ETA | Electronic Transactions Association

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PayTrace / May 2017
Apriva / March-May 2017

Events

TRANSACT: Powered by ETA, is our annual meeting and tradeshow that attracts 4000+ attendees every spring. The Strategic Leadership Forum is the idea sharing, strategy-focused event for the C-suite scheduled in the fall, and several TRANSACT Tech events are held in technology hubs around the U.S. to learn about the latest in technology and payments. These meetings, in addition to our one-day events on Capitol Hill, enable attendees to meet with other key decision-makers in the industry, gain new insights and explore the latest products and services.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

TRANSACT Tech ATL

June 20, 2017 • Georgia Tech

TRANSACT Tech is a one-day event where leading-edge banking, retail and FinTech companies come together with innovative startups and venture capitalists to further business connections, build strategic relationships and secure new opportunities.

FinTech Policy Forum

September 14, 2017 • Google DC Offices

At ETA’s annual FinTech Policy Forum, industry leaders, Members of Congress, and regulators will discuss the intersection of technology and public policy on such topics as privacy, data protection, Internet of Things (IoT), mobile technology, online small business lending, the continuing convergence of traditional and new players and helping the underserved.

Save the Date

October 3-5, 2017
Laguna Cliffs Resort & Spa
Dana Point, CA

Upcoming Industry Events

July 18-19, 2017
Chicago, IL

September 27-28, 2017
Rancho Mirage, CA

PAYMENTS FLY-IN ON CAPITOL HILL FOR ETA MEMBERS

ETA is hosting our annual Payments Fly-In for ETA members on September 13 in Washington, DC.

This is a great opportunity for ETA members to meet with Members of Congress who serve on the two Congressional Payments Caucuses as well as federal regulators to discuss issues facing our industry and providing insight into how our industry works.