Registration is still on-going for tech/payment enthusiasts who desire to attend the maiden edition of Interswitch Connect 2017.

The conference which holds on the 14th and 15th September 2017 at Landmark Event Centre, Victoria Island Lagos is themed “Digital Transformation Imperatives: Innovative Evolution or Disruptive Innovation”, and promises to excite Africa’s tech/payment ecosystem, bringing ideas and much debated concepts on the 4th industrial revolution to life in deep and powerful conversations and sessions.

Experts and speakers such as renowned global selling author and host of “Breaking Banks” on voice America, Brett king; Global Payments Innovation Jury organizer, John Chaplin; Stephen van Coller, a member of MTN group executive committee and also former Chief Executive at Barclays African group.

Interested attendees should visit www.interswitchconnect.com to register and secure seats for themselves at the event.

Other distinguished speakers such as Founder & Executive Vice Chairman of CWG Plc Austin Okere; co-founder of Flutterwave, Iyinoluwa Aboyej, Head, Digital Financial Service & Mobile Payments at KCB Bank Group, Edward Ndichu, Director for Friesland Campina WAMCO Nigeria PLC, Adewale Arikawe, Executive Director for Retail Banking at FCMB, Olu Akanmu, Chief Transformation Officer at MTN, Olubayo Adekanbi, co-founder and CEO of Paystack, Shola Akinlade, CEO for Kantar TNS East Africa, Aggrey Maposa, Technology and business leader at Fio Corporation, Bayan Quandil, Co-founder of Lagos, Nigeria-based Paga Jay Alabraba, this first of its kind conference promises to be the tech/payment event of the year.

For more information, visit www.interswitchconnect.com.

 

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