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Stephane Dubois Interviewed by Brett King on Breaking Banks

Sep 18, 2015 By Kerry Langstaff Categories - Company News

Stephane Dubois

stephane dubois breaking banksListen to Stephane Dubois being interviewed by Brett King on his radio show Breaking Banks. It’s the August 27th episode also featuring Jesse Donogusker, Head of Hardware at Square, Robert Scoble, Rackspace Startup Liaison Officer, and Sam Maule, Consulting Manager at Carlisle & Gallagher Consulting Group.

Episode description: “Square changed the merchant accounts game, enabling millions of small businesses the convenience of card payments without the hassle, paperwork and fees that banks charge for merchant accounts. And they do it with beautiful design that enhances small businesses and doesn’t clutter their space or create waste. Today Brett King hosts Jesse Donogusker, Head of Hardware at Square to talk about the changing payments space, working with Applepay and the new Square NFC reader, and creating a payment ritual that encourages adoption of new payment practices. And the brilliant Robert Scoble joins us to chat about AI and how that is changing our world, including our money. Also, Stephane Dubois, CEO of Xignite, talks to us about the engine behind some of the most powerful fintech companies. And Sam Maule joins to talk about the Digital Finance Institute/ NextBank conference in Toronto- http://www.digitalfinancetoronto.com/ It is a full hour for #BreakingBanks!”

Listen to Breaking Banks on Voice of America

Kerry Langstaff

Kerry Langstaff

Chief Marketing Officer

Kerry Langstaff spearheads marketing and partnership efforts at Xignite. She is passionate about driving fintech innovation and has spoken at numerous fintech events around the world. 

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