Embracing local payments to boost global commerce
The last 12 months has seen the payment industry locked in fierce debate over regulations, such as the second Payment Service Directive (PSD2) and the best routes towards a cashless society. However, one key factor has remained constant. Merchants continue to overlook the need to offer local payment methods when targeting international e-commerce markets, making all efforts to drive brand awareness in new regions redundant if local consumers can’t pay the way they want to.
Those who are interested in finding out more are invited to visit the PPRO construction booth “Build with PPRO” at Money 20/20, in Amsterdam from June 3nd to June 5th at stand #H60. This will give you the chance to learn about local payments worldwide, the payments landscape, and how PPRO not only reduces the “complexity of e-payments” but also offers some interesting value-added services to their partners.
At the event, you will have the chance to meet the newly appointed PPRO management team and discuss the new PPRO strategy, the core beliefs and the reorganisation and focus areas for the company.
In addition, PPRO’s CEO Simon Black will be taking part in a panel discussion on the changing payments value chain with Ron Kalifa from Worldpay, Melinda Roylett from Square and Sanjay Saraf from Yapstone, at the Commercial Galvanisation Stage, on Monday 3rd June at 11:30 am. This will certainly be a discussion not to be missed.
PPRO will be kicking off the event with an evening of good food, great drinks and insights into the payments industry at the Beach House, at Standzuid. Attendees are invited to drop by to connect with some of the brightest minds and leaders in the payment industry.
To book an appointment to speak with PPRO at Money 20/20 Europe, please visit: https://www.ppro.com/#events