MALVERN, PA — Maeve McKenna Duska, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Strategic Development, USA Technologies (NASDAQ: USAT) will be a speaker at the upcoming Digital Money Forum at The Venetian in Las Vegas, Nev. during CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2019. Ms. McKenna Duska will be a part of the “Fintech Meets Techfin” panel, followed by a fireside chat on the future of unattended retail.
During “Fintech Meets Techfin,” panelists will discuss how new technologies including robochat, AI, voice, AR and VR, mobile payment and cashless technology, and biometrics are shaping the new face of traditional commerce.
Immediately following the panel, Ms. McKenna Duska will participate in a fireside chat discussing unattended retail, offering her insights into how self-serve payments are reshaping the industry, the cashless payment ecosystem, the rise of the interconnected shopper, and how consumers are adopting the unattended retail experience.
The Digital Money Forum brings together payments and technology leaders, creating a forum to discuss, debate, and discover the leading technologies changing how payments happen in today’s world. The conference will explore the disruption of the traditional cash-based payment systems and address the need of a global economy intent on buying, selling and paying anywhere, anytime and on any device. Prepare for a great debate on cashless payment systems, virtual currencies and the demise of paper currency.
Tuesday, January 8, 2019, 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. (PST)
The Venetian Hotel
Level 4, Lando 4302, Las Vegas, Nev.
For more details on the conference and for registration information, visit https://www.ces.tech/conference/Digital-Money.aspx.
Source: USA Technologies Inc, 100 Deerfield Ln Ste 300, Malvern PA 19355
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