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Project Women in PayTech hosted its largest event, titled ‘Shaping the gender agenda in PayTech’

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Project Women in PayTech hosted its largest event, titled ‘Shaping the gender agenda in PayTech’

Project Women in PayTech hosted its largest event to date, with over 90 attendees present at the event. This event, titled ‘Shaping the gender agenda in PayTech’, hosted panel discussions from high profile women and men (both inside and outside the payments industry) on the challenges and opportunities they have faced – featuring speakers from Visa, McDonalds, Amazon, Armed Forces Paralympics Snowsports team among others.

The Payments Association is proud to support its commitments to the HM Treasury’s Women in Finance Charter by publicly reporting on our progress in supporting the progression of women into senior roles internally.

Thanks to our Benefactor, Visa

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