Join David Gustin at Exchange Summit 2015 in Barcelona

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I have spoken at many conferences over the years, and people ask all the time what conferences to attend. The answer is always the same – it depends. A conference like Lendit can draw 2,500 people today, given the hysteria with all things fintech. Traditional lending conferences, however, struggle to get 1,000 at their annual events.

I find some of the best conferences come from when the material is focused and flows – they don’t try to cover the world. Instead, they come at it from a practitioner's point of view and minimize the number of consultants giving presentations.

The latter approach will be on display at Exchange Summit 2015, at which I’ve been invited to give one of the keynotes. Given the expectations and sophistication of the audience, the pressure will be on to deliver insights that matter. Vereon AG has created a business conference to connect experts and ideas. The program will include keynotes by:

  • Bruno Koch, market analyst, Billentis,
  • Tom Olavi Bangemann, senior vice president business transformation, The Hackett Group,
  • Dr. Ulrich Kampffmeyer, managing director, PROJECT CONSULT,

and inspiring presentations on topics such as:

  • World-class PTP and the Role of E-Invoicing
  • E-Invoicing in Public Procurement - the Opportunity and Challenges
  • Contribution of E-Invoicing to Fight Economic Crisis and Increase Transparency
  • Towards a EU Core Invoice Standard - CEN PC 434 PProgress
  • Impact of Platformisation (Cloud and E-Commerce) on P2P Processes

Take a look at the agenda.

More than 300 finance, accounts payable, procurement and IT professionals will be joining me in Barcelona, where they’ll learn from (and with!) innovative executives, analysts and practitioners in the industry.

If you are attending the event and want to meet up, contact me

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