Digital Payments and the Diversity of New Solutions
The emergence and adoption of digital payment solutions are key to financial inclusion strategies, offering individuals and businesses alike easier and convenient payment choices and increased transparency which helps increase trust. Trust is the main driver of business growth and can help SMEs get easier credits as banks can use credit histories, thus helping the business climate advance further. Of course, business growth can only take place by offering the customer the preferred payment method and the road from emergence to popularity depends on delivering what consumers need in an ever-growing technologized society.
In global trade, diversity matters and payments are no exception. Diversity plays a key role within the financial ecosystem itself to make it possible to design innovative and socially-oriented solutions. To create impact, businesses need to make informed decisions based on the latest initiatives and trends in the industry, thus being able to spot the opportunity and reap the benefits before everyone else.
Overall, long-term sustainable economic development can only be achieved with supportive financial literacy initiatives and projects meant to educate individuals and businesses on the functioning principles and mechanisms behind successful strategies.
Join us in Johannesburg for the Digital Payments and the Diversity of New Solutions panel discussion. African Women in FinTech & Payments (AWFP) panelists will explore these key aspects, with a particular focus on:
• Digital payments: exploring opportunities
• Empowering economic growth by making informed decisions
• Role of financial literacy
• Role of digital payments in advancing women-owned businesses
• How digital payments can ensure the growth of local businesses