Tomorrow’s Transactions Forum 2014
Consult Hyperion’s 17th Annual Forum
March 19-20 2014, One America Square, London, UK #ttforum
With so many conferences out there, how do you know which one to attend? They all have the same speakers, delivering the same sales focused presentations. And when you do hear something interesting, who is there to interpret that information for you and add value?
It’s confusing, especially now that event organisers are increasingly charging presenters to appear, meaning that you never get to hear from some of the more interesting, boundary pushing presenters. Pick the wrong event and that can be over a thousand pounds of your events budget and a day of your valuable time wasted, listening to death by Powerpoint.
The Consult Hyperion Tomorrow’s Transactions Forum isn't like that. Now in its17th year, it 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. That’s why last year’s delegates said:
Very useful, incredibly topical, amazing to have most of the speakers delivering fantastic content plus great engaging delivery style.
Insightful, with a very high quality of attendee and excellent networking
We don’t just schedule fascinating business and academic speakers that you won’t find on ordinary commercial conference programmes, like Felix Martin, author of Money, and Ian Guest, from South Yorkshire Credit Union. Because we want delegates to get the maximum value from their attendance, Consult Hyperion’s consultants attend too, as does Dave Birch, recently rated one of Wired’s top 15 sources of business information, so you can be certain that the quality of the discussion following presentations will be very high. That’s why attendees say things like:
It was a great event! Thought provoking, inspiring, fun, interesting. Very different from other conferences.
Thought provoking as always. I enjoy it every year
Awesome as ever
Themes this year will be include 'mobile first', 'identity is the new money', 'new transaction technologies' and ' wallets'. In addition, all delegates will receive a complimentary copy of the Tomorrow’s Transactions Reader 2014.
To make this not-for-profit event as productive a use of your time as possible, we limit the number of attendees to 100. That makes it important to sign up as soon as possible both to guarantee a place and to benefit from our early bird discount if you book before mid-January. Book now and ensure that you get a place.
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).