Nest in partnership with Visa is this evening – Wednesday January 25 – set to host a forum on the future of finance and technology at Mettā Nairobi (6F Belgravia Building at 14 Riverside).
The event dubbed #WhatsNext will bring together key players in the payments space to ask them, #WhatsNext?
Date – Wed 25 January 2017
Time – 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM EAT
Location: Mettā Nairobi, 14 Riverside Drive, Nairobi, Nairobi County
The speakers include:
Iqbal Hanif, Senior Director, Client Readiness & Support at Visa, who will deliver the opening keynote
The panelists are:
Zachary Kazzaz – Senior Director, Global Financial Inclusion at Visa
Nnana Enyi – Head of Switching and Security at Interswitch (EA)
Tamara Cook – Head, Digital Innovations at FSD Kenya
Agnes Muthoni – Group Sales Effectiveness & Marketing Intelligence at Letshego Holdings
Asif Khan – Head of Marketing at Java House Group
Moderator – Aaron Fu, Managing Partner Nest, Africa
#WhatsNext Series has provided a forum for startups, corporates, consultants, NGOs and other stakeholders in specific industries to come together and discuss what they see as the next big thing for their sector. This evening’s session will bring together key players in the finance and tech industries, with the panel sharing advancements, adoption, and application of technology in financial services.
The audience will consist of industry peers, banks, FinTech startups, corporations, NGOs, policymakers, investors, Mettā members and other stakeholders at the intersection of financial services, and startup ecosystem.
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