The international payments industry is in an exciting place with endless opportunities to innovate. It’s an important industry for the Philippines with so many people all over the world sending money there. According to the World Bank, in 2016 the Philippines alone received over $29.9 billion internationally from people sending money to the country. This money is estimated to be nearly 10% of the country’s total GDP.

Tech event in Manila with Remitly

The widespread use of smartphones, creative use of artificial intelligence and machine learning, and the advent of cryptocurrency creates immense opportunity to innovate in the space.

Next Wednesday, November 29, Remitly is hosting an event in Manila with featured speaker, Karim Meghji, Remitly’s Chief Product Officer. There he will discuss the latest trends and future of international payments industry and how mobile technology and artificial intelligence can impact international payments sent to and from the Philippines.

We hope you can join us, check out the event details below and register now here.

About the Event

  • What: The Future of International Payments: Innovation and Technology. Admission is free and refreshments will be provided.
  • Who: Hosted by Remitly with featured speaker Karim Meghji, Chief Product Officer at Remitly
  • When: November 29, 2017, 5:00 – 10:00 pm
  • Where: Venue: Ascott Bonifacio Global City Manila, 5th Avenue corner 28th Street Bonifacio Global City, Ballroom A

Reservation to this event is on a first-confirmed-first-served basis. To attend, please register here.

For more information please contact, or call 0977 826 0307.

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