FINTECH & WINE FIRST EVENT
The mobile payments space has been touted as the next big thing for some time now. For almost as long as the mobile device revolution, industry watchers have predicted that the ubiquitous nature of mobile devices signaled the end of the traditional wallet — that, soon, cash and credit cards would give way to a new technology embedded into our mobile phones.
So far, it hasn’t happened.
Don't get us wrong, the mobile payment revolution is coming — it’s only a question of when.
Join us for an afternoon where we will discover how mobile payments could shift the future, the current implementation of these payment systems in Spain and many more topics like: Do we need a mobile payment standard? Are mobile payment systems and overcrowd room? All of them will survive? Has startups any future in mobile payments or banks will become the major leaders?
Fintech & Wine events will be an informal events where our special guest will expose the topic through a thirty minutes talk, then all the assistants can join us in a Q&A session to debate around the mobile payments future. To close the evening, all the assistants could enjoy a nice networking drinking a glass of wine.
The event will be very reduced, we will invite 13 influential people one by one. The other 13 will be part of our Fintech Barcelona Community. We believe in smaller but more qualitative events to make it easier to talk to everyone and meet really interesting people.
This event will be the first of a different Fintech & Wine events we are planning about different topics during the next months.
If you wish to attend, please let us know why do you want to attend and the value you can add to the conversation in our RSVP, and we will get back to you soon.
- Jean-Louis Carrara, GM Europe at Mozido CorFire: Pay, Engage, Reward
- Oscar Sala, Innovation & Digital Transformation at Centre Transferencia Tecnològic de SILK
The wine that we are tasting today will be "Afortunado". This Verdejo wine produced following a late harvest from century-old vines grown on plots at an altitude of 900 m in Santiuste or Nava de la Asunción, where the grapes that give birth to Afortunado allow this verdejo to concentrate a sweet, fresh character. An aromatic impact of banana or pineapple and an enveloping finish. More info: http://bit.ly/28KlyJU
Thanks also, to Moritz to gave us the venue to celebrate the event.