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|15.30 – 16.00||Registration and coffee|
|16.00 – 16.10||Welcome||Anette Broløs, CFIR|
|16.10 – 16.35||Reinventing Finance||Anders Hvid, Singularity University and E-nettet|
|16.35 – 17.00||The battle for customer transactions, e-commerce and value added services||Per Harald Strøm, Nets|
|17.00 – 17.10||Break|
|17.10 – 17.35||The emergence of local/social commerce and implications for the payments experience||Dickson Chu, Living Social|
|17.35 – 17.50||Q&A|
|17.50 – 18.00||Closing Remarks|
|18.00 – 18.30||Networking and refreshments|
About the agenda
Information technology are creating the possibility for new business models. We are seeing this across the board. Finance has for a number of reasons been slow in changing – high barriers of entry, highly regulated, highly profitably, highly entrenched. But the current players are all build in the industrial economy. The possibility for starting over on a blank piece of paper, creating all new business models born in the information economy is amazing. Finance is the hottest area of start-ups at the moment.
With this talk I like to explain some of the dynamic behind exponential growth and then walk through a number of new start-ups explaining why the are different. As a part of the talk, I will tell my own story about Singularity University and how I have translated the many new possibilities in co-founding a new start-up called Shareleap.
Anders Hvid is a business developer at e-nettet A/S, co-founder and owner of shareleap, and the Singularity University ambassador to Denmark.
The battle for customer transactions, e-commerce and value added services
How do customers want to pay and how will banks and other companies want to differentiate themselves in the future market. It requires active choice to not fall behind in race! The talk will be based on two major surveys that Nets have made in the Nordic countries recently.
Per Harald Strøm is Senior Vice President of Corporate Innovation at Nets. There isn’t a day that goes by where Per hasn’t thought of new ways to improve the Nordic and Danish payment infrastructure. And in the centre of it all is Nets.
The emergence of local/social commerce and implications for the payments experience
Dickson Chu is Head of Merchant Solutions at LivingSocial. Before that he was Managing Director at Citi working on Google Wallet and before that Vice President at PayPal. So Dickson knows what to look for in finance innovations.