Global B2B Landscape
Opportunities and Challenges in the Global B2B Landscape
In this session, Vincent reviews best practices in the U.S. for B2B payments, and asks, "Are these transferable to the rest of the world?" And if best practices can't be replicated entirely outside the U.S., is there a lowest common denominator or are markets just different? Through a review of B2B payments practices in different markets around the world, attendees will gain insights into potential opportunities and pitfalls for their organization as they consider international B2B expansion or standardization.
|What do you get?
Link to recorded webinar (expires 30 days after purchase) through the GoToWebinar solution and copy of the presentation slides.
||It is best-suited for individuals already familiar with Commercial Cards (Purchasing, Travel and Fleet), such as intermediate and advanced level program managers.|
||This presentation is approximately 60 minutes in duration. |
|Original Presentation Date:
||November 7, 2012|
||You must be the purchaser of this presentation to earn 0.25 point toward CPCP initial eligibility or recertification. |
About the Speaker:
Vincent Eavis, Senior Partner, PayTech
Vince is a senior industry veteran who began his career in credit management with GE Capital in Europe before moving to Diners Club Europe where he was responsible for Lodged Product Business Development. As Managing Director with Citigroup—Commercial Cards & Public Sector Cash Management, EMEA—Vince significantly grew Citi's global Commercial Card business before joining PayTech Consulting in January 2009. In his consulting role, Vince undertakes work for Visa, banks, global corporate clients, and third-party TMC's, EMS providers and data consolidators. He is currently a board member of ACTE Centre of Research & Education.
Overall Feedback: On a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being best, this webinar received an average overall rating of 3.8. Submitted evaluations from attendees of the live event reflected an overall rating of "good" or better.
- Good speaker, knowledgeable and easy to listen to. From a content perspective, I wish he didn't run out of time at the end, as those slides looked interesting. Less time could have been spent at the beginning on the U.S. market. Really liked the slides pertaining to "receptivity."