Millennials & Generational Preferences around Payment & Paycards

Monday, April 3rd
Lone Star B
11:30am – 12:30pm
Intermediate

Martin Armstrong, CPP, MBA, DBA, VP, Payroll Shared Services, Time Warner Cable
Steve Byrnes, Specialized Sales, Prepaid Business Development, Visa
George Mavrantzas, Director of Special Projects, Global Cash Card

Session Description

The Center for Generational Kinetics and Global Cash Card led a landmark national study that looked at Millennials and generational preferences around payment, pay cards and workforce trends. The study findings revealed surprising generational differences and emerging trends that will affect businesses of all sizes and in all industries. These trends are only going to accelerate as Millennials are now the largest growing generation in the workforce and increasingly taking on managerial and leadership roles. As payment and pay cards are the currency of commerce, this study is proving essential for executives to know in order to make key business decisions across their enterprise.

Learning Outcomes:

  • How and why millennials are impacting how payments and paycards are being used today
  • Identify workforce trends that highlight millennials specific usage demands in regards to payments and paycards
  • How and why the landscape has changed for payment and paycard demographics (unbanked, underbanked, underserved, millennials)