'Cash is just grief’: why shops and bars want to make you pay by card

Cowry Authors • 1 min read

 

Will our increasing cashless society replace the haptic, physical sensation of handling and spending cash?

 
 

Is our cashless society divisive?

More and more businesses are opting not to take cash – it’s expensive, slow and makes them vulnerable to robbery. But where does our increasingly cashless society leave people without bank accounts? Jez Groom, founder of Cowry Consulting, talks to journalist Tony Naylor from The Guardian. Read the full article at The Guardian here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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