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Goode Intelligence announces 2019 NYC biometrics summit

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Goode Intelligence today announced that its Biometric Summit New York 2019 will take place on Thursday April 4 2019 at the Rise New York conference facilities on West 23rd Street.

The event, held in partnership with Rise New York and Barclays Innovation, is expected to bring together leading biometric technology providers with investors, buyers and technology integrators who have a strong interest in the latest innovation in biometric technology for a full-day summit that will include keynotes, presentations, industry-led moderated panels and networking reception.

“Biometric Summit New York 2019 is set to build on the success of our summit earlier this year in London,” said Alan Goode, CEO & Chief Analyst, Goode Intelligence. “Now with a full day of inspiring talks, seminars, panels, pitches and networking it will be a great opportunity for people at the forefront of innovation in the biometric industry to connect, share their experiences, to learn and, most importantly, to shape the conversation of the future.”

New research from Goode Intelligence predicts that there will be 2.6 billion people using biometric payments by 2023.

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