MasterCard Participates in "Innovation Project" Conference in Boston

MasterCard Participates in "Innovation Project" Conference in Boston

Gary Flood and Ed McLaughlin Discuss the Future of Commerce at Harvard University on March 20th

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MasterCard executives Gary Flood, President Global Products & Solutions, and Ed McLaughlin, Chief Emerging Payments Officer, are headlining the inaugural "Innovation Project" Conference (Twitter hashtag #IP2013) organized by


Gary Flood will host a round-table (March 20th, 9:45 am) that features former U.S. Vice President Al Gore alongside a group of industry executives, debating the impact of technology in a world that is moving from cash to electronic payments.


Ed McLaughlin will join a panel (March 20th, 11:30 am) that is exploring changing consumer behavior as the physical and the digital converge.



As a technology company in the global payments industry, MasterCard values the opportunity to convene different players in the eco-system and to advance the dialogue how electronic payments enable everyday commerce, economic growth and financial inclusion.



Harvard University (Sanders Theatre), Cambridge/MA.



March 20th



Marcy Cohen


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Marcy Cohen, 914-249-2214

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