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(PT) BERLIN, GERMANY (November 2, 2015) allpago, the leading payment provider for the LATAM region, has been selected to take part in the ALPHA Track Programme at the Web Summit 2015 in Dublin.
The event takes place between the 3rd and 5th of November, 2015 and is one of the biggest Tech conferences, with over 22,000 attendees from over 110 countries, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to the most relevant Startups.
Some of the companies that have already participated in the Web Summit Programme include Vine, Coursera, Waze, and Stripe.
As a selected participant, allpago will be exhibiting at stand #D182 situated in the Downtown Area on Tuesday 3rd of November. This is a unique opportunity to share allpago’s story in front of the world’s leading investors, media and strategic partners, and also network with the most interesting companies within the industry by having access to partner activations such as workshops and roundtables.
Philipp Bock, CEO & Founder of allpago, said: “We are delighted to have been selected to take part in this programme, which aspires to help Startups showcase their expertise to leading investors and partners. It gives allpago great exposure to other industry talent, large corporations and future investors.”
The Web Summit is an annual technology conference held in Dublin, Ireland since 2010, providing a networking place for the upcoming and most relevant companies within the industry and connecting them to the world leading investors and customers.
allpago is the leading payment provider for the LATAM region. allpago provides the most relevant local payment methods through one API and one single platform. allpago offers the best conversion rates ensuring state-of-the-art technology and legal advice necessary for a successful e-Commerce operation in LATAM.
allpago enables start-ups to Fortune 500 companies to offer the necessary local payment methods in the LATAM market, which account for around 80% of their revenues. Current clients include Art.com, Intel Security McAfee, Paylogic, Sumup, Teamviewer and many other leading payment and digital companies.