The annual meeting place for the payments industry, PAY360 will bring together 2000 of the most senior representatives from banks, merchants, government, investors, fintechs, FIs, card providers, consultants and solutions providers.
Whether you are an established bank, emerging fintech or sit anywhere in between, PAY360 is the only conference where you will leave the sessions knowing exactly what your business and product development plan for tomorrow should look like, with clear visibility on the challenges you’ll face along the way and a plan for overcoming them, as well as with the contacts you need in order to form strong collaborations across the whole value chain in order to get there.
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