Mobile Payments Innovation, Opportunity & Risk

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On the 4th-5th of June Ensygnia join an exceptional group of payments leaders at 'Mobile Payments - Innovation, Opportunity & Risk' in Berlin to analyse and throw light on the emerging business strategies for mobile payments and the opportunities, innovations and market structure that will get us there.

What's more, Ensygnia is delighted to be sponsoring the event and Richard H. Harris, CEO & Co-Founder will be speaking. Ensygnia are also hosting the drinks reception and giving you a glimpse into the future - even show attendees how Onescan would allow them to use their mobile at the bar to receive a drink.

Ensygnia have also made available 10 complimentary places for retailers - if you want to join us or know someone who would qualify email

For all other attendees Ensygnia have a special discount code you can use to claim 20% off standard fees.  Register now and enter promo code SPK2.

Be sure to download a copy of the brochure to see the full seminar agenda at may also be interested in a recent interview with Richard H Harris, CEO of Ensygnia, where he shared his thoughts about today's biggest barriers to mobile payments adoption, the key drivers that will increase take up and where the big opportunities lie.

About the Seminar There are many questions in the mobile payments space, and it is becoming increasingly hard to identify what it is and which direction it’s taking.  From fundamentals, such as definitions, types of services, their usages, developments and prospects; through to more strategic challenges: compete or collaborate?  Open standards or multiple proprietary interfaces?  What are the lessons developed markets can learn from successes on emerging markets and what is transferable from one to another?

Led by key industry influencers, and set against a backdrop of substantial regulatory movement in 2014, this highly acclaimed seminar meets again to inform, debate, predict and shape critical developments such as:

  • Developing open standards: pro’s, con’s, likelihood and impacts
  • Security and authentication: challenges, technology, resilience and opportunities
  • Regulatory progress and emerging compliance responsibilities as crucial new policy initiatives such as the new PSD, Regulation on Interchange Fees and Privacy and Data Protection regulation among others emerge from the EU political adoption process; Where are we now and where will we be by the end of 2014?
  • Managing risk to enable and not stifle innovation
  • And much more...

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 8th May 2014