The Quest for Cashless Society

The Quest for Cashless Society
Member Webinar: This is Session Three of a Five Part Series, brought to you by a partnership with PRMIA and the Silicon Valley Innovation Center.  In this session, our expert will discuss the shift from cash, to cash-replacement, to true cashless.  10:00 -11:00 AM ET

Presented by Mehul Desai
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
10:00 - 11:00 am ET
Session length: 60 minutes

This program is brought to you by a partnership with PRMIA and the Silicon Valley Innovation Center.

About This Member Webinar: 

Cash is a state-backed utility. Cash-replacement is a private endeavor, which cannot fulfill an exchange without loss of value.  This webinar will discuss the various guiding principles, and propose the building blocks, to achieve a true Cashless Society.

Registration Fee: 
Sustaining & SVIC Members $Free | Contributing Member $35 | Non-Member $75
Member Webinars in this Series (Registration for each session is required)
January 30: The Platformification of Banking, Presented by Ron Shevlin
February 6: The World of Fintech: Diving into 2018, Presented by Agustín Rubini
February 13: The Quest for Cashless Society. Presented by Mehul Desai
February 20: The Digital Banking Revolution, Presented by Luigi Wewege
February 27: The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Future of Business, Presented by Andy Zhulenev
About Our Expert:
Mehul Desai is the Managing Partner of MEDICI Advisory, a senior management and board level consulting practice focused on the FinTech industry. He has 25 years of experience in Information Communication Technologies and related applications worldwide, focusing on intellectual property, product development, business development, strategy and international operations.  He has done pioneering work in the field of secure personalized transactions, with focus on finance, retail, healthcare, and government services for mobile phone users, evolving the Digital Wallet, to a Mobile Wallet, to a Lifestyle Container.  Mehul is the author August of Money book, and co-author of March of Mobile Money. He holds a B.S. in Telecommunication Engineering and a M.S. in Engineering Management.
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2/13/2018 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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