Speaker profile – Stuart Ballan – How to choose a Payment Processor. Does your processor have the S-Factor

We are proud to announce our newest confirmed speaker, Stuart Ballan, who will be among the keynote speakers of the “Recent developments in Central Europe” panel at the CEEGC 2016 which will take place in Budapest on the 20th of September 2016.

Stuart Ballan has over 25 years of B2B business experience, a personal sales track record in excess of $150m, and is Head of Sales, (Middle East), for Counting House, a UK FCA, and Canadian FINTRAC regulated, global payment processing company. He’s been immersed in the Gaming, Lottery Messenger, Binary Options, Forex, and the Payments industries for the last 8 years, and is a regular speaker and industry writer. He’s also the founder and organizer of the Global Lottery Messenger Forum, (GLMF), the Lottery Messenger industry’s only annual conference, now in its fourth year.

Most recently, via a number of published articles and conference presentations, asking “does your payment processor have the S-Factor?”, Stuart has been challenging the decision process for choosing a payment processor; emphasizing the severe risks for being ill-informed.

Previously, Stuart was Sales Director at Dragonfish (888’s B2B arm), ran his own outsourced sales company for 10 years, and sold complex solutions to the Aerospace and Automotive industries.

Originally from England, Stuart has lived in Israel for the last 18 years. He holds an MBA from the Kellogg-Recanati Executive MBA Program, is a published children’s book author and a keen off-road cyclist.

Stuart recently wrote that “Even though from a distance, many payment processors might look the same, under a magnifying glass, whilst some clearly overlap, you’ll soon see that others are diametrically opposite, whilst many are somewhere in between.”

Since the choosing your payment processor is a vital part of you business development and can even increase your incomes if you are already running an established operation, we invite you to join us in Budapest for this important presentation which will give start for the “Recent developments in Central Europe” panel that is scheduled to begin at 12:00(Budapest local time).

Be sure to save the date and secure your ticket to the CEEGC 2016 Budapest, which will be held on the 20th of September 2016 at the Hilton Westend City Budapest Hotel in order to hear the “How to choose a Payment Processor.  Does your processor have the S-Factor” presentation in a panel which also features Jaka Repansek(The online gambling industry of Slovenia and its opportunities).

The conference provides an efficient way of meeting new and prospect clients in the special networking session and sit down lunch.

Special reports and exclusive updates will be given by the top 20 speakers of the industry and the event is limited to 150 delegates to maximize the engagement among the peers.

The tickets can be purchased at an Early Bird rate of €200 by 19.08.2016.

Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us on +40 735 559 234 or by mail on organizers@ceegc.eu.


Order your ticket(s) here:

First Name (required)

Last Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Company Name (required)

Vat number (if registered in an EU member state)

Address Line 1 (required)

Address Line 2 (required)

City (required)

Preferred Payment Method: (required)

Number of tickets: (required)

Please answer the question below, in order to prove that you are human: (required)

By ordering a ticket on this page, you are entering into an agreement with EEG Media under the following Terms and Conditions.

After completing the form, you will receive an Invoice. This invoice you can conveniently pay by BANK TRANSFER. Or, by clicking on the link at the bottom of the invoice you can also pay online with VISA, MASTERCARD, SKRILL, NETELLER, BITCOIN or PAYPAL.

3 comments on “Speaker profile – Stuart Ballan – How to choose a Payment Processor. Does your processor have the S-Factor”
Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *