PCM Money2020 EU Special – 2017

Payment Acceptance

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About PCM

The PCM magazine is powered by the Payments & Cards Network, a company providing recruitment services to the Payments, FinTech, and eCommerce industry worldwide, headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. It is our flagship product and reaches over 80.000 professionals in the Payments industry every month.

Each issue contains valuable insights delivered by experts and business leaders from the industry. Alongside Thought Leader articles and interviews, the magazine features presentations from the hottest start-ups, the latest events and conferences worldwide, and, of course, excellent job opportunities.

Our readers and clients are at the heart of PCMagazine. That is why we are constantly evolving our product and service offering to keep us exciting, relevant and useful. We rejoice over the opportunity to help you promote and grow your business.

Our Team

Amir Abdin
Founder & Editor in Chief

Amir is the creative brain of the Payments & Cards Network and heads up our marketing department. Having lived in several countries around the world he gained a lot of international experience on both a personal as well as a professional level. As the Head of Marketing, Amir is responsible for increasing brand awareness and managing the network. When he is not in the office you can find him enjoying Amsterdam's scenery or gaming with his friends.

Blanka Ligeti
Production Editor, Head of Creative

Blanka is from Hungary, Budapest. She graduated as a Graphic Designer and Cultural Manager. Most of her professional experience is in the cultural sector, where she organised art exhibitions and events. She has also worked as a Graphic Designer for over 5 years. In her free time Blanka loves to create art, such as paintings, drawings and combining artworks with digital elements. She also loves to put IKEA furnitures together.

Jessie Randhawa
Editor

Jessie grew up in Leeds, UK. She graduated in Liverpool with a BA in History. She joined the Payments & Cards Network team in 2017 as part of a marketing internship. She has fallen in love with Amsterdam and its culture, but is still terrified of riding her bike around the city. Outside of work you can find her travelling around Europe and eating at great restaurants.

Our Partners

Mondato logo

Mondato is a boutique consultancy specializing in the provision of strategic, commercial and operational support across the digital finance and commerce (DFC) ecosystem. Mondato is a subsidiary of HIP Consult, an independent management consulting firm grounded in the provision of commercial-side strategic support in emerging markets, with a specific focus on the telecom, financial services and energy industries.

www.mondato.com

MRC logo

The MRC (Merchant Risk Council) is an unbiased global community providing a platform for eCommerce fraud and payments professionals to come together and share information. As a not-for-profit entity, the MRC’s vision is to make commerce safe and profitable everywhere by offering proprietary education, training and networking as well as a forum for timely and relevant discussions. The MRC was launched in 2000 at the start of the eCommerce boom by a small group of industry professionals from leading consumer brands, with the ultimate goal of combating online fraud in the card not present space. Since its inception, the MRC has also added online payments to its portfolio, expanding its presence further into eCommerce.

www.merchantriskcouncil.org

EWPN logo

European Women Payments Network (EWPN) is network for women working in Fintech, Cards & Payments with an objective to inspire, empower and mentor women in payments to help them realise their full individual potential. EWPN does this through various programmes including:

1) Remarkable Women in Leadership
2) Mentoring programme
3) Millennials programme
4) Membership (Individual & Corporate)

www.ewpn.eu

Merchant Advisory Group logo

The Merchant Advisory Group (MAG) was founded in 2008 by a small visionary group of merchants in the payments field dedicated to driving positive change in payments through multi-stakeholder collaboration. Today, the MAG represents over 100 of the largest U.S. merchants who account for nearly $2.6 Trillion in annual sales at over 430,000 locations across the U.S. and online. Roughly $1.5 Trillion of those sales are electronic representing over 41 Billion card payments. MAG members employ nearly 11.5 million associates.

Mission: Driving positive change in the payments industry through collaboration and advocacy of merchants’ interests.

www.merchantadvisorygroup.org

Atlanta Trend logo

Atlanta Trend is a monthly newsletter for C-level executives in metro Atlanta, informing its readership on business and technology trends. Atlanta Trend also serves as the intersection of business and politics with its six times per year Atlanta Trend CEO Leadership luncheons. These luncheons keep the C-level community connected with each other as well as maintaining ties with Georgia’s governor, US Senators, House members and other senior political leaders who frequently serve as guest speakers.

www.atlantatrend.org

Contact

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Tel: +31 203 030 257
Fax: +31 208 208 295

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