Consult Hyperion’s 16th Annual Forum
March 13-14, One America Square, London, UK
The Tomorrow’s Transactions Forum, the newly rebranded Digital Money Forum, is now in its sixteenth year and once again promises the combination of discussion and debate, learning and fun, that has earned it the reputation as the place to be for people interested in the future of retail electronic payments. It continues to be a unique event, where interaction and invention replace product announcements and “death by Powerpoint” sales pitches. This year we will be looking at the leading edge in mobile transactions, Islamic e-finance and new technologies amongst other topics. All delegates will receive a complimentary copy of Tomorrow’s Transactions 2013.
Beyond the annual London event, the debate continues at our "Tomorrow's Transactions" blog where thought leadership on digital money and digital identity is combined with comment and practical reflection, and our "Tomorrow's Transactions" podcast series (also available via iTunes).
New in: Another successful event from Consult Hyperion. Testimonials from delegates at the First Digital Money Unconference, the event on the future of electronic financial services Consult Hyperion just ran in Toronto:
- I want to thank you very much for inviting me the your GREAT conference! It was very educational, motivational and inspirational Avner Mileevsky
- I recently attended the Digital Money unconference in Toronto and to say that it was fantastic would be an understatement. I have been in the payments industry for over a decade and have attended at least 50 trade shows and events. This was by far the best event that I have attended in the industry. The unstructured 'unconference' format allows the following benefits; 1) the attendants get to choose and discuss the topics that matter to them, 2) The round table discussion allows you to view the topic from other peoples perspective and to discuss it in a deep context, 3) Most importantly, these events are about networking. The round table format allows you identify people that you actually want to network with by observing their mindset. I would highly recommend this event to anyone in the industry and I personally plan on attending all of the 'unconferences' globally going forward. My personal thanks to the organisers. Grant Colhoun
- I've never been to an event like this where there isn't an element of the audience with their eyes on their mobile device rather than the speaker. The topics were obviously of high interest and the audience very engaged. So congrats. Alania French