The Paris Fintech Forum (PFF) is the most exclusive European annual event on digital finance & Fintech, organized by Altir Event. In 2019, for the 4th edition, more than 2700 international participants from 75 countries, 280+ speakers, and 180+ Fintechs gathered to discuss the latest trends and topics in the sector. This event grew to become the Davos of digital finance & Fintech.
PFF 2020 will take place in Paris, France, on January 28th and 29th, 2020 at Palais Brongniart under the high patronage of M. Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic. This former stock exchange building, classified as a Historical Monument, is located in “Vivienne” district, between the place de la Concorde and the Louvre Museum.
Expect an outstanding speaker line up, an amazing international crowd of attendees being mostly decision makers (c-level and directors), not to mention more than 100 amazing partners.
Venture Summit | West
Austrade is gauging interest for a potential mission to the Paris Fintech Forum, 29-30 January, 2019. You are invited to express your interest in this great opportunity.
The Paris Fintech Forum
The Paris Fintech forum is the main event on the digital finance / Fintech calendar in France and one of the main fintech opportunities in Europe, taking place at the former French stock market exchange in the heart of Paris on 29 & 30 January 2019. (more…)
Where Innovation Meets Capital
December 12th 2018 | Lombardos | Boston, MA
Special discount. Use discount code “FINTECHAUVIP” and receive 10% off the early bird rates.
Come meet, interact and network with more than 800 VCs, Corporate VCs, angel investors, investment bankers and CEOs of venture-backed, emerging and early stage companies at the prestigious New England Venture Summit being held on December 12th 2018 at Lombardos in Boston, Randolph MA. (more…)
In mid-2017 the NSW Government opened a new funding stream for R&D companies and tech startups under its NSW-Israel R&D and Technological Innovation Program. The program offered up to $250,000 of matched funding for NSW businesses to partner with Israeli businesses on new, innovative and market driven solutions. While the program highlighted the desire for cyber security, agri-tech and water-tech solutions, the program itself was sector agnostic and had an incredible response in NSW from companies spanning cyber security, fintech, clean-tech, medical therapeutics, robotics, AI, edu-tech to a range of agriculture solutions.