Bernhard Mors
Bernhard Mors

Bernhard Mors

MEDIA CONTACT: Business Leader, MasterCard Communications

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VP, MasterCard Worldwide Communications
Bernhard joined MasterCard’s Worldwide Communications team in March 2012 after 5 years at the company’s European headquarters in Waterloo / Belgium, where he was responsible for the award-winning “One Month Without Cash” campaign and other strategic initiatives. In his current role, Bernhard is driving MasterCard’s corporate and digital initiatives. In his free time, Bernhard loves to explore New York and Connecticut with his young family.

e-mail: bernhard_mors@mastercard.com
phone: +1-914-249-2295

Recent Posts

In remarks today at the China Development Forum in Beijing, MasterCard President and CEO Ajay Banga outlined how public-private partnerships will be crucial to building the smart cities of the future and furthering the government’s social and economic development initiatives. This is the sixth consecutive year that MasterCard is participating in the invitation-only Forum, an annual …
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First-of-a-kind network aims to harness data analytics and technology to tackle emissions PARIS / FRANCE – December 3, 2015 – As heads of state gather for the COP21 climate talks in Paris, MasterCard and the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group (C40) today announced a partnership to connect Chinese and global megacities in a first-of-a-kind ‘Mobility …
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“City Connector” platform launches in Las Vegas – connecting consumers with local businesses through innovative couponing solution LAS VEGAS – June 30, 2015 – At the International Parking Institute annual conference, MasterCard (NYSE:MA) and Parkeon today announced the launch of “City Connector”, a unique couponing platform that delivers offers and services from local businesses via …
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Population growth and congestion in emerging market cities is fueling demand for ‘smart city’ technologies among consumers in Brazil, China, India and Singapore, according to a new report from the Future Foundation, commissioned by MasterCard. The report, ‘Connecting Cities: Mobility Unlocking Potential in Emerging Markets,’ finds that governments and citizens in some of the world’s …
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We believe that smarter city transit and travel can unlock a city’s potential and bring enormous benefits to business and citizens. We are joining forces with experts at the forefront of change, and some of the world’s largest cities, to create partnerships that have the ability to make the connected city of the future a reality now.

MasterCard announced a global partnership with Cubic Transportation Systems, a leading provider for smart city solutions across North America, Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific. The alliance is designed to help the millions of daily commuters around the world experience faster, more convenient and personalized ways to get around, tapping into the power of their mobile devices.

wagamama and MasterCard launch Qkr! with MasterPass for customers. See it in action here in a wagamama restaurant and listen to Richard Tallboy from wagamama explain why this innovation will benefit merchants and consumers

Using technology and insights to create a better transit experience – Over $200 bn in fares are still paid in cash To tweet this news, copy and paste http://news.mstr.cd/1LRMwNP to your Twitter handle with the hashtags #MWC15 and #WhatsNext BARCELONA – March 2, 2015 – At Mobile World Congress, MasterCard today announced a global partnership …
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