If you’re thinking of entering the FinTech Innovation Awards 2016, or are already working on your entry, we have a little treat for you.
Dan Cobley, co-founder and CEO of Brightbridge Ventures and chair of judges for the awards, sat down with us to talk about the FinTech event of the year and share some insider knowledge on what judging panel will be looking for in the winning entries.
Check out the video for Dan’s views straight from the judging panel.
If you think that your company or the work of a company you know should be recognised at the awards, enter now to be in the running. The deadline for entries is December 1st, so there’s still plenty of time to submit a nomination.
For a bit of help crafting a winning entry, check out our five top tips.
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