At PacNet, we prefer quality to quantity, and Internet World ticked our box
Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) April 25, 2013
Internet World 2013 took place April 23 - 25 at Earls Court 2 in London. Internet World is the UK’s largest event for online & digital business and aims to deliver the latest trends to professionals looking to develop their digital and online strategy.
PacNet Services, an international payment processing company that serves the transaction processing needs of multi-channel retailers worldwide, provided a strong presence both on the floor and through an educational seminar offering insight on payment strategy in global markets. Although this year’s show was noticeably smaller than last year’s turnout, the reduction in crowds proved beneficial to PacNet, as it meant more time to meet with new prospects. Brian Weekes, career banking expert and Head of Sales for PacNet’s European arm, notes, “We connected with a few really great leads and had some first class meetings with new prospects, so the show definitely met our expectations. At PacNet, we prefer quality to quantity, and Internet World ticked our box.”
Internet World is Europe's choice event for decision-makers committed to making a success of their business online through delivering a superior online offering with the use of the latest technologies and trends. Internet World attracts visitors from many departments within an organization - from board level strategists to the experts implementing projects - Internet World offers something for everyone.
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, cheque processing and bank transfer collection from the US, UK and around the world. PacNet also initiates payment disbursement by check and EFT for refunds, rebates, commissions and royalties in both major and developing markets around the globe.