PYMNTS.com will host its Innovation Project 2014 conference from March 19-20 at Harvard University, bringing together more than 50 executives and visionaries from the world of payments.
More than 35 C-level speakers will host 75-minute interactive panels moderated by one of the keynote speakers on mobile commerce and payments innovation. Topics will include payments security; the future of physical currency in a changing payments market; changes in the financial services industry; the impact of technological advances on the physical retail industry; and many more.
Keynote speakers and panelists at the event will include Souheil Badran, the senior vice president and general manager of Digital River World Payments; TabbedOut CEO Alex Broeker; NACHA President and CEO Janet Estep; Mark Lavelle, the senior vice president of strategy and business development at Paypal; VeriFone Americas President Jennifer Miles; Chase Merchant Services CEO Mike Passilla; Moneygram CEO Pam Patsley; Jennifer Shasky Calvery, the director of the U.S. Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network; Monitise Americas President Lisa Stanton; Tom Tobin, the general manager of financial crime risk management at Fiserv; and others.
Project visionaries include FTC Commissioner Julie Brill, Fox Business News anchor Liz Claman, “The Power of Habit” author and reporter Charles Duhigg, former TESCO CEO Terry Leahy, Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter and David Wolman, the author of “The End of Money” and contributing editor at “Wired” magazine.
More information on the event can be found at The Innovation Project’s website.