Tables for this year’s FinTech Innovation Awards are selling fast, so don’t miss your chance to join some of the hottest companies in FinTech for an evening of entertainment, celebration and networking.
The FinTech Innovation Awards, in association with PaymentEye and bobsguide, celebrate the very best initiatives, systems and products created and delivered by the global financial and payments technology industries throughout the past year.
On March 18th 2015 at The Brewery in the heart of the city of London, winners from across the space will be announced and awarded at an exclusive gala dinner.
The evening will include live music, a Champagne reception, a three-course dinner and the awards themselves, all followed by a DJ and dancing until late.
It will also feature keynote presentations from two prestigious speakers:
Sir Clive Woodward, the World Cup winning Head Coach who led England’s rugby players to World Cup glory in 2003. Throughout his varied and illustrious career, Clive has established his position as a highly sought-after expert on leadership and building high performance teams in both sport and business.
Dan Cobley, former Managing Director of Google UK, who recently left the internet giant to establish a highly anticipated FinTech start-up incubator in London. In 2012 Dan was named in the top three of Wired UK’s top 100 and the Evening Standard 1000 Most Influential Londoners: Digital Innovators.
The event offers access to an extensive network of organisations, businesses and individuals at the forefront of the FinTech industry, as well as simply a great opportunity to entertain clients or reward staff with a really fun evening.
Click here to register your interest, or email Natasha.Godbold@contentive.com or call her on +44 (0) 208 080 9368 to find out more.
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