From in-app purchases and same-day deliveries to digital currencies and mobile payments, technology is transforming the way people discover, shop and pay for stuff. Code Commerce Series brings together leaders from retail, tech and payments to explore what’s working, what’s not and what’s next.
Following last month’s sold-out inaugural event, Recode returned to Las Vegas for the second edition of Code Commerce Series, October 25, 2016, at The Venetian, during Money20/20.
Hosted by Recode senior editor Jason Del Rey and executive editor Kara Swisher, the invitation-only evening event featured three hours of unscripted interviews and networking with some of the best minds in commerce.
October 25, 2016
For over 100 years, Steelcase has helped create great experiences for the world’s leading organizations, across industries. We demonstrate this through our family of brands – including Steelcase®, Coalesse®, Designtex®, Details®, PolyVision® and Turnstone®. Together, they offer a comprehensive portfolio of architecture, furniture and technology products and services designed to unlock human promise and support social, economic and environmental sustainability. More information at http://www.steelcase.com/
Visa Inc. is a global payments technology company that connects consumers, businesses, financial institutions and governments in more than 200 countries and territories, enabling them to use electronic payments instead of cash and checks. Offering a diversified portfolio of payment products, Visa links nearly 14,100 financial institutions, tens of millions of merchant locations and more than 2.4 billion cards. More information at http://www.visa.com
To apply for a media credential for Code Commerce, please complete the following application. There are only a small number of press passes given out and an application/submission does not guarantee a pass.
MEDIA, RECORDING & PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY
The Code Commerce stage is on the record for journalistic and editorial purposes. Journalists may quote anything the speakers and executive producers say onstage in stories or blog posts. Interviews that occur offstage in the hallways or at social gatherings are subject to whatever ground rules are agreed upon between parties at the time of the interview.
Still photos, taken from your seats, are OK. We ask that you do not use flash so as not to distract or annoy the speakers or others in attendance. Do not stand or crouch in the aisles or near the stage, as this interferes with our official show photographer, whose photos will be posted online for use by members of the media.
Finally, video and audio recordings are strictly prohibited, as we consider the audio and video content of our stage to be copyrighted. Similarly, while we respect fair-use reprinting of short text quotes, we do consider full transcripts of the conference to be our intellectual property.
This policy applies to all conference attendees.