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A Cyber Monday Hangover Remedy for PYMNTS Readers – Free Access to Today’s Live Discussion for our PYMNTS Mobile Commerce Insider Series at Noon EST

Does Cyber Monday have you tuckered out? In the spirit of the holiday season, we know you are all on the hunt for not only a great deal, but also a fun shopping experience, which forces retailers to constantly challenge their thinking and devise creative ways to reinvent shopping experiences, both online and in-store. And with mobile technologies harnessing the power to reinvent, disrupt and reinvigorate the physical point of sale – where more than 90 percent of all commerce transactions take place today – we couldn’t think of a better way to kick off the holiday season into high gear and dish with our Insiders for our live discussion taking place today at Noon EST – and wait, did we mention… this month’s Mobile Commerce Insider Series edition is complimentary for our readers!

A Cyber Monday Hangover Remedy for PYMNTS Readers - Free Access to Today's Live Discussion for our PYMNTS Mobile Commerce Insider Series at Noon ESTToday’s discussion, moderated by our very own Karen Webster, Market Platform Dynamics CEO,will feature expert insights from Patrick Gauthier, Head of Product Strategy and Business Operations for Retail Services at PayPal and Nadia Shouraboura, CEO of Hointer, formerly with Amazon, and dig deep into the technologies at the heart of the revitalization of the shopping experience to share how retailers are using creative technologies this holiday season to drive new cost efficiencies and value for both retailers and their customers.

To sign up for free access for today’s webinar and our December report, please email Pam Bittner, and she’ll be sure to get you the good stuff.

We hope to “see” and hear from you virtually at today’s live discussion, so get your questions ready for our Insiders!

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