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August 29 - August 31, 2016 | Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel

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Announcing Blockchain Training!

By now you’re probably familiar with the term "blockchain", and some of the services it’s projected to disrupt: payments, remittances, corporate audits, electronic medical records, etc. And you've likely seen the fury of interest in the technology from large banks like JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Citi making strategic bets, as well as venture capital firms that have invested of over a quarter billion dollars in the last 12 months alone. But how well do you really understand the technology and how it can be applied to address real challenges? Are you just following the hype, or are you able to think critically to master the opportunity?

This training program on Monday, August 29 will provide you with a baseline understanding of what "blockchain" means, how the technology works, and the various types of blockchain platforms. The program is intended to empower executives with the understanding they need to leverage this powerful technology for real results, while also providing an overview of the strategic landscape, including how notable market players and regulators are viewing the technology. Please join us and see how the blockchain can change the way you do business.

 

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Who Should Attend

The Mobile Payments Conference is a great opportunity for any professional that wants to discuss the impact that the mobile experience has on their business. During the Mobile Payments Conference, we discussed the full life cycle of the mobile topic. The discussion reviewed how to maximize a company's relationship with their consumer adding more depth and color to their profiles. We also explored how mobility evolves communication and effectiveness overall even in non-sales areas like field and corporate management. So feel free to come to our 2016 conference and explore how companies and their static environmental solutions will continue to be challenged through mobility as we target where our consumers are going and not where they are.