Brussels, Munich and Las Vegas: SlimPay on the road!

SlimPay News | 22.04.2015

SlimPay on the road! In the last few weeks, our team have actively participated in several prestigious international events. From Paris to Brussels to Munich to Las Vegas, we have evangelized to many merchants about our SEPA Direct Debit solution.

These events are a great way to meet our clients and prospects, but also to make participants aware of the advantages of direct debit for any recurring product or service.

eShop Expo: Encounter with the Belgian ecosystem – Brussels, March 18-19, 201

Benelux is a target market in our international growth strategy, so it was important for us to participate in the ESHOP EXPO in Brussels. While there, we presented our expertise with regard to direct debit, in particular using our ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE solution.

Internet World: The German e-commerce trade show (“Die E-Commerce Messe”) – Munich, March 24-25, 2015

Direct debit payment is widespread in Germany, and this payment method is used by Germans every day to pay for electricity, telephone, Internet, insurance, digital content, etc. It should be noted that until the advent of SEPA, it was not common to collect a debit authorization in the form of a mandate during an online transaction.

Since the move to SEPA, many international players in the German market, who are also leaders in their own market, have been expressing a need for solutions recognized throughout Europe for collecting direct debit mandates.

Our participation to INTERNET WORLD was the opportunity to demo our know-how in terms of SEPA DIRECT DEBIT EXECUTION to key players in the german market.

MRC Vegas 15: The summit for international experts in payment and fraud – Las Vegas, March 23-26, 2015

It’s curious that the North-American conference for international experts in payment and fraud takes place annually in Las Vegas, a city with such a nefarious reputation…

Aside from that, MRC VEGAS 15 was an opportunity for us to present our SEPA DIRECT DEBIT platform to prestigious North American merchants for whom the European repeat custom market is a major business challenge.

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