The race to deliver the ultimate mobile wallet represents a huge opportunity for banks, retailers and brands to revolutionize their approach to payments, loyalty and customer data management.
At the Mobile Wallet Summit(6-7 November, London), major retailers from across Europe will come to discuss the opportunities that the mobile wallet can bring to their business:
The Mobile Wallet – A Retail Perspective
- Hear the challenges and opportunities from retailers who have integrated a mobile wallet into their payments strategy
- Discover exactly what retailers are looking for from a mobile wallet solution and find out the problems that they need to be solved
- Lean from retail experts how to exploit the mobile wallet to fully engage users and increase customer loyalty
Eric Bourgeois, Sr Director Design Studio, McDonald’s Europe
Samantha Yarwood, Marketing Director, EMEA, Starbucks
Polly Howden, Mobile Product Manager, Gumtree.com, eBay
Corrine Moulin, Director of Banking Strategy Group, Carrefour Group
Richard Braham,Head of Payments, British Retail Consortium
Other brands in attendance include, House of Fraser, Marks and Spencer, Uniqlo, Dixons, All Saints, Debenhams and loads more.
But that’s not all, The Mobile Wallet Summit is purpose built to bring together merchants, banks, MNOs, brands and payment institutions get a real handle on the latest mobile wallet developments.
With senior executives and teams now confirmed to be there from major banks like Citi, HSBC, RBS and BNP Paribas; Wallet providers including PayPal, Google and Weve and MNOs such as Telefonica, Vodafone and EE; this is the ultimate networking event in the mobile wallet space.
You can find the full details here
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