Overview

ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS

Cashless Society
Report 2018

Cashless revolution: where we stand and what remains to be done for Italy
In 2017, The European House – Ambrosetti has started the third year of activity of the Cashless Society Community, a high-level platform aimed at fostering the electronic payments diffusion in Italy.

 

Cashless Society – Report 2018

In 2017, The European House – Ambrosetti has started the third year of activity of the Cashless Society Community, a high-level platform aimed at fostering the electronic payments diffusion in Italy.

The analysis and proposals have been presented in a final Round Table on Thursday, April 5th, 2018 from 02:30 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. (the day before our annual Worskhop “The Outlook for the Economy and Finance”), at Villa d’Este in Cernobbio.
The event offered the chance of debate among the business community and the Institutions, in the spirit of team working and with the goal to develop actions for the benefit of the Country. During the meeting, the Final Report of the Community has been presented and some guidelines and proposals have been discussed to fill the gap of Italy on electronic payments.
Read the press release
Report 2018
Cashless revolution: where we stand and what remains to be done for Italy  (available only the italian version)
Executive Summary 
Conceptual map
Presentazione Cashless Revolution: a che punto siamo e cosa resta da fare per l’Italia
di Valerio De Molli

(available only the italian version)
Progetto pilota “Cashless Florence”: la roadmap per una Firenze cashless
di Lorenzo Tavazzi

(available only the italian version)



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