World Banknote Summit 22 – 24 November 2021 ONLINE

World Banknote Summit 22 – 24 November 2021 ONLINE


The World Banknote Summit has announced the main topics of the conference program as well as the first speakers. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the event will be held online.

The key topics of the agenda and the first speakers have now been published on the event’s website. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the World Banknote Summit 2021 will be held online from 22 – 24 November.

The agenda of the World Banknote Summit 2021 includes the following topics:

  • Covid-19: best practices in crisis management, key lessons learnt and the way forward
  • Demand planning for banknotes
  • Improvements in banknote circulation management
  • The impact of digitization on the use of cash
  • Security printing in 2030: an outlook
  • Digitization in the printing works
  • Case study: efficiency improvements in the print shop
  • Case study: transforming a banknote print shop into a technology provider

Organizer: Lighthouse Communications

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