European Women Payments Network Conference Returns

Bigger and better event planned for unique annual conference –50% discount on early bird tickets available before 31st August 2018

Following a hugely successful inaugural event in 2017, October 2018 sees the European Women Payments Network (EWPN) conference return to Amsterdam.

The only pan-European Conference specifically focused encouraging and supporting diversity in FinTech and payments, the EWPN Conference will take place at the Tropen Museum in Amsterdam on 16th October, following an awards ceremony and dinner on the evening of 15th October. A 50% discount is available for tickets booked before 31st August 2018.

Featuring an impressive list of speakers, the conference is set to be even bigger, better and more valuable to all attendees. Speakers include the Director of Payments at Netflix; Head of Unit Clusters, Social Economy and Entrepreneurship at the European Commission; Director General of the Emerging Payments Association; and the Head of Financial and Business Services for the City of Amsterdam. Sponsors include ACI, Attra, Credorax, Paypal and Paysafe.

Martha Meghendi-Fisher
Martha Meghendi-Fisher

The European Central Bank, European Banking Authority, BrightTALK, Currencycloud, Payments & Cards Network and Western Union Business Solutions are also represented on the list of over 40 expert and inspiring female speakers from across the FinTech market. Topics to be covered in interactive panels, deep-dive workshops and plenary sessions include The Digital Revolution, Mental Health at Work, FinTech Funding, Financial Inclusion & Women – The Unbanked Woman and Fostering Diversity in FinTech.

Martha Meghendi-Fisher, Founder of the European Women Payments Network commented: “EWPN is committed to creating a more diverse and inclusive industry which celebrates and supports women’s achievements across the payments ecosystem, bringing together women from all EU/EEA member states, working in FinTech and payments.

“Our 2017 conference had a greater impact that we had expected and we are excited to be counting down to our second conference in October.  We aim to create a positive arena where women can come together to discuss issues relating to Women in FinTech Leadership and inspiring future generations of girls into the sector.”

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