TodayPay Presents at Merchant Advisory Group Meeting

TodayPay was invited to present at the Payments MAGnified conference in Dallas, hosted by the prestigious Merchant Advisory Group (MAG). The MAG represents thousands of the country’s leading merchants – and their decision makers – who collaborate on the industry’s most pressing issues. Conference organizers invited TodayPay Founder, Jeremy Balkin, alongside Walmart’s Head of Payment Acceptance, Trent Addington, to lead a session on refunds for merchant attendees. The session was standing room only and the line of merchants waiting after the session to speak to TodayPay lasted half an hour.

“Refunds are an emotional, anxiety-producing experience,” said Jeremy Balkin during his remarks, “(and) it doesn’t have to be this way in the 21st century.”

The MAG organizers certainly captured the mood of the industry by prominently addressing the issue of refunds for merchants on the important first day of the conference. That set the tone for the rest of the industry agenda and highlighting refunds as a pressing issue for the industry. Walmart shared their number one call center reason code is “Where is my refund?” and Best Buy shared a similar data point during the session. Last month, TodayPay unveiled an historic refund research paper titled, Where Is My Refund? Understanding When, Where & How Consumers Want Their Money Back.

Refunds, often synonymous with frustration and inconvenience, emerged as one of the most common pain points felt by merchants at the conference. In fact, during merchant-only sessions the consensus was clear: the current refund process is broken for merchants. Merchants are frustrated with the way refunds are processed and the entire process is outdated and needs a transformation.

TodayPay is leading the refund revolution and the only company able to help merchants turn this problem into a winning solution.

TodayPay Presents at CES 2024

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) took place this week in Las Vegas, TodayPay was invited to present at this prestigious gathering of consumer and retailer technology leaders. CES is the world’s most influential consumer technology event, drawing in a staggering 130,000 attendees, 1,200+ startups within Eureka Park, and 4,000+ exhibitors all converging on Las Vegas. The event serves as a melting pot for partners, customers, media, investors, and policymakers from across the globe.

The CES tagline, “Where Business Gets Done,” aptly captures the essence of an event that unites the entire tech ecosystem under one roof. In the dynamic realm of technology, there’s an annual gathering that stands out as the epitome of innovation and progress. It’s therefore appropriate for TodayPay, the leading player in the refund payment solutions arena, to be invited and make waves at CES 2024, an event backed by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).

TodayPay’s presence at CES signifies a major shift in how refunds are finally being taken seriously by the retail merchant community and their consumers. “CES shares a commitment to pushing boundaries, embracing innovation, and contributing to the ever-evolving tech landscape,” said TodayPay Founder Jeremy Balkin. “We see a world where the future of payments is about speed, choice and certainty, end–to-end from purchase to refund transforming the way we transact and interact in the digital age.” 

CES is famous for setting the scene for which consumer technology themes will dominate the year ahead leaving a lasting imprint on the world of consumer behavior. Will 2024 be the Year of Refunds? TodayPay thinks so!

TodayPay Presents at Plug and Play Annual Summit

TodayPay was invited to present at the prestigious Plug and Play Annual Summit in Silicon Valley. Plug and Play, are a world leading innovation and VC platform connecting startups with 2500+ corporate partners. The event united some 300 startups with 3000 attendees from corporate clients around the world. 

Founder Jeremy Balkin delivered a compelling presentation to a highly engaged audience of VC investors, retailer, merchants, insurers and banks, all key customers and stakeholders for TodayPay. 

“The speed of a payment can change someone’s life” said Jeremy Balkin, “and that’s why I’m building TodayPay.” 

Our presentation highlighted our mission to revolutionize payments and refund processes across industries, generating an overwhelmingly positive response. Attendees expressed support, acknowledging the universal need for our Refunds as a Service™ solution.

Plug and Play’s extensive network of over 50,000 startups, 2,500 corporate partners, VC firms, and universities underscored the event’s magnitude. Being part of this diverse ecosystem was an honor and a shared commitment to driving impactful change through innovation. Plug and Play‘s goal to build the world’s leading innovation platform aligns perfectly with the TodayPay vision.

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