THE ORIGINAL IS BACK. JOIN US FOR THE 5TH ANNUAL LONDON FINTECH WEEK

Mon, 07/02/2018 - 10:15
THE ORIGINAL IS BACK. JOIN US FOR THE 5TH ANNUAL LONDON FINTECH WEEK
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Our aim once again is to unite the world of Fintech in the world’s financial capital to enhance the dialog between established multi-nationals, innovation firms, disruptive start-ups, governments, media and investors. See the 2017 overview including sponsors, speakers and exhibitors.

Fintech Week is a series of conferences, exhibitions, workshops, hackathons, meetups and parties. Each day we focus on a different topic. We always ensure that there is plenty of time for networking and meeting other innovators. The main conference/exhibition takes place at the QEII, but other events take place across the City of London, Canary Wharf and “Tech City.”

Expect 600-1,000 conference delegates per day from over 50 countries and 3,000 – 5,000 participants in events throughout the week.

You can book tickets for specific events or purchase a full event pass and come and go as you please.

Discount code: CC20

Subscribers using this code will get 20% off their tickets.

Fintech Week delegates come from around the globe to engage in one of the world's leading financial services ecosystems. It's truly and international event. With Brexit looming in the background, there's no better place to get answers than from London's key influencers and decision makers. Some may see challenges ahead, but there will also be plenty of opportunities in London for innovators from around the world. 

Organization
Fintech Worldwide
Contacts
events@fintechww.com

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