We are pleased to announce that the FinTech Innovation Awards will be hosted on the 18th of March 2015 at The Brewery, in heart of the City of London.
The FinTech Innovation Awards were launched to recognise the very best initiatives, systems and products created and delivered by the global financial and payments technology industries throughout the past year.
The awards came into being as a result of a partnership between PaymentEye, the payment industry’s leading online publication, and bobsguide, the premier financial IT solutions network.
We received a great response to the first round of nominations for the awards and you can currently view case studies for the nominees here. The full shortlist will be officially reopened to the public vote on 17th November 2014 to help decide the final winners.
There are still great opportunities available for sponsors of the awards, offering access to an extensive network of organisations, businesses and individuals who are connected by an interest in transforming the payments industry.
Click here get in touch now if you’re interested in getting involved.
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