In Person

How consumer spending trends could impact regional economic development plans in Canada

Sean McCormick
Director of Business Development, Moneris
Thu, Oct 3
Time of Session
11:30 am
Sean McCormick
Director of Business Development, Moneris

Data driven decision making has played a crucial role in cities and municipalities overcoming various challenges. A data-driven focus can help extract insights, allocate resources effectively, and keep up you’re your region’s changing economic development needs. 

Helping to revive communities through data.

  • As our economic conditions change – how do you use data to adapt?
  • Where do residents live and where they like to shop?
  • Regional and national insights used to assist in making decisions relating to business development and public policy.

Moneris is Canada’s largest provider of innovative solutions for mobile, online and in-store payments, processing more than one in three transactions. Serving businesses of every size and industry, Moneris offers hardware, software and solutions to help transform the way Canadian retailers grow and operate, in payments and beyond.

For more information, visit moneris.com and follow @moneris

Moneris Data gives you access to comprehensive insights on consumer behaviour trends at a national, provincial, or local level, and provides Economic Development teams with a look at where your customers live and where they like to spend.

About the Speaker

In Person

Sean McCormick

Director of Business Development, Moneris
Sean McCormick is an expert in consumer spending data. Sean joined Moneris in 2015 and is the Head of Growth Strategy for Moneris Data Services which enables private and public sector organizations to use payment data to improve their economic forecasting capabilities and inform your economic development strategy.
Speaker Bio

Sean McCormick

Director of Business Development, Moneris

Sean McCormick is an expert in consumer spending data. Sean joined Moneris in 2015 and is the Head of Growth Strategy for Moneris Data Services which enables private and public sector organizations to use payment data to improve their economic forecasting capabilities and inform your economic development strategy.

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