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Embracing challenges & opportunities in the digital banking space

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA – Join South Africa’s most reputable financial and technology service providers such as Barclays Africa, FNB, BankservAfrica, Bytes, Experian, ABSA to name a few who have registered to attend this year’s thought-provoking Digital Banking Conference 2017.

With challenges and opportunities that come with digital banking, it becomes vital to keep up with new trends and technology which drive customer behavior and the way they interact with their bank. Being a step ahead with the latest strategies and innovation gives leverage to banks to compete effectively and grow within the digital landscape.

Attending the Digital Banking Conference 2017, delegates can expect to be engaged by top-class speakers who are experts and will share some valuable information, strategies, innovations, and trends in the banking and digital space.

Trade Conferences International brings you the Digital Banking 2017 taking place on 19 & 20 July 2017 at the Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg, the conference will tackle challenges, trends and latest innovation. The event will target professionals dealing with mobile financial services, mobile banking, mobile payments, applications and programme developments, self-services banking, channel management, branchless banking, contactless payments, fraud, technology, digital banking and more.

 

Digital Banking Conference 2017 will address the following key topics within digital banking such as Artificial Intelligence in banking, building trustworthy digital banking APIs, exploring digital banking opportunities, digital banking trends 2030 and beyond to name a few.

For more information, contact the project manager: Xavier Dipedi: xavier@tci-sa.co.za

For speaker opportunities, contact the project manager: Xavier Dipedi: xavier@tci-sa.co.za

For exhibition and sponsorship opportunities tailored for you, contact Marketing, Communications & Operations Coordinator: Jason Joseph: Jason@tci-sa.co.za

Alternatively, call (011) 803 1553

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