2014 Mobile Payments Day

Mobile Payments Day is part of series of policy events hosted by ETA to discuss issues facing the electronic payments industry. We are pleased to join with the Merchant Advisory Group and theFederal Communications Bar Association to host Mobile Payments day on September 30th at The City Club of Washington.

Attendees will hear from mobile payment companies, retailers, and federal regulators like the FTC and the FCC, discuss their views on policy issues surrounding mobile transactions industry, opportunities and threats, security, consumer experience, EMV migration, tokenization, and breach. In addition to the policy discussion the event features a Tech Expo, where leading payment companies will showcase the latest technology in mobile payments.

DATE Tuesday, September 30
TIME 9:00am – 1:00pm / Program
8:30am – 2:00pm / Tech Expo
LOCATION The City Club of Washington
555 13th Street NW
Washington, DC 20004

 


PRELIMINARY AGENDA

8:30am EVENT / TECH EXPO OPENS
8:50am WELCOME / OPENING REMARKS 
Mark Horwedel, CEO, Merchant Advisory Group
Jason Oxman, CEO, ETA
9:00am PANEL 1 – MOBILE DEPLOYMENT IN THE US
This panel will address the current and future landscape of mobile payments in the US. Key considerations will be available technology, implementation challenges and opportunities, security and consumer behavior and preferences.

Ahold USA Inc.
First Data
Mercury Payments
PayPal
10:00am PANEL 2 – DATA SECURITY IN A MOBILE PAYMENTS WORLD
This panel will discuss how mobile payments innovation is enhancing security for consumers. Key considerations will be data breach, EMV, tokenization, authentication methods and P2P encryption.

Amazon
Verizon Enterprise Solutions
Visa
Walmart
11:00am PANEL 3 – CONSUMER ENGAGEMENT THROUGH MOBILE
This panel will discuss the ways in which merchants and technology companies are utilizing mobile commerce to enhance the customer experience in US commerce. Key considerations include the development of user-friendly mobile apps & wallets, mobile app engagement through geo-location and other technologies, and the integration of rewards in mobile commerce.

AT&T Services
Intuit
12:00pm LUNCH
12:30pm KEYNOTE – FTC COMMISSIONER MAUREEN OLHAUSEN
2:00pm EVENT / TECH EXPO CLOSES