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CompCon 2018 is at the State Room, located in Boston’s Faneuil Hall and just steps away from the historic Quincy Market.


The space is casual-cool. Many of us will be in jeans – you should wear whatever helps you feel your best!


The closest available parking is at 60 State Street. There are also a bunch of other parking garages in the area. Take a look here.


Boston’s South Station – Acela Express offers hourly service downtown-to-downtown during peak morning and afternoon rush hours between New York, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia and other intermediate cities.


You’re in luck! Boston is a very walkable city.

If your legs need a break, you can take a ride on the “T”, Boston’s subway system (the stop closest to CompCon is Government Center on the Green Line).

Public transportation not for you? Hail a cab or catch a ride using Lyft or Uber.

Or, if you’re feeling extra adventurous, take a spin around Boston using Hubway, our bike share system. A 24-hour pass is just $8.


Boston Logan International Airport is located just about 10 minutes from CompCon.

Other nearby airports are Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in Manchester, New Hampshire, and T. F. Green Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island. Both are about an hour and a half away.


Here are some tasty options, all of which are located within walking distance of CompCon.

Union Oyster House – Boston’s oldest restaurant, Union Oyster House serves seafood and New England specialties (make sure you try the chowder!) in a historic setting on the Freedom Trail.

Granary Tavern – Located in a historic former grain mill, this restaurant and gastropub emphasizes Slow Food principles and offers fresh seafood, farmer’s market produce, and dynamic presentations.

Bostonia Public House – Housed in a historic building, Bostonia Public House offers Imaginative and locally-inspired menus, diverse wine by the glass offerings, and elegant live entertainment.

Barking Crab – This lively waterfront seafood joint offers open-air picnic-table dining, views of the Boston Harbor, and some of the best lobster around.

Mike’s Pastry – Founded in 1946 in Boston’s historic North End on Hanover Street, Mike’s pastry is home of the one-of-a-kind cannoli that keeps loyal Bostonians and tourists coming from around the world to enjoy.


Client Day is a half-day of client-only sessions from 12 to 4 p.m. ET on September 17. As a Payfactors client, Client Day is included in the price of your CompCon ticket.

Here’s what you can expect on Client Day:

  • Take a deep dive into the aspects of Payfactors you want to better understand
  • Get real-time answers to all your questions about Payfactors and the future of comp
  • Hear directly from our product and development teams about the new products, features, and enhancements we’re rolling out next

While the daytime sessions on Monday are for Payfactors clients only, everyone is invited to the official CompCon Kick-off Party from 5 – 9 p.m.

You can also check-in and pick up your badge on Monday, beginning at 12 p.m.

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