HEDNA 2019 Innov8 Xanderpay Mike Carlo

Mike Carlo is Founder and Chief Executive Officer at XanderPay, which focuses on payments in the hospitality sector. Mike also serves on the board of directors of HEDNA. Prior to this, Mike had worked for 12 years in leadership capacities in a few global payment companies, including GlobalCollect (now Ingenico ePayments), WEX, Transpay and Onyx CenterSource. Earlier in his career, Mike founded and ran a start-up in the food industry, worked at PriceWaterhouseCoopers and started his career in financial planning at Continental Airlines. He has an MBA and BA from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. Mike lives in Los Angeles.

HEDNA (Hotel Electronic Distribution Network Association) is a not-for-profit trade association whose worldwide membership includes executives and managers from the most influential companies in the hospitality industry. Founded in 1991, HEDNA’s mission is to be the leading global forum for advancing hospitality distribution through collaboration and knowledge sharing. Its vision calls for HEDNA to be known for creating an environment that fosters strategic collaboration toward business development in the global hospitality industry. For more, visit www.HEDNA.org.

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