that was taken in last year.
In a blog post, Digi-Capital noted that mobile private market sectors with high relative valuation ranges include mCommerce, advertising/marketing, travel/transport, tech, and games, such private market sectors also have valuations below average, so again broad valuation ranges.
The mobile private market sectors with comparatively low valuation ranges include social, finance, photo and video, messaging (excluding the Facebook/WhatsApp acquisition), utilities, enterprise/B2B, and entertainment.