On behalf of DonRiver Inc, each of our speakers, and all of the conference sponsors, I would like to thank all those that participated in the 4th Annual Mobile Money Canada Conference. This year’s conference was our biggest and best yet with over 250 delegates and 27 speakers from Canadian and international financial institutions, mobile operators, payment firms, consultancies, and more. Mobile Money Canada has once again served as an invaluable opportunity in Canada to share, learn, and develop the insights and relationships that will help to bolster the success of mobile money initiatives in Canada.
The Mobile Money Canada conference is almost here. With just a few days to go, we have over 200 confirmed attendees and 27 expert speakers and panelists.
This year’s conference is our biggest ever and it will take place at the Metro Toronto Convention Center on Tuesday September 25th, 2012.
With just over 2 weeks left until Mobile Money Canada 2012, the conference is approaching quickly. The event is taking place on September 25th at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, and if you are involved in any aspect of the
RBC, CIBC, & Visa to headline the Mobile Banking Track at the 3rd Annual Mobile Money Canada Conference, Sept 27th 2011 in Toronto Canada.Executives from leading Canadian providers of Mobile Financial services, RBC, CIBC, and Visa will headline the 3rd Annual Mobile Money Canada Conference’s Mobile Banking track. Mobile Money Canada 2011 will occur on September 27, 2011 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto, Canada.
I wanted to share some exciting mobile money news with you. The 3rd Annual Mobile Money Canada Conference will occur on September 27, 2011 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. If you are involved in any aspect of mobile money, this is going to be the event of the year in Canada.
2011 Mobile Money Forum – Event SummaryThe 2nd annual Mobile Money Forum hosted by Neotelis took place earlier this week on June 21st and 22nd at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Montreal. The folks at Neotelis did a fabulous job of pulling together key participants from within the Canadian Mobile Money ecosystem as well as experts from other parts of the world. The conference spanned two full days and covered key Mobile Money topics including Mobile Commerce, Mobile & Contactless Payments, Mobile Wallets, and Mobile Money Transfer.
Good day all, M-Com, a mobile banking and payments platform provider has been acquired by Fiserv. This is big news for the industry as both companies have hundreds of mobile banking deployments across the U.S.
Hi Mobile Money Folks,Hope all is well. I was forwarded a job posting that I thought might interest some of you out there. Scotiabank, one of Canada's largest and most international banks, is looking for someone to lead their mobile banking initiatives.
So where do operators actually drive revenue from in a mobile money project? The business case is built around a few main sources: 1) Commissions on Transactions: Probably the most obvious source of revenue is the commission that is paid by end users on each transaction. Mobile money service providers need to be careful of how they price these fees, since they should still be cheaper than traditional transfer services but high enough to warrant the investment in the service. The key to being profitable in this area is to drive a high volume of transactions 2) Subscription Fees: Another fee that can be paid by end users is a subscription fee for the service.