For a growing company to be able to tap into expert advice on fraud management, or cutting edge payments around the world – that’s powerful for internet retailers in the UK and around the globe
Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) April 20, 2012
Brian Weekes of PacNet Services, a well known international payment processing company, has accepted a speaking engagement at Internet World 2012 in London, 24-26 April.
Weekes, a career banking expert and VP of Business Development for PacNet Services Ltd, promises to teach e-commerce merchants 5 ways to improve international revenues through smart consumer payment strategy. The talk offers important insight on how payment strategy can affect sales, overhead and your bottom line when marketing at home or abroad, and is scheduled for Thursday, 26 April at 1:10 pm in the eCommerce Theatre.
Internet World is the UK's longest running, best attended and biggest annual event for digital marketing and online business. The show provides access to cutting edge information and services that help when planning and implementing online strategy. With over 12,000 visitors and more than 300 vendors in the exhibit hall, Internet World promises to be a vibrant show.
Weekes notes the importance of Internet World as a resource for e-commerce companies wishing to expand their business. “The expertise represented here is mind blowing,” says Weekes, “For a growing company to be able to tap into expert advice on fraud management, or cutting edge payments around the world – that’s powerful for internet retailers in the UK and around the globe”.
PacNet Services is an international payment processing company with representation on six continents. PacNet offers a diverse range of both traditional and electronic payment services for e-commerce, direct mailers, publishers and more. Some of the payment facilities offered by PacNet include credit card processing in 130 currencies, direct debit, EFT, ACH, check processing and bank transfer collection from the US, UK and around the world. PacNet also initiates outgoing payments by check and EFT for refunds, rebates, commissions and royalties in both major and developing markets around the globe.