Interswitch to Hold 2023 Techconnect in Five Nigerian Cities

September 5, 2023
Interswitch Techconnect

By Aduragbemi Omiyale

The 2023 edition of Techconnect, an event put together by Interswitch to provide valuable insights into the digital payments landscape in the country, will take place in five cities.

A statement from the organisation disclosed that these places are Ibadan, Port Harcourt, Enugu, Abuja, and Lagos.

Participants will get information about the latest trends and best practices within the payment ecosystem, while keynote speakers and others will deliberate on other topical issues.

The immersive event will feature keynote speakers and panel sessions that will provide valuable insights into the digital payments landscape in the country, spotlight trends and best practices within the payment ecosystem, and deliberate on other topical issues.

The Interswitch Techconnect 3.0 event serves as a platform for key stakeholders, partners, industry experts, business leaders, and potential clients to engage in insightful discussions, foster collaboration, and explore new opportunities within the digital payment space.

At the event, novel solutions from the stable of the technology company will be unveiled, with each product designed with merchants and customers in mind, tailored to boost operational resilience and to enable businesses to offer seamless banking experiences to their customers.

The Managing Director for Payment Processing and Switching (Interswitch Purepay), Akeem Lawal, said the firm organized the Techconnect event to bring industry players together to discuss salient topical trends with the aim of deepening the growth of digital payment in the country.

“We are thrilled to unveil the third edition of the Interswitch Techconnect series, which was established to drive the growth of the payment ecosystem as well as provide expert guidance to businesses to enable them to thrive,” he enthused.

He revealed that Interswitch would be unveiling novel solutions that speak to the passion points of its customers.

“With a commitment to innovation and customer-centricity, we are confident that these solutions will reshape the digital payment landscape, offering businesses and consumers alike a seamless and secure way to transact while also improving the bottom line for businesses.

“We look forward to insightful conversations and solutions that will be proffered at the events.” Mr Lawal remarked.

Aduragbemi Omiyale

Aduragbemi Omiyale is a journalist with Business Post Nigeria, who has passion for news writing. In her leisure time, she loves to read.

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