Payment Eye travelled to London’s ExCeL centre to be part of Pay Expo 2015, the UK’s largest and most exciting payments event – gathering all of Europe’s key stakeholders in the payments industry under the same roof.
More than 150 speakers from globally recognised names like Amazon, PayPal and Worldpay convened to take part in a packed two-day schedule of conferences, workshops and demonstrations that encompassed the entire payments spectrum.
Pay Expo attracted buyers across numerous industries such as retail, banking, leisure and the public sector.
The event generated an overwhelmingly positive response from both exhibitors and delegates.
Matt Stephens, Product Development Manager at American Express was quick to endorse the event, stating that ‘‘PayExpo provides insights into everything payments related and for those of us in the industry. It provides a very useful as biometrics is something that American Express has been looking into.’’
‘‘PayExpo has given visitors knowledge of the challenges of deciding which strategies to implement when deciding on a payment strategy to make life frictionless for their consumers.’’
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