Payoneer leads webinar on digital transformation in APAC

The webinar will also highlight the region’s role as a centre for digital transformation.

Global payment and commerce-enabling platform, Payoneer, has announced that it will lead the charge in the upcoming webinar on digital transformation in Asia Pacific and how the region’s role as a centre for digital transformation is vital for business growth.

In close collaboration with Retail Asia, Payoneer is hosting a webinar  titled “APAC’s Digital Evolution: Digital trends that changed the world”.

In this webinar, Payoneer will discuss the trends that shaped the digital landscape and how omnichannel solutions will help shape the future in the digital world.

Payoneer will also lead the talks with other industry experts on how the commerce and digital payment landscape is rapidly changing and determine how businesses can leverage payments to fuel their growth globally.

The webinar will be held on September 14 2021, Tuesday at 2 PM (HKT/SGT). For more information please click on this link.

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