Votes have now closed for half of the categories in this year’s FinTech Innovation Awards – but there’s still time to have your say by voting on the final nine categories.
We’ve had a fantastic response so far, with thousands of votes cast for the brightest and best from across the financial and payments technology sectors.
This final round of voting will close this Friday 13th February at midday GMT, so don’t miss your chance to get involved!
The categories still open for voting are:
- FinTech Innovation of the Year
- FinTech Deal of the Year
- FinTech Start-Up or Early Stage Company of the Year
- FinTech Leader of the Year
- Data Solutions
- Alternative Finance Debt Funder of the Year
- FinTech Marketing/PR Campaign of the Year
- Mobile Commerce & Banking
- Mobile Point-of-Sale
Once votes close on Friday, the public vote will be combined with the votes of the judges to determine the final winner.
The winners will then be announced at a gala evening on March 18th at The Brewery in the City of London. Click here to find out more about attending the event.
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