PayX International today announces a Joint Marketing Partnership with Clarion Events, to support the most significant mobile payments conference of the year, Next Generation Cards and Payments (www.nextgencards-payments.com). The conference will be held in the financial capital of Europe, in the prestigious The Sheraton Brussels Hotel, Brussels, Belgium on the 25th and 26th of November 2010.
Following on from PayX’s participation in focused Cards market events, this partnership aligns to the increased demand from Cards Businesses and Retail Payments processors to engage in understanding more about the established industry methodology for payments solution decisioning, PayX-DPE™. This announcement follows on from PayX’s successful involvement in a number of other high-profile Cards-based conferences and seminars which have delivered positive results for the Event Organisers and PayX alike. The desire for independent and Industry-wide knowledge services continues to grow at an accelerated rate.
This year’s Next Generation Cards and Payments Conference brings together an audience of guests from the cards and payments divisions of Europe’s top banks for a day and half to discover exactly how they can work with emerging players, what new card schemes can offer them, how they can make more money from their core business, and which channels can better serve their clients. Speakers will include senior representatives from the European Commission, European Payments Council, leading banks, alternative card schemes, mobile banking specialists and pioneering technology suppliers.
PayX Director and co-founder, Coreen Foster, comments “PayX regularly works with some of the top conference organisers in the world, so we are pleased by this opportunity to work with Clarion Events to bring Independent, current and pertinent information and knowledge to the businesses involved in Card Acquiring platform strategy reviews. The combination of each of our strengths brings an opportunity for the financial world to gain an upper hand and take control of the discovery phase which leads to ten year strategy, planning and delivering a solid understanding of the bespoke next steps.”