Dear Friends and Colleagues,
Shoptalk 2019 has come to an end in Las Vegas, where the ComCap team had a packed schedule over three days, meeting with the top startups, strategics, and investors across the digital retail ecosystem. If you missed our Guide to Shoptalk, check it out here, and don’t hesitate to reach out to have your profile updated or to simply connect.
Today we are writing to let you know we will be at the Money 2020 Asia conference held in Singapore over March 19th – 21st, and to share with you our FinTech in Retail report, detailing our key Fintech themes and things to look out for in 2019 – especially regarding the intersection of payments with retail and Ecommerce.
Our goal with this report is to help increase transparency and communication between FinTech disruptors, as well as financial and strategic investors, particularly with regards to the digital retail ecosystem.
In this report we explore:
– How new financial technologies are improving user experience, security, and convenience across sales channels
– Why FinTech is increasingly playing a bigger role in retail, and how this trend will continue asmore consumers integrate digital devices into their shopping habits
– The New financial technologies that are improving user experience, security, and convenience across sales channels
– The state of FinTech funding, especially for payments, loyalty and other matters related to retail
– The impact of e-Wallets, which are expected to become the leading payment method in the future
– The alternatives to credit and debit cards now accounting for more than half of eCommerce transaction volume
– and much more
To schedule a meeting at M2020 Asia please email email@example.com
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