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

Today, more than 50% of the world’s population lives in cities. While crowding and congestion can make it hard to move around urban areas, MasterCard believes that smarter transit and travel solutions can bring enormous benefits to business and citizens. That’s why we partnered with the Future Foundation to find out what global thought leaders had …
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For half of all Americans, a family vacation is around the corner – yet an overwhelming majority (89 percent) is plagued by the amount of time and effort required for planning a successful trip. According to an Omnibus survey commissioned by MasterCard, American families are most stressed out about: Getting to, from and through a …
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MasterCard survey reveals that 50 percent of Americans wish they could redo a past family vacation. For more information, please view full press release.

Recently, MasterCard hosted organizations such as Girls Who Code, MOUSE, Per Scholas and the YMCA of Greater New York who are committed to advancing STEM education. Together with the Taproot Foundation we set a Pro Bono challenge that included MasterCard employees to come up with strategies to help these non-for-profits reach their target audiences more effectively. …
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With thousands flocking to Austin this weekend, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is encouraging attendees to #DoGood by taking a picture of themselves and tweeting about it. For every “selfless selfie” shared via Twitter using the hashtag #DoGood, MasterCard will donate a month of school meals for a hungry child through WFP. “66 …
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