The DigitalPayExpo 2023 is bringing industry-wide innovation into focus. The agenda features sessions on contactless payments, new technologies and the future of payment, cybersecurity, financial inclusion, and others.
The 23rd annual Payments conference will be held on the 7th and 8th of June 2023 in Eko Hotels and Suites, Plot 1415 Adetokunbo Ademola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos. Attendance is free for both the conference and the exhibition.
“Technology evolves rapidly, and the payments space is no exception. If we focus on what’s happening now, we’re already falling behind,” said Yinka Adeyemi, the Managing Director of Intermarc Consulting, the organizers of Africa’s most content-driven payment event.
“This year’s DigitalPayExpo is moving the industry forward by showcasing the innovations and disruptors that are changing the way we transact. We’re giving professionals, from merchants to payments networks and everyone in between, a chance to explore strategies for quick and efficient adoption of new payment technologies,“ he enthused.
According to him, contactless payment is one of the most exciting new applications to be launched in the payment world. Contactless payment is a unique advancement that has completely changed how people transact goods and services on the go. With the popularity of mobile payments, contactless credit cards, and other payment systems taking off in recent years,
it is clear that this trend will not be slowing down anytime soon. There is no doubt that some of the biggest innovations regarding merchant products and services being utilized in the industry have been around contactless payment solutions.
DigitalPayExpo 2023 is therefore designed to explore the future of contactless, which is already here.
The conference will dimension this all-important theme from the global perspective of what contactless means to world commerce and how the race to be contactless can be nurtured sustainably by the relevant ecosystem and stakeholders.
The conference will host the industry’s best to ensure you have all the resources and notes required to expand your imagination, insight, and creativity for contactless payment.
The first day of the Payments Summit will include thought-provoking keynote sessions from significant players in the industry.
The lineup includes Bello Hassan, Chief Executive Officer, Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC), Musa Jimoh, Director Payments System Management Department, Central Bank of Nigeria, Ademola Odeyemi, Managing Director/CEO Optimus Bank, Nigeria, Niyi Toluwalope Managing Director eTranzact International Plc, Deremi Atanda, Managing Director/ CEO Remita Payment Services, Chinwe Uzoho, Regional Managing Director, West & Central Africa Network International and mmanuel ObinneHead of Growth & Partnerships – West Africa BPC Banking Technologies.
The second and final day of the event will feature Malik Kotadia, Board Chairman, Global Impact FinTech (GIFT) Singapore, Daniel Awe, Managing Director Africa Fintech Foundry, Branka Mracajac, Chief Executive Officer 9PSB, Adedamola Giwa, Managing Director Jumia Pay, Nigeria and Obi Emetarom, Group Chief Executive Officer AppZone.
All payments industry leaders are encouraged to attend. This includes global and domestic payment networks, financial institutions, retailers, processors, mobile wallets providers, FinTech, and other payments industry technology and service providers