With huge activity surrounding the development of mobile wallets by banks, merchants, carriers and payment providers, massive questions still remain over their purpose, design and consumer uptake.
M for Mobile has recently spoken with the four key industry representatives to get their thoughts on the current market challenges and opportunities… and how the expect the market to shift over the next 24 months.
Simply complete your details here to get your free copy of this valuable 12 page industry briefing.
The expert contributors who were interviewed for the briefing:
- John van der Heyden, Payments Project Manager, BNP Paribas
- Kristina Barbov, Regulatory Counsel, EE
- Sunil Gossain, SVP UK Sales, Monitise
- Katie Lips, Global Mobile Strategy Director, Aimia
The briefing includes exclusive insight from these four mobile payments pioneers on:
- What makes a mobile wallet stand out? What needs to be integrated into wallets to make them appealing?
- Thoughts on the importance of partnerships, and knowing the enemy, to capitalize in this marketplace
- What needs to change to make progress faster in mobile wallet development and customer uptake?
- How wallets will look and work in two years’ time – what will be the single biggest change from how they work now
All the executives interviewed in this briefing are speaking at the upcoming Mobile Wallet Summit Conference in London, 6-7 November. They’ll be joined by dozens of speakers and over 150 key players in payments and loyalty for 2 days of incredible learning and networking.
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