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Looking forward to Money20/20

October 14 2016
Money20/20 features the hottest trends and most cutting-edge technology the payments industry has to offer.

Calling all developers to the 2016 Money20/20 Hackathon!

October 11 2016
What could you do in 24 hours to enhance the consumer purchasing experience? Worldpay is proud to return as a sponsor for the third annual Money20/20 Hackathon – the world’s largest fintech dedicated hackathon on Oct. 22-23 at The Venetian, Las Vegas.
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Retailers are Adopting the Guideshop Model

September 22 2016
As consumer preferences continue to change, retailers with brick-and-mortar locations are adopting new models to keep pace. One popular new model is the guideshop.
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3 Ways Retail Tech is Transforming the In-Store Shopping Experience

August 25 2016
The day-to-day role of in-store employees is changing as new advancements in retail technology become more readily available. Retailers can use innovative technology to perform routine operational tasks while employees spend more time focusing on customer service and providing the best shopping experience possible.
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Worldpay’s “Pay That Way” Report Reveals the Era of the Super-Shopper

July 27 2016
As shoppers begin to interact with retailers across more channels than ever before, their behaviors are beginning to change on both a geographic and demographic level. To provide insight on global online shopping behaviors, Worldpay surveyed 20,000 consumers from ten different countries for the 2016 “Why Do They Pay That Way?” report.
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How to boost business during Tax-Free Weekends

July 21 2016
Every summer, before the school year begins, participating states schedule a Tax-Free Weekend where consumers can shop at retail stores and receive tax exemptions on select items. Aimed to help families stock up on back-to-school gear, typical tax-free items include school supplies, clothing, computers, books and footwear.