Tomorrow’s Transactions London Unconference 2017
Come and join with global FinTech guru Dave Birch, Director of Innovation at Consult Hyperion and a Visiting Professor at the Surrey University Business School, in a day of discussions on the future of digital transactions at the annual Tomorrow’s Transactions London Unconference (#TTLU16). As is the tradition, the Unconference will mix stimulating talks from experts with global perspectives with discussions on innovation in the world of FinTech and digital commerce. It is organized on a participant-driven agenda leveraging the ‘unconference’ format where the discussion topics are decided by the delegates on the day.
This year’s focus will be a peek at the post-card payments world because at some point in the imaginable future, mobile “tap and pay” and “app and pay” will overtake card payments or, as we prefer, #cardmaggedon or the #cardocalypse, where plastic card products no longer dominate and begin their slide into history. How will payments change in a world of voice commerce, Apple Pay and cryptocurrencies? How will the business change? How will money itself change?
Dave was named one of the global top 15 favourite sources of business information (Wired magazine) and one of the top ten most influential voices in banking (Financial Brand); was found to be one of the top ten Twitter accounts followed by innovators, along with Bill Gates and Richard Branson (PR Daily); was ranked in the top three most influential people in London’s FinTech community (City A.M.), was voted one of the European “Top 40” people in digital financial services (Financial News), was listed of the world’s top 100 most influential FinTech leaders (Hot Topics) and was rated Europe’s most influential commentator on emerging payments (Total Payments). He will be co-hosting with Consult Hyperion Principal Consultant Tim Richards, who has more than two decades’ experience in bringing new payment services into the mass market.
We hope you can join Dave, Tim and other experts for a day of colourful debate and speculation about what will happen when the dynamics of the payments industry will change.
Tomorrow’s Transactions London is a not-for-profit event. The ticket prices cover the cost of running the event with all additional proceeds going to local charities.
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