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A date for your diary: the 11th Digital Money Forum

By davebirch posted Dec 3 2007 at 11:12 PM
[Dave Birch] Just to let you all know that the 11th annual Digital Money Forum will be held in London on 23rd/24th April 2008. It will be back at a hotel in central London, after last year's excursion to the Tower of London, and will feature the traditional mix of presentations and expert panels. And the first ever Digital Money Mastermind competition with a St. George's day theme. Would potential sponsors -- previous sponsors have first refusal, of course -- please form an orderly queue. E-mail me for more details. Our good friends at ACI Worldwide have already agreed to support the Digital Money MasterMind competition so we just need a couple more sponsors and we're all systems go.

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As always, we will be moving the agenda on by structured the event around themes where we can see change and innovation (in technical, business and social models) in retail electronic payments. This year we will, I think, be going down one or two less well-trodden paths and well as revisiting favourites routes where the landscape continues to shift.

At this time, I expect that we will be looking at sessions built around:

  • The social inclusion agenda around e-payments.
  • The transformational role of m-payments.
  • The customer services issues in retail payments.
  • The paleo-future of payments.
We'll also have the expert panels, with genuine experts, to focus the intelligent and informed debate that has characterised the Forum for more than a decade. I look forward to seeing you all there, joining in the digital money conversation.

These opinions are my own (I think) and presented solely in my capacity as an interested member of the general public [posted with ecto]


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