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The Cash Cycle Seminar is just around the corner, taking place Feb. 24–26 in Istanbul, Turkey. This seminar is the EMEA currency event to attend, with more than 220 delegates from more than 95 organizations and almost 30 countries currently registered.
What is drawing them to Istanbul for this seminar? The credibility of ICCOS is known around the world due to its regional seminars (Americas, Asia and EMEA) and its strong focus on bringing best practices, innovation and diverse presentations to the seminars.
Combining presentations from every stakeholder in the cash industry, ICCOS has established itself as the premier seminar for commercial cash management, distribution and circulation.
Taking a closer look at the upcoming seminar in EMEA, there are presenters from the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey, Banca d'Italia, TAB Gida (retail food chain), Bantas, SecurePost, Turk Ekonomi Bankasi, VTB24, and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, to name but a few.
Sessions will cover topics such as "The Impact of Payment Innovation on Consumer Cash Use," "A 360° View of Cash Management for Cash Handling Devices," and 'Retailer's View of Efficiencies in Retail Cash Management."
These presentations, along with two dynamic panel discussions, will ensure that all delegates have a chance to learn and engage in a tightly focused event attended by top regional and international industry leaders.
The sponsor breakout meetings look just as interesting, covering a wide range of topics from "The Death of the High Speed Sorter?" by Glory Global Solutions; to "Guardian Polymer Substrate: A Practical Guide to a Long Life in Cash," by Innovia Security.
Others include "A Multi-Currency Economy of Excesses," and "Cyprussed—Who's Next?" by IMX Software; "Could You Run High-Speed Trains on 20th Century Tracks?" by Giesecke & Devrient; and "Enterprise Cash Management in a Multi-Channel Future," by NCR.
If you have yet to register, make sure to do so now and join your industry peers in learning, networking and engaging in the industry.
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