What’s new at Payments 2020? Why should you attend? Whether you’re from a financial institution, government or corporate organization, fintech solution provider, or a payments industry legal counsel, you should explore why you need be at the conference that offers world-class payments education and networking opportunities.
New Main Stage Event
Watch and Feel the Excitement
The Payments Connection
It may not be the Love Connection, but it’s the Payments Connection! Audiences are sure to enjoy a new event on the main stage that makes the match between a business and one of five fintech solution providers. Who will make the best connection with trending payments industry solutions? Hosted by professional corporate comedian Adam Mamawala, this event is sure to be one to remember.
Two New Educational Session Tracks
Hear about the
flow of information
Innovations in Information
Payments is much more than the ability to exchange funds. In fact, the messaging that flows with payments, allowing receiving parties to reconcile data and use the information to better enable business practices, is what truly makes electronic commerce a thriving business. Sessions in this track focus on information flow and exchange of messages with payments, process improvements, and enhanced capabilities by using information with payments.
Listen to the stories
Practical Strategies, Real Results
Sessions in this track focus on topics related to organizational goals, sound business practices, systems modernization, payments convergence and implementation planning for products, services and processes. Content includes research results, proven ideas and solutions, and future approaches to evolving workplace and industry needs.
Three New Educational Formats
Propose your questions
These sessions allow the attendee to submit questions to speakers — either in advance or in person — to ensure the speaker addresses the topic in a way that answers top-of-mind questions. Attendees will use the conference mobile app to answer polling questions in advance of the session so that speakers may demonstrate how well they know the audience. Polls will also be used during the session to allow speakers to "quiz" the attendees about the topic of the session.
Help Facilitate Discussion
Similar to Quizbowl sessions, the use of audience-supplied questions helps facilitate discussion during the session. Audience members will be invited to drop a question in a bowl on stage and, following the brief presentation, speakers will draw questions from the bowl to answer and engage in conversation with co-presenters and audience members to explore the answers and how the conversation relates to the topic.
Participate on your feet
This highly interactive format essentially involves voting with your feet. Using a session room set in table rounds presenters will introduce the over-arching topic of discussion with a short presentation including questions that will be answered during the session. During the presentation two or three subtopics will be introduced and audience members will be asked to proceed to the section of the room pertaining to the subtopic of most interest to them.
New audience-focused learning
venue in the exhibit hall
This new area on the exhibit hall floor brings together industry stakeholders for an environment of learning, networking, and exchanging of ideas on valuable topics specific to a targeted audience. These groups will include fintechs, corporate end users, payments professionals with five years or less experience, small-to-medium sized financial institutions and government agencies.
New for legal professionals
Attorneys can Earn CLEs and Register at a Discounted Rate
Payments 2020 now offers legal professionals the opportunity to earn CLE continuing education credits. First time attending the conference? Register at a reduced fee of $995! Contact email@example.com for more information.
Kelley Drye is the CLE Accredited Provider for Payments 2020 and is an accredited provider of NY, IL, CA and TX CLE. Continuing legal education sessions will offer California, Illinois and Texas general credits and New York non-transitional credit only. In accordance with the requirements of the New York State CLE Board, this non-transitional CLE program is not approved for newly-admitted attorneys within the first two years of admission to the Bar. Participants can attend the CLE eligible sessions only for no charge, however, you will not be permitted to attend any other conference sessions or events. If you’d like to register for the CLE programs only, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.