FAQs

Questions & Answers
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What is Card Forum?
Card Forum is built exclusively for card and payment executives at the industry’s leading issuers, networks, retailers and innovators. Card Forum 2020 is designed to help you increase program performance to offset downward pressure on interchange, create loyalty campaigns that grow customer spend and engagement and stay well ahead of technological innovation.
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Who will attend Card Forum?
Card Forum draws 600+ professionals from across the cards and payments industry. Attendees are at the decision making level representing banks, credit unions, merchants, networks, processors and technology providers.
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Who are the organizers of the event?
Card Forum is brought to you by Arizent, publishers of PaymentsSource, American Banker, and Credit Union Journal and a number of other financial services industry publications.
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When and Where?
In order to do our part in maintaining the safety of our community, and our nation, we are cancelling the CARD FORUM event scheduled for May 18-20th.

Beginning in May, attendees will have access to the industry experts and conversations that were set to take place at CARD FORUM. In addition, we will be offering attendees access to the award-winning journalism at PaymentsSource for the remainder of 2020. Click here for more information.
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How can I register to attend?
Please reach out to Zachary Binns for more information on Payments Forum, where we will offer access to the industry experts and conversations that were set to take place at Card Forum.
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Who do I contact for speaking opportunities?
Please reach out to Ian McRae at (212) 803-8816.
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Who do I contact for Sponsorships?
Please reach out to Stacy Gellman at (212) 803-8841.
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For marketing, media partnership or press inquiries
Please reach out to Brent Hendrix at (212) 803-8369.