Thomas Husson

VP, Principal Analyst serving Marketing Leadership PROFESSIONALS

Thomas is a vice president and principal analyst, serving Marketing Leadership professionals.  Thomas's research focuses on the integration of mobile into marketing and digital strategies; the disruptive role of mobile in bridging the digital and physical worlds; the evolution of the mobile ecosystem; the convergence of mobile and social; and the impact of mobile devices and technologies on people's attitudes and behaviors. His coverage includes mobile marketing and advertising, mobile Internet and applications, and mobile commerce and payments. Thomas is widely cited in publications including International Herald Tribune, the BBC, The Economist, Reuters, AFP, Les Echos, and Le Monde.

Previous Work Experience

Thomas has 15 years of experience in the mobile and digital industries. Prior to joining Forrester in August 2008, Thomas spent four years at JupiterResearch as a senior mobile analyst, and six years at Bouygues Telecom (the third-largest French operator), first as Internet product manager and then as mobile multimedia marketing manager. Thomas also brings experience from the financial services sector, working in Milan for a year and a half. Thomas has served as a judge for the Global Mobile Awards at Mobile World Congress since 2008.

Education

Thomas holds degrees in international marketing/strategy and finance from EM Lyon (Lyon School of Management) and Science Po Paris (Institute of Political Science).

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  • Consumer Electronics & Technology
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  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Western European Mobile Forecast, 2011 To 2016

    Product Strategists In All Industries Must Contend With The Disruption Caused By Mobile

    The European mobile market will continue booming in the next five years. Forrester expects smartphone and mobile Internet penetration rates to reach 67% and 54%, respectively, by the end of 2016. To...

    • Downloads: 1155
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:iPhone 4S Cements Apple's Product Strategy Leadership Position

    Apple's Cross-Device Product Strategy Drives Product Differentiation And Customer Loyalty

    Let's face it: Many observers, anticipating a redesign and a raft of hardware innovations, reacted with disappointment to Apple's iPhone 4S unveiling. Does it matter? No. Why? Because Apple launched...

    • Downloads: 402
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Europe Mobile Technographics®: 2010

    An Empowered Report: An Example Of Mobile Behavior Among UK Online Shoppers

    The first step in building or refining a mobile strategy is understanding the mobile behaviors of your target audience. In April 2009, Forrester published its Mobile Technographics analysis, offering...

    • Downloads: 1009
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:The Future Of Application Stores

    What To Expect When Defining Your Mobile Consumer Road Map

    The application store market is still nascent, but it is evolving quickly. Apple reinvented the distribution of products and services on mobile phones, opening up direct-to-consumer opportunities for...

    • Downloads: 1843
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:How Can European Operators Make The Most Of Mobile Marketing And Advertising?

    For years, telecom operators have bet on mobile marketing and advertising as a way to generate new revenue streams. Neither has fulfilled their initially high revenue expectations yet. Now that this...

    • Downloads: 993
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:How Public Authorities Can Make The Most Of Mobile Services

    Brands and companies are not the only ones that should tap into mobile opportunities. Public authorities can use mobile to improve the quality of life of their citizens and to develop their region's...

    • Downloads: 646
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Why Mobile Could Reinvent Social Computing

    A Glimpse Into The European Mobile Social Web Landscape

    Mobile social activity is more than just accessing social networking sites while on the go. Mobile phones have the potential to become the hub of Social Computing activities and to be more than just...

    • Downloads: 1536