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  • Since 1958, Visa has pioneered payments innovation. Today, on our 60th anniversary, we celebrate our legacy as we help build the future of payments. Watch the first 60 years of Visa's journey:

  • As the Official Payment Technology Partner of New York Fashion Week: The Shows, we offered on-site retail vending machines where attendees can use contactless payments to shop New York-based female designers, including Rebecca Minkoff, Venessa Arizaga and Neely & Chloe. Read more here:

    Visa Taps into Fashion

    NEW YORK--()--Today, Visa announced a new relationship with New York Fashion Week (NFYW): The Shows that will allow consumers to experience new ways to pay, including tapping to pay with contactless cards and devices, throughout the on-site experience at NFYW this September.

  • We recently held our annual Visa Ready to Return conference, which empowers individuals on their journey to return to the workforce after taking extended time away. Check out all the highlights of the inspiring event by clicking here:

    Visa Welcomes Professionals Back to the Workforce at Ready to Return 2018 | Visa>

    See how Visa's Ready to Return program welcomes back professionals who have taken time away from their careers, builds an inclusive workforce ... and changes lives.

  • Today, we are proud to celebrate Womens Equality Day. Visa supports women everywhere who stand up for progress – including our own Visa Board Member Mary B. Cranston, a 2018 Inspire Award Honoree who is paving the way for women in leadership. Click here to watch a video of Mary discussing the importance of chasing your dreams, maximizing your potential and getting more women into the boardroom:

  • Our Visa Austin employees had a special guest join them for Pride this year --Team Visa Olympian, Gus Kenworthy! Check out pics here:

  • Check out our team in Austin celebrating Pride in style! At Visa, we believe in love, accepted everywhere.

  • Visa is making progress on expanding access to the financial system, supporting an inclusive workforce, reducing our environmental footprint, transitioning to renewable energy and strengthening our communities. Click here to read our third annual Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report:

    Visa Announces Progress in Latest Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report

    Visa today released its 2017 Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report, the company's summary of progress in its ongoing commitment to corporate responsibility, sustainability and ethical leadership.

  • “A real platform for leadership.” Thirty senior women leaders of Visa participated in the Executive Edge program hosted by UC Berkeley Executive Education, led by UC Berkeley’s Dr. Homa Bahrami, to gain valuable leadership skills. Watch this video to learn more about the program:

  • “Yes, you can take time off work and return better than ever.” That is what Vidhya Kasiviswanathan learned by attending Visa's annual Ready to Return program. Now a Sr. QA Engineer, Digital and Developer Platform at Visa, Vidhya is sharing her advice for others returning to the workforce. Click here to read more about Vidhya’s story:

    Take Time off Work and Return Better Than Ever | Visa>

    When my children were born, I put my career on hold to take care of them. After more than four years, I decided I was ready to return work ... but was anxious that after so much time away, it would be an uphill battle.

  • “People are more than keywords; their worth should be measured beyond check boxes on a job description.” Jolen Anderson, Chief Diversity Officer at Visa shared the importance of looking beyond those who seem “good on paper” and instead focus on choosing good people. Next week, Visa will be opening our doors for the third year of our Ready to Return conference to one of these exceptionally valuable talent pools: those who have taken extended time away from work to care for family. Click here to read Jolen’s full article:

    The Future of Hiring: Forget "Good on Paper" And Choose Good People | Visa>

    Visa Chief Diversity Officer Jolen Anderson shares why looking beyond the resume is so important when it comes to hiring top talent.

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