The Future of Fintech is Now, being held on Wednesday, November 26th at the Barclays Accelerator in East London, is offering an exciting evening of fintech talks and networking.
Hosted by our colleagues at StrategyEye Digital Media, the event offers a lively evening of insightful presentations from category-leading tech players, including Transferwise, Funding Circle and Barclays, rapid-fire pitches from some disruptive fintech startups and a chance to network with senior decision makers from across the space.
StrategyEye’s events always attract a very senior audience, with high-level execs and senior strategists from major media companies, leading venture capital investors and key startups, as well as advisory companies and thought-leaders in the sector.
Tickets for the event are very limited, so early booking is advisable.
StrategyEye are also offering a range of exciting sponsorship opportunities that will grant exclusive access to this valuable audience of industry movers and shakers. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44(0)20 8080 6489 to express your interest and find out more about the packages on offer.
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