NFC World partnerships — A guide for industry suppliers

This 12-page guide provides full details of NFC World’s readership, explains how we work side by side with our partners to educate the market and details the benefits we offer to our partners in exchange for supporting our work.

Cover: "From MagicBand to Ocean Medallion: Using interactive devices to unlock next-generation guest experiences"

From MagicBand to Ocean Medallion: Using interactive devices to unlock next-generation guest experiences

The world’s largest leisure travel company is introducing a new cruise experience that makes use of the Ocean Medallion, a small, in-house designed device that supports both NFC and Bluetooth Low Energy and acts as a guest’s key to a wide range of personalized, next generation services on board the company’s cruise ships.

What's New in Payments, Volume Two

What’s New in Payments, Volume Two

This second volume of What’s New in Payments features in-depth articles on the mobile payments market in China, the rise of mobile money, the potential of mobile-only banks, the bank of the future, the role of the IoT and artificial intelligence in payments, the retailer wallet opportunity, the market in Russia and the challenges and possibilities created by Europe’s new PSD2 regulations.

Connected living: How the IoT and AI will change the face of payments

Connected living: How the IoT and AI will change the face of payments

The Internet of Things (IoT) has the power to completely transform the in-store payment and shopping experience and retailers must now ask themselves how they can use this technology to bring new and meaningful experiences to their customers, says Wirecard’s executive vice president of mobile services Jörn Leogrande.

What's New in Payments

What’s New in Payments

This 104-page special report from the NFC World team examines the latest payments trends and technologies from around the world, with veiws from Starbucks, Pizza Hut, Barclaycard, Swatch, Frost & Sullivan, CaixaBank, ABN Amro, Nordea and more.

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