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Daniel Chatelain

Daniel Chatelain is a Payment and Fintech industry executive focused on innovation and sitting on the board of directors or advisors of emerging companies. He started The BayPay Forum to help foster innovation in payment and commerce. He is the CEO of PayKademy: Payments are difficult, Learning them shouldn’t be.

 

PayKademy is the new school to learn Payments. Payments are more and more an integral part of a business and few people understand the competitive advantage that you get when you understand the complete ecosystem, how it works and its pricing models PayKademy provides courses in-person, on-site and online with a careful selection of instructors, experts in the industry and a particular attention to keep the students engaged with their instructors being face to face or online as well.

 

The BayPay Forum is a member based organization that gathers today over 15,000 executives from thousands of companies and that organizes events for its members to understand the new trends in innovation in payments and commerce in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Toronto, New York, Paris, London and Luxembourg.

 

Prior to that, Daniel was CEO, President & COO of companies he started as an entrepreneur or within the Lagardere (Elle, Woman’s Day, Car & Driver, Hachette, Canal Satellite) and EADS group (Airbus, Ariane, Eurocopter) and Vice President of a VC backed companies giving him a wide experience of growing companies domestically and internationally in the banking, telecom and interactive media industries as an entrepreneur, corporate or VC backed senior executive. Daniel is a Mentor at 500 Startups, Plug&Play and French Tech.

Courses by this teacher

Name Level Release Date
Latest Trends in Fintech from Silicon Valley and Elsewhere 05/12/2018
The World is Split (English) 09/03/2018
Globetrot Commerce - Africa 11/27/2018
The World is Split (French) 03/02/2019

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