MEDIA CONTACT: Group Head Communications, MasterCard Europe
Rose Beaumont is group head, Communications for MasterCard Europe. In this role, Rose leads MasterCard’s internal and external communications throughout Europe – focusing on delivering integrated communications solutions that drive MasterCard’s business performance, enhance our reputation and drive engagement and understanding across all audiences.
Prior to joining MasterCard, Rose was with The Walt Disney Company, where she was most recently executive director of communications for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Prior to that, Rose was director of communications for Yahoo! Europe. Rose also brings a wealth of experience from her previous roles as senior press officer at Nickelodeon and at several communications agencies where she worked for American Express, Anheuser Busch, Fruit of the Loom and HSBC. A passionate believer in the power of communications Rose's expertise lies in helping a brand connect with its many audiences in creative and innovative ways.
Rose is part of the European Management team and the Worldwide communications leadership team.
Ann Cairns, president International Markets, MasterCard, talks to CNN about the importance of new e-Card initiative with the World Food Programme for Syrian Refugees. By the year’s end, around 800,000 refugees in Lebanon will be using prepaid cards at participating local stores across the country. Prepaid cards reduce fraud, are more efficient, and importantly delivers …
Western Union Launches My WU Prepaid Card Jointly with Lottomatica (GTECH S.p.A) and MasterCard in Italy
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – October 16, 2013 – The Western Union Company (NYSE: WU), a leader in global payment services, together with Lottomatica and MasterCard today announced the launch of the My WU® reloadable prepaid card in Italy. Lottomatica, the brand through which GTECH S.p.A operates in Italy, is one of the most trusted and well-known …
Family lunch at the apartment of Syrian refugee Ali Ahmad Farhat with food bought with his new electronic card. Download the photo. View the news.
MasterCard is supporting World Food Programme (WFP) to roll out an innovative electronic payments programme in Lebanon that will allow hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees to meet their food needs. The initiative has been launched with a pilot in September in the southern Lebanese town of Nabatiyeh. With MasterCard’s technological support, by the year’s …
Background: • There are more than 1.97 million registered Syrian refugees, according to UNHCR data from 30 September 2013. Of these, there are: ο More than 773,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon ο More than 525,000 Syrian refugees in Jordan • UNHCR estimates that the number of Syrian refugees is projected to rise to 3.45 million …