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Don Beckett
Finding the needle in the haystack - next generation tech. I invest in people & ideas that will change the way we interact.
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Don Beckett Nov 13
Replying to @szarnowski
Yes, it's one of the inevitable consequences of rapidly developing technology is that customers’ expectation will also change as a result.
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Don Beckett Nov 13
Hard to keep up with all the lies from ....A.K.A as
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Don Beckett Nov 13
Replying to @wirecard @facebook
One of the megatrends shaping in the demographics and rise of Gen Z. This emerging demographic doesn’t remember a time before , , and , and will influence other consumers.
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Don Beckett Nov 13
Companies are spending more on customer loyalty programs than ever before. One important reason is the role it plays in acquiring and retaining customers.
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Don Beckett Nov 13
The way people move around the urban environment is primed for dramatic change. New business models, as illustrated by organizations such as are changing traditional patterns.
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Don Beckett Nov 12
Replying to @wirecard @_MarkusBraun
These are setting our sights beyond what we see now and helping us look to the future. We’re seeing rapid changes to life, work, and society as every industry adopts to these emerging technologies.
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Michael Fisher Nov 11
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Urs Bolt | bolt.now 🇨🇭 Nov 11
When a maker becomes a bank – has the expected trimmings for a smartphone and device-maker: A retail channel for its products and internet services for its 300 million users. It's also becoming a bank. :
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Spiros Margaris Nov 12
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Mike Quindazzi ✨ Nov 12
Consumers say as the smarter, faster, and easier for some but not all activities >>> via >>> >>>
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Urs Bolt | bolt.now 🇨🇭 Nov 12
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Franco Ronconi Nov 12
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Mark Bullinger Nov 12
5) According to local laws, the local financial statements 2018 in Singapore should be close to completion. The annual financial statements 2017 and 2018 for Group are published with unqualified auditors opinions.
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Mark Bullinger Nov 12
4) As an existing operating issuer and acquirer should have a total of 12 months grace period to obtain their license from the moment the law comes into effect.
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Mark Bullinger Nov 12
3) should easily be able to meet all qualification criteria under the upcoming Payment Services Act and I have no doubt that MAS will issue a license to .
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Mark Bullinger Nov 12
2) participated in industry consultations that MAS has been running for well over a year on this matter and they are now undoubtedly familiar with the law and its implementation regulations as published by MAS up to date.
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Mark Bullinger Nov 12
Another slew of misinformation about from . 1) Singapore’s Payment Services Act (“PSA”) is expected to come into effect in January 2020 and will require all non-FI issuers and acquirers operating in Singapore to get licensed by MAS until mid-2020.
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Faisal Khan Nov 11
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SoftClouds Nov 11
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Don Beckett Nov 11
Replying to @_MarkusBraun
Fantastic...looking forward to this continuation of strong operational growth!
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