Contactless Intelligence Announces Winners of 2013 Contactless & Mobile Awards

The global appetite for contactless technologies shows no sign of abating as the 2013 Contactless Intelligence Contactless & Mobile Awards honour achievements across a wide range of sectors and countries throughout Europe and further a field. Now in its sixth year, the Contactless & Mobile Awards (sponsored by Visa Europe) has yet again attracted a… Read More

Brits hate to queue. New research says we blow our top in under 11 minutes

The typical British adult can stand queuing for 10 minutes and 42 seconds before their patience starts to fray, according to research published by the Payments Council. Indeed, the stereotype of patiently queuing Brits is becoming a thing of the past, with eight in ten UK adults (83%) turning to virtual alternatives, from shopping online… Read More

Busker can now take credit cards

We’ve just learnt that music fans will be able to reward a London busker by credit card, rather than throwing cash into a hat in a drive to promote “contactless” technology and raise money for charity. Peter Buffery, a student at Kingston University, south-west London, will use a specially-designed guitar for passers-by on London’s South… Read More

Agenda announced for 5th Contactless Intelligence Spring Conference and Contactless Monkey Awards (CMAs) 2011

The powers that be have released the agenda for the Contactless Intelligence Spring Conference 2011 and we have great pleasure to be putting this out on the weblog and twitter feed first. Having cast my eye over the topics I think that next years event is shaping up to be the best ever held. But… Read More

Submit a speech idea for the Contactless Intelligence Spring Conference 2011

Submit an Abstract to speak at CISC 2011 XThe organisers of the 5th Contactless Intelligence Spring Conference (CISC) are delighted to open the call for papers for next year’s event which is to be held in London on April 14th, 2011. We therefore invite potential speakers to submit an abstract for consideration, especially those individuals… Read More

CISC 2010. Gone, but too good to be forgotten, just yet.

Posted by Karen Brindley, Managing Director, Krowne Communications (UK) Ltd. X This will read like a school field trip report, but after all those months of preparation, the CI Spring Conference (29th April) is finally over – and what a great day it was. A whopping 20% increase of registrations from last year and despite… Read More