Mastercard Start Path Global Summit 2017
Join Mastercard Start Path at our third Global Summit and look “Beyond the Hype” of corporate and startup collaboration.
Let us help you cut through the noise and prioritize impact through engagement with 30 later stage startups.
This event will be an exciting opportunity to engage with our portfolio of later stage startup companies, hear from thought leaders, and network with Mastercard customers and partners.
|08:00||Bus departs Hilton Downtown Miami Hotel for Sacred Space (optional)|
|09:00||Welcome note & Start Path overview – Amy Neale (Vice President, Start Path)|
|09:20||MC Introduction – Emma Sinclair|
|09:25||Contributor 1 – Nick Bilton|
|12:35||Startup engagement case study – Dror Oren (Kasisto) and Tom McCabe (DBS)|
|13:05||Lunch & networking|
|15:20||Facetime (Partners & Startups)|
|16.50||The N26 story|
|17:05||Panel Discussion – Kiki Del Valle (Mastercard) and Catherine Chiang (Fitbit Pay)|
|17:30||Contributor 2- Troy Carter|
Nick Bilton is a Special Correspondent for Vanity Fair, where he writes about technology, politics, business and culture.
Troy Carter is known as being the brains behind Lady Gaga, John Legend and Meaghan Trainor, founder of startup Atom Factory, …
Tom McCabe is the US Country Head for DBS Bank Singapore and previously worked in Asia for 18 years.
Dror is Chief Product Officer & Co-Founder at Kasisto. In 2013, Dror co-founded Kasisto, a spin-out of SRI International.
AID:Tech brings social and financial inclusion to the world’s undocumented and underserved populations via digital identity based on blockchain technology.
Combining payments and foreign exchange into a single platform for easy cross-border transactions.
b.well serves personalized messages, suggestions, and challenges to healthcare consumers at the right time.
Big Data Scoring is a cloud-based decision engine that improves loan quality and acceptance rates through the use of external big data.
Online platform enabling credit card usage for recurring expenses even when the recipient doesn’t take cards.
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