Many organisations in the payments arena are now attending Money 20/20. We are excited to announce that this year we will be representing Chip & PIN Solutions at the four-day prestigious payments conference which started on Sunday at the Venetian in Las Vegas.
Chip & PIN Solutions, founded in 2004, celebrates its 12-year anniversary today and where better to celebrate than Las Vegas at the world’s biggest payments industry event.
Over the past decade, Chip & PIN Solutions has established itself as the UK’s leading provider of card payment solutions and merchant services. Today, they are a multi-million pound turnover business, employing a team of over 100 staff in our UK headquarters and a trusted business partner to organisations across multiple sectors in the UK and Europe; including retail, hospitality, service and transport industries. Our customers contribute heavily to the economy and take billions in card payments each year.
The CEO of Chip & PIN Solutions, comments,
“I’m extremely proud of our achievements as a specialist payments business over the last 12 years; and I’m excited about our aggressive growth plans over the coming years. The one thing we take into our second decade is to never underestimate how fast the payment industry moves. Money 20/20 will be the perfect opportunity to network with key players and discuss our evolving range of payment services and global capabilities. We will be investing heavily into our resources, new products and payment technologies. Next week is about keeping abreast with global payment advances and developing new partnerships with International organisations.”
As well as engaging with global stakeholders, we are also looking forward to attending a variety of speaker sessions from worldwide industry leaders, defining the future of payments and financial services.
“For us as a company, there are a number of sessions that we will be focusing on.“ (CEO of Chip & PIN Solutions).
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