Relevance of Cards in a Digital Age explored by at Prepaid Forum (PIF) AGM & Summit

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Leading UK card manufacturer and bureau, recently presented at the PIF AGM & Summit held on 18 & 19 September in West Sussex. The Summit explored the opportunities and the future for prepaid and fintech with the industry’s most influential players. Emily Lovelock, head of sales at delivered a presentation entitled: ‘Plastic Fantastic! The Relevance of Cards in a Digital Age’.
Emily Lovelock commented, “I was delighted to present at the PIF Summit. Stand-out card designs are essential for companies to innovate, compete and thrive within their markets. For many of our clients, the card and collateral are the only tangible aspect of their banks. Therefore, these elements need to be outstanding for the ultimate user experience.
“At, unlike the majority of our competitors, we have the full end-to-end design and manufacture process onsite. This allows us to offer the most streamlined and guided design process in the market. Cards are one of the main representations of the banks and our expert solution allows our clients to create unique and durable cards to continuously endorse their brands.” provides a full end-to-end physical card service from guidance of the technical setup and creation of the card designs right through to manufacture and dispatch. has full quality control and flexibility of the process at its UK accredited site, offering an agile, rapid service compared with overseas manufacturers.
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