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Steal this iBeacon presentation

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*available as .ppt or .key at http://resources.fosbury.co/steal-this-ibeacon-presentation

At Fosbury, we’ve pitched the value of beacons to thousands of businesses. While our presentations for each client are customized to fit their needs, the fundamentals we use to educate customers about the beacon industry remains largely the same.

Many times, these clients still need to”sell” iBeacons into their organization or to present it to their clients or partners. To do so, they have to create decks from scratch, or ask us for Fosbury branded presentations to spend hours editing.

We’ve made it easy. You can now download a presentation template to add your own logo & company colors with all the important content already filled in. We cover all the beacon basics, with charts and statistics to convince your customers or colleagues to save you time and effort.

We encourage you to steal this presentation and use it, never mention us, just don't forget us when you start doing your iBeacon implementation :).

Cheers,

Fill out the form to gain to access to the download link, and if you have any questions, email us at hello@fosbury.co.

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Steal this iBeacon presentation

  1. 1. (Your Name) presentation on iBeacons This presentation was legally stolen from Fosbury Change to ! company colors Your logo here
  2. 2. 1. What are iBeacons? ! 2. How do they work? 3. Why are they important? 4. Do they work on every device? 5. Who’s using them 6. Industry statistics 7. Bonus
  3. 3. Beacons are small devices that broadcast a BluetoothSmart radio signal to trigger alerts or messages on consumers phones. You could see them as the next version of GPS. ! Instead of using satellites to triangulate your position in the world as GPS does, beacons transmit a low energy signal from a device with a radius of 50-100 meters to provide unprecedented location services that can accurately measure positioning down to inches.
  4. 4. 1. What are iBeacons? 2. How do they work?! 3. Why are they important? 4. Do they work on every device? 5. Who’s using them 6. Industry statistics 7. Bonus
  5. 5. Almost all of the logic behind a beacon deployment is through the supporting software on the devices (e.g. beacon aware apps on smartphones).
  6. 6. The distance between transmitting beacon and receiving device can be approximated into 3 distinct ranges: ! Immediate: Within a few centimeters Near: Within a couple of meters Far: Greater than 10 meters away
  7. 7. The only role of the beacon is to notify the smartphone of its existence at the physical location. Beacons come in a lot of shapes forms and sizes.
  8. 8. 1. What are iBeacons? 2. How do they work? 3. Why are they important? ! 4. Do they work on every device? 5. Who’s using them 6. Industry statistics 7. Bonus
  9. 9. iBeacons represent something in the world, rather than somewhere, giving you greater flexibility and control.
  10. 10. They give context to a physical space.
  11. 11. 1. What are iBeacons? 2. How do they work? 3. Why are they important? 4. Do they work on every device?! 5. Who’s using them 6. Industry statistics 7. Bonus
  12. 12. Beacons work with both Android and iOS. They were initially introduced in iOS7 and are compatible with every Android version > 4.3 ! This puts beacon functionality in 300 million + devices!
  13. 13. 1. What are iBeacons? 2. How do they work? 3. Why are they important? 4. Do they work on every device? 5. Who’s using them! 6. Industry statistics 7. Bonus
  14. 14. American Airlines Major League Baseball Nivea Marriott Coca Cola Tesco Virgin Airlines Hammerson Walgreens Levi's Orlando Magic Duane Reade Philips Apple Oscar Mayer And then some..
  15. 15. 1. What are iBeacons? 2. How do they work? 3. Why are they important? 4. Do they work on every device? 5. Who’s using them 6. Industry statistics! 7. Bonus
  16. 16. There will be about 4.5 million active beacons overall by year end 2018, with 3.5 million of these in use by retailers. Source: BI Intelligence Estimates
  17. 17. Half of the top 100 retailers in the U.S. are testing beacons this year, and we expect them to have this new technology installed in one-third of their stores by the end of 2015. Source: BI Intelligence Estimates
  18. 18. Beacons are compatible with about one-third of active smartphones globally and nearly all iPhones. Source: BI Intelligence Estimates
  19. 19. It makes sense for retailers to open up their beacons so that outside apps can use them to send alerts and notifications to their users. Source: BI Intelligence Estimates
  20. 20. Retailers will also be able to collect valuable consumer data thanks to beacons, but privacy issues need to be considered. YOUR LOGO HERE Source: BI Intelligence Estimates
  21. 21. Only 3% of retailers are currently able to identify customers walking in store, but 72% plan to do so within five years. Source: BI Intelligence Estimates
  22. 22. Beacons can help retailers attract users to their apps, retain those users, and increase engagement on those apps. Source: BI Intelligence Estimates
  23. 23. Adoption of beacons led to 16.5 times more app usage in-store and 6.4 times increase in app user retention. Source: BI Intelligence Estimates
  24. 24. 1. What are iBeacons? 2. How do they work? 3. Why are they important? 4. Do they work on every device? 5. Who’s using them 6. Industry statistics 7. Bonus (Because consultants love graphs)
  25. 25. Percent of US Retail Locations with Beacons (Top 100 retailers) 92% 8% 68% 32% 15% 85% 2014 2015 2016 Source: BI Intelligence Estimates With beacons
  26. 26. Global active smartphones compatible with Bluetooth Low Energy (May 2014) 288 million 90% (259 million) iOS 1.3 billion 24% 311 million) Android Source: BI Intelligence Estimates
  27. 27. Mobile commerce initiatives to improve the customer experience in stores (North America, March 2014) Have today Plan to in 5 years 28% 62% Use mobile marketing 16% 63% Collect real-time data from POS 3% 72% Identify customers walking in store Source: BI Intelligence Estimates
  28. 28. This company has it all figured out Let’s use them to do our iBeacon implementation (delete this if needed)

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