When the P20 Conference gets underway this week at the Atlanta History Center, an award-winning media team will be on hand to provide in-depth coverage of the event’s first appearance in Atlanta.
ATLANTA JOURNAL CONSTITUTION – The city of Atlanta will play host to Payments 20, a conference of the elite electronic transactions companies and regulators from the U.S., England and Canada in what’s been dubbed by organizers as the “Davos of payments.”
MARKET WATCH – This year’s conference will bring together the world’s most influential leaders in payments technology, top U.S., U.K. and Canadian government officials and regulators to discuss the future of the global payments industry. Former British Prime Minister David Cameron will be the featured speaker.
As the world’s leaders in payments and FinTech prepare to gather in Atlanta for the P20 Conference, momentum for the event has been driven largely, and increasingly, by women. Many P20 board and sponsor companies – and the organization itself – feature significant roles occupied by female leaders.
MONEY INC. – The financial services industry is in the midst of one of the most profound shifts in history. Traditional banks – which have existed since the 18th century – are colliding with technology, making payments and banking more sophisticated and convenient with advancements in mobile payments…
METRO ATLANTA CEO – Executive Director of the American Transaction Processors Coalition H. West Richards talks about the mission of ATPC and the impact of the FinTech industry in Georgia.
BUSINESS RADIO X – Eileen Nebhut with P20 (Payments 20) Eileen Nebhut is vice president of P20. Based in Atlanta, she cultivates partnerships across payment and fintech companies plus the government and regulatory arenas, which includes frequent travel to London, P20’s sister city.
ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE – Georgia is a center for movie production and Atlanta is often called the Hollywood of the South, but another industry with deep roots in the Peach State brings in revenues that are just as impressive. Atlanta is the payments processing capital of the world. Over seventy percent of all payment transactions go through Georgia’s “Transaction Alley.”
ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE – Atlanta is a hotbed for young fintech companies that are putting down roots and growing. From start-ups to organizations looking to expand their reach from Europe to the U.S., Atlanta is a thriving market.
ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE – The growth of the payments industry in Atlanta has generated the creation of organizations and events to support, educate and drive the industry forward. Since it was formed in 2013, the American Transaction Processors Coalition (ATPC) has not only served as a voice for the industry in government, but also a booster of Atlanta as a place to do business.