The Emerging Payments Association today announced that its annual PAY360 Conference will be held at the Business Design Centre in 2019. This flagship event is set to take place on 14th March 2019 and is now in a significantly larger venue than in previous years. This is the first step in the plan to double the size of the conference and is part of the association’s ambitious plans to develop and scale its events portfolio.
The Emerging Payments Association has also secured Mike Seaman as the new Event Director for PAY360. Mike has over 15 years’ experience of organising events all over the world and has specific experience in the payments industry.
When asked about his appointment Mike said:
I attended PAY360 this year and I was astounded by the attendance. Despite a freak blizzard in March, the community came out in force to support the EPA. It was incredibly busy and well received with 100% of delegates saying that they were likely or very likely to return. That level of delegate feedback is frankly unheard of in the events industry so when the EPA asked me to be part of the 2019 event I couldn’t say no!
The EPA also announced a host of new features for PAY360 which make it stand out from other events in the calendar. These include an innovative quiz shoot-out call Trivial Paysuit where delegates can test their payments knowledge to win £1,000. Other innovations include the use of PechaKucha speaking sessions and facilitated networking with speakers alongside simple smaller changes such as double sized badges for delegates.
Pre-registration is now open and for more information about the event please visit www.pay360conference.com
About the EPA
The EPA’s vision is for the UK to be the global hotspot for payments innovation. As it sets out to be the most influential trade body in emerging payments, the EPA’s mission, to collaborate to innovate, has the potential to improve lives everywhere.
The Emerging Payments Association (EPA) is a commercial membership association of payments industry influencers. It runs more than 30 events each year, delivers eight projects to drive change, helps to connect the ecosystem, encourages innovation and profitable business growth.
The community is over 115 members strong and growing. Our members come from across the payments value chain; including payments schemes, banks and issuers, merchant acquirers, PSPs, retailers, and more. These companies have come together, from across the UK and internationally, to join our association, collaborate, and speak with a unified voice.
Together, transacting more than £6 trillion annually and employing more than 300,000 staff, we now have a significant influence over the industry’s future.