Experts to discuss financial inclusion at digital payexpo
Experts in the financial and technology landscape will be dissecting “Finclusion: Aligning Expectations with the (DES) Business Case,” at this year’s digital pay expo conference.
The expo, which is scheduled for July 9 to 11 in Lagos, is a yearly conference and exhibition which has evolved over the years, in response to the dynamic Nigerian payment industry.
The Digital PayExpo is one of the premier conferences in the digital payments space in Africa and has over the years aggregated key industry players both in the supply and demand-side to discus and showcase ways of promoting the financial inclusion agenda in Nigeria and other emerging economies.
Digital PayExpo serves as a platform, which highlight all the real, relevant and unique issues with a View of developing a blue print for a clear pathway for payments in Nigeria and Africa. This edition is designed and guaranteed to bring together acclaimed international speakers and decision makers in the digital space from various continents: Europe, Asia, America, Middle East and of course Africa.
The Digital PayExpo Conference and Exhibition event will attract thousands of participants seeking information, knowledge and market potential opportunities for their products and services.
The 2019 Digital PayExpo has a turnout of over 40 sponsors and exhibitors and over 1,000 delegates and over 16 seasoned speakers from financial organisations.
Financial inclusion, at its most basic level, starts with having an account (Financial Institution account or Mobile Money Market Wallet), but it’s doesn’t stop there people can only fully benefit when there is regular usage. In recent times we have witnessed incredible innovations in products and initiatives to support the delivery of financial Services promoting the uptake and usage of products and services and showcasing the business C386 for financial inclusion. The advent of Fintech has also propdkid development in the industry through synergies with financial service providers.
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