Chaiti Sen
Chaiti Sen

Chaiti Sen

Business Leader, Worldwide Communications


Chaiti Sen is a business leader on Mastercard’s worldwide communication team. In this role, Chaiti delivers communications on technology and data innovations emerging from Mastercard Labs and helps to strengthen Mastercard’s brand as a technology leader.

Before joining MasterCard, Chaiti was at IBM where she was the worldwide communications lead for its storage division. Prior to that, Chaiti managed grassroots, product and lifestyle communications for General Motors across East Coast. Chaiti is passionate about creative story-telling and her expertise lies in telling brand and product stories both traditionally and digitally.

e-mail: chaiti_sen@mastercard.com
phone: 917.408.2912

Recent Posts

2KUZE gives farmers access to more buyers, enables them to run a more profitable business and paves the way to a cashless agricultural sector To tweet this news, copy and paste: #2Kuze will deliver a mobile payment solution to East Africa’s farmers #MastercardLab http://mstr.cd/2j8bcKg Nairobi, Kenya – January 17, 2017 – Mastercard today launched 2KUZE, …
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Chatbots to Provide Partners with New Ways to Engage and Deliver Compelling, Personalized Experiences to Consumers; Mastercard Bot for Banks will be First Available on Facebook Messenger NEW YORK, N.Y. and LAS VEGAS, Nevada – October 25, 2016 – Today at Money 20/20, Mastercard announced its plans to launch artificial intelligence (AI) bots that allow …
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Six commerce startups selected to participate in virtual accelerator SANTA CLARA, Calif.  – October 12, 2016 —Silicon Valley Bank and Mastercard have selected six startups to participate in Class 5 of Commerce.Innovated., a virtual accelerator designed to help commerce, payments and fintech startups grow their businesses. The six startups will go through the four-month virtual …
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The API platform provides easy integration with Mastercard payments, data and security solutions NEW YORK, N.Y. – September 28, 2016 – Mastercard today makes it even easier for developers to create next-generation commerce solutions with the launch of Mastercard Developers. This single gateway enables Mastercard partners to access a diverse range of Application Programming Interfaces …
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Applications from commerce, payments and fintech companies for Class 5 of the accelerator will be accepted through July 10 SANTA CLARA, Calif. – June 14, 2015 – Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and MasterCard invite startups from across the United States to apply for Class 5 of Commerce.Innovated. through July 10, 2016. Commerce.Innovated. is a four-month, …
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Pizza Hut Restaurants Asia P/L to pilot commerce-based application of Pepper to deliver a range of new in-store consumer experiences PURCHASE, N.Y. and PARIS, France – 24 May, 2016: MasterCard today unveiled the first commerce application for SoftBank Robotics’ humanoid robot Pepper. The application will be powered by MasterPass, the global digital payment service from MasterCard …
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Four Commerce Startups Selected to Participate; Receive Operational Mentorship SANTA CLARA, Calif.  –– February 9, 2016 —Silicon Valley Bank and MasterCard have selected four startups to participate in the fourth class of Commerce.Innovated., a virtual accelerator designed to help commerce startups grow their businesses. From mobile lending to instant authentication and identity checks, the new …
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Announced at CES in Las Vegas, MasterCard and Coin signed an agreement to enable payments in a wide array of fitness bands and smart watches by Atlas Wearables, Moov and Omate.

Developed in partnership between MasterCard and Maytag, Clothespin simplifies the way consumers do laundry by using their smart phones to pay, check for available machines, and receive notifications when cycles are complete.

Pay with Your Ringly

January 8, 2016 14:57 | Industry News

MasterCard believes consumers should have the freedom to shop using the device or thing that is most convenient to them, including smart jewelry from Ringly.