Mobile Money & Wallet Summit 2014 is the industry’s ‘must attend’ event of the year. Covering the whole mobile money wallet ecosystem, the two-day event is taking place at the North Harrington Hall Hotel in London on 18th and 19th March.
The event aims to bring together the movers and shakers of the whole mobile money wallet ecosystem from MNO, loyalty providers, retailers, banks, processors, MPOS and many more.
Event Director Tom Evans comments: “It is the one annual conference in Europe that everyone in the mobile wallet world attends. From mobile commerce to mobile banking to mobile wallet – there has never been a more exciting or optimum time to scale or launch your mobile money initiative. “
Consumer uptake of mobile solutions has been on an upward trajectory. However the road to mainstream adoption has its challenges: – will success depend on convergence of all competing technologies? How will consumers choose? And what will merchants accept in the mobile payments space?
Are banks embracing and offering value-added mobile banking services and features? Are Banks strengthening their mobile platforms with features that empower their customers? How has the response been so far?
Are consumers interested in paying for mobile transactions? Is this behaviour likely to change given the universal cost-free nature of mobile transactions since their inception?
To address these important questions and many others, Mobile Money and Wallet has bought together diverse and world renowned companies from banks, MNOs, Payment providers and many more to share their expertise, knowledge and practical case studies with you. Join the debate and make sure your company doesn’t lose out in this mobile payment revolution.
If you are interested in attending the event, CLICK HERE to register.
Alternatively you can download the attached registration form.
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