Global Business Opportunities in Payments Showcased at World’s Largest Payments Technology Event
The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), the global trade association representing the payments technology world, announced a new program focused on international opportunities in payments, anchored by TRANSACT 14’s International track sponsored by Discover. One of eight high-impact educational tracks offered at this year’s conference, TRANSACT 14 attendees choosing the International track will engage in dialogue on all aspects of the international marketplace with true industry insiders. TRANSACT 14 will take place April 8 – 10, 2014 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, and registration is open now at www.transact14.com.
“The payments community is truly global, and TRANSACT 14 is the global meeting place for payments professionals to connect and do business,” said Jason Oxman, ETA CEO. “For U.S. companies looking for overseas opportunities, to payments professionals from outside the U.S. looking for the right business partners to enter our markets, TRANSACT 14 is the place to be.”
TRANSACT 14’s international programming presents attendees with a unique opportunity to explore the dynamic market opportunities in the global payments business. The International track features 11 illuminating sessions including regional analysis, insights on payments in BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China), an in-depth look at global acquirers and much more.
With a newly expanded education and conference schedule, speakers from the world’s top payments and technology companies, a sold-out exhibit floor, and 4,000 attendees from 1,000 companies representing 24 countries, TRANSACT 14 is the world’s gathering place to make connections with the biggest players in payments. TRANSACT 14 includes an expanded selection of educational opportunities with 8 conference tracks, increased trade show floor hours, and unlimited industry networking opportunities. TRANSACT 14 will offer three full days of programming, culminating in the biggest networking party in payments, the TRANSACT Party at the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay. These enhancements have been designed to showcase technical innovations in payments, provide ramp-up training for those new to payments, and provide a stage for networking and partnerships.
The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) is the global trade association representing more than 500 payments and technology companies. ETA members make commerce possible by processing more than $4.5 trillion in purchases in the U.S. and deploying payments innovations to merchants and consumers.