It’s no surprise that the gig economy is booming, but despite this, the way we disbursement payments to gig workers remains relatively stagnant. So what about gig workers do we need to know? How can we improve the way we pay, track and disburse funds to an on-demand workforce?
Payments Canada’s annual “Summit” is easily one of the biggest payments conferences in the great white north. And with over 90 speakers, 40 breakouts and 1.8K delegates over two and a half days, it can seem overwhelming. So as we gear up to attend the conference ourselves, we thought we might as well share with you what we’re most excited about seeing at this year’s Summit!
In the face of increasing fintech competition and innovation, shouldn’t customers always be the number one priority? Don’t get us wrong, we strongly believe that the most successful payments businesses are those that learn to innovate and operate creatively within regulatory and compliance frameworks. Some see it as a stifling environment – we see it as a challenging one. But it becomes less challenging when the focus is less internally focused, and more oriented towards the most important part of any business: the customer.