BayPay Europe Event: The US meets Europe on Emerging Commerce technologies
Thursday, June 21, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (CEST)
After the success of the first BayPay Europe event in Paris last year "The US meet Europe on Mobile Payments" where we had 140 attendees, we wanted to do this year another event.
This year, we will focus on Commerce Trends and Innovations and we will illustrate our discussions in bringing several start-ups that are targeting the market with promising solutions. As usual, the discussions will be lively and highly interactive.
Here is the agenda for this meeting:
Date: June 21, 2012
Time: 8:30am to 4pm
Where: Agence Regionale de Developpement Paris Ile de France
3 rue de Saussaies, Paris 75008
right behind The Elysee Palace (equivalent to French White House)
8am - 8:30am:Welcome & coffee
8:30am – 10am: European technology meeting focused on Innovation in Payments
. Daniel Chatelain, Managing Director, The BayPay Forum
. Frederic Bern, Head of Business Development, Vertical Markets & Mobility, Ingenico
10am – 10:30am: Networking
10:30am – 12pm: Promising US Payment & Commerce companies
. Introduction from Pascal Burg, Edgar Dunn & Company on Multi-channel m-Commerce and f-Commerce
. Cardlytics, Jason Brooks
. Device Fidelity, Fabrice Jogand-Coulomb
. QSecure, Daniel Chatelain
12pm – 1pm: Networking lunch
1pm – 4pm: One on One meetings with promising US Payment & Commerce companies
This event is sponsored by:
More details at http://www.baypayforum.com/events/monthly-calendar-of-events/baypay-europe-event-the-us-meets-europe-on-emerging-commerce-technologies (Free Registration)
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If you are a member of the payment industry, you are invited to join BayPay, a networking group of the Silicon Valley focused on payments and composed exclusively of members in the payment community or investors in this area. If you are not yet a member and would like to join, reply to this email to get your free membership with a quick description on how you fit in the payment industry. Even after all these years, the payments industry is still expanding in both mature and emerging markets worldwide as the industry adapts to new market opportunities. New technologies including contactless cards, cell phone integration, biometrics, RFID and strong authentication are emerging and potentially creating new challenges for both financial institutions and their customers. Prepaid cards, gift cards, new forms of payment like PayPal, are all vivid demonstrations of the vibrancy of new thinking in the payments industry. With wireless ubiquity now essentially a reality, transaction aggregation and micro payments become a necessity. As the financial industry and merchants provide more and more services online, phishing emerges as a problem that requires more education and communication with consumers.
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