Online-to-Offline Commerce: From Asia to America and Back

February 6, 2018 – Tokyo, Japan

ATTENDING COMPANIES

Some of the largest payment platforms in Asia reach over 500 million consumers and are embedded in social media platforms and messaging apps and they don’t use payment cards.

The largest online commerce platforms in North America are re-deploying as offline and in-store consumer experiences. While some of these approaches may seem counterintuitive, leading global companies are successfully cherry picking the best digital capabilities and scale technologies including card-linking, artificial intelligence to create completely new and seamless consumer and merchant experiences. This conference explores emerging global technologies and trends that are blurring the line between online and offline commerce. Hear from pioneers in digital commerce on the evolving landscape of data analysis, biometrics and artificial intelligence.

We encourage Non-Member companies to attend our conferences, but there is a one-time attendance policy in place. You may attend a CardLinx conference as a Non-Member only once.

LOCATION:
ANA InterContinental Tokyo
1-12-33, Akasaka Minato-ku
Tokyo 107-0052 Japan
Main Line : +81 (0) 3 3505 1111

MEETING: 8:30 AM to 12:45 PM
LUNCH NETWORKING RECEPTION: 1:00 PM

SPEAKERS

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Cassie Boutelle

Head of Loyalty Products, FIS

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Doo Lee

Chief Marketing Officer, Samsung

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Toru Kawahigashi

Managing Director, Sumitomo Mitsui Card Co., Ltd.

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Victor Lang

Co-Founder and COO, GINI

New Era of Shopping with Tech

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Lou Dong

CEO, Japan Foodie

PAST SPEAKERS

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Kirsty Rankin

SVP, Global Loyalty Group Head – Mastercard

Keynote: Leveraging the Connected Home as a New Commerce Platform

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Ken Hirschman

VP Strategic Alliances – Rakuten/Ebates

Keynote: From Online to O ine: The New Age of In-Store Offers

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Sang Ahn

Chief Commercial Officer – Samsung Pay

Keynote: Mobile Wallets, Offers and the Internet of Commerce Things

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Joey Lewis

Director – Hilton Worldwide

Panel: Merchant Perspectives on Card-Linking and the Internet of Commerce Things

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Ken Kubo

President – Sumitomo Mitsui Card Company

Keynote: From Cost-Center to Driving Revenue; Using Payments and Card-Linking for Competitive Advantage

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Wade Hobbs

SVP, Bank Amerideals – Bank of America

Panel: Card-Linking 2.0: The Future of Card-Linking

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Neal Bernstein

General Manager – Microsoft Earn

Keynote: Microsoft Lessons Learned About Customers Engagement and Card-Linking

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Mary Ku

Director of Product Management – Facebook

Keynote: The New Age of Digital Commerce, Facebook Perspectives

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Doo Lee

EVP, Chief Marketing and Analytics – Samsung Card

Keynote: Digital Marketing Partners; Asian Card Issuers as Digital Platform for Commerce

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Marushka Bland

Director, Payments Marketing – Whole Foods Market

Keynote: Beyond Volume: Card-Linking and Customer Engagement

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Arvind Ronda

Global Head of Emerging Products – Discover

Keynote: Big Data & Attribution: The Essentials of Digital Commerce

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Dale McCrory

VP, Digital Commerce, Loyalty and Offers – First Data

Keynote: New Technologies for Offers in Payments and Digital Wallets

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

For CardLinx Member companies, passes to conferences hosted by CardLinx are usually included in your annual membership fee. If your company is not a member of CardLinx, you may still attend CardLinx conferences, but a registration fee will apply. If you register 30 days before the conference or earlier, we honor an Early Bird rate of $750 per registrant. The full registration fee is $1,000 and applies to all registrations received within 30 days of the conference date. Non-Member companies are limited to attending one CardLinx conference.