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Ingenico wins three awards at the G20 Marketing & Innovation summit

Leaders League gathered 600 executives of major French firms and delegates from 80 start-ups in Paris on 17 May for the G20 Marketing & Innovation Summit. These companies' excellence in the fields of marketing, innovation and transformation was honoured for the first time.

Ingenico Group did particularly well with three innovation prizes including the Best innovation protection award, acknowledging our intellectual property and innovation management processes.

Ingenico Group also received two silver awards in the following categories:

  • Best disruptive innovation, for its TapHero solution;
  • Best innovation with a societal impact, for its charity fundraising solution on connected screens.

We are very happy that Ingenico won three innovation awards at the G20 Marketing & Innovation summit.’ said Michel Léger, Innovation Executive Vice-President at Ingenico Group. ‘These three awards acknowledge the transformation undertaken by our Group in recent years, which places us among the leaders of the digital economy in the payment acceptance industry. In this sector, our innovation department, Ingenico Labs, is able to focus on such topics as IoT, artificial intelligence or conversational commerce to integrate payment into tomorrow’s usages.’

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Michel Léger (VP Innovation)

TapHero / Discover Ingenico's Contactless Payment Solution for Mobile Devices

Charity / Discover Ingenico Group's multi-payment connected screens

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