Wexford Chamber is delighted to be working in association with AIB Bank, NetPay and the Irish Payment Services Organisation in bringing you a FREE Banking Technology Seminar on
Wednesday 2nd April
in the Wexford Golf Club, Mulgannon, Wexford
at 8am – 9.30am.
This event is intended to explain and simplify online/e-commerce transactions, demonstrate why they are becoming increasingly necessary and equip attendees with the tools they need to make the transition to online trading.
Presentations and topics to be covered include:
Andrew Briggs, Assistant Manager SME Automation Specialist at AIB Bank. View Andrews profile here. Andrew will speak about Innovation & Technology from a Banks point of view, and will be discussing customer service, technology & security from a customers perspective:
- Customer adoption of new technology
- Customer demand for mobile services and social media
- What are AIB’s digital capabilities/services
Hear why all banks have changed and embraced technology and most importantly, learn what the benefits are to the customer.
Russell Burke, Senior Advisor, National Payments Plan at Central Bank of Ireland and Head of Strategic Development at Irish Payment Services Organisation Ltd. View Russell’s profile here.
IPSO is the payments industry voice on a wide range of topics and issues including the National Payments Implementation Programme, SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area), payment cards, card fraud, chip and PIN, cheques, electronic payments and cash.
- An Overview of Irish Payment Schemes
- The National Payments Plan
- What’s in the Pipeline?
Carl Churchill, Managing Director of NetPay Group. View Carl’s profile here
NetPay is a provider of online and offline credit and debit card processing solutions as well as acquisition/merchant facilities.
Carl will speak about how intelligent card processing and merchant services can be used to run your business more efficiently, provide more accessible payment options to your customers and be used as a way to grow your business.
Why should you attend?
Irish consumers online spend is expected to grow by 16% per year between now and 2016, but action is needed if Irish businesses are to benefit. New media, digital developments and the Internet provides significant opportunities for Irish companies to get ahead of their competitors. Wexford Chamber is providing businesses with the support and expertise they need to engage in online trading.
Irish consumers currently spend about €3.7 billion per year online and it is expected to grow to €5.7 billion by 2016. However, only a quarter of current online sales goes to Irish businesses, and only 23% of Irish SMEs are trading online. International research shows that SMEs who adopt online trading grow twice as fast and export twice as much as their offline competitors.
Light refreshments will be served on arrival. Sufficient time will be allocated for questions and answers at the end of the event.
Booking: If you would like to attend this free seminar, kindly phone Wexford Chamber on 053 91 22226 or email email@example.com