Fintech Innovation Challenge is open for entries
If you’re a fintech startup with the potential to transform the financial services industry, then Payments NZ wants to help you.
They want to help you raise your profile in the industry. They’re running a Fintech Innovation Challenge as part of their conference, The Point 2016, in November and the challenge is now open for entries.
It is widely known that fintech is redefining the financial services sector, with startups gaining momentum and disrupting the traditional value chain. So in the new world of challenger brands and disruption, in order to progress and keep challenging the norm, fintech needs support.
The Fintech Innovation Challenge, sponsored by Paymark, is designed to foster innovation and support Kiwi startups. The challenge gives emerging fintechs the opportunity to present their concepts in front of the entire conference delegation, of around 250 payments and financial services professionals.
Five finalists will compete in a round of quick-fire presentations to win a cash prize of $5,000 as well as mentoring support and associated networking opportunities.
The finalists and runners-up will also have the opportunity to exhibit on the fintech stand at the conference, enabling one-on-one time with key influencers, decision-makers, and potential business partners.
The finalists and runners-up can also attend conference sessions to access global insights and the latest market intelligence from local and international speakers.
How to enter
The Fintech Innovation Challenge is open to new or recently established innovative, technology-enabled startups and entry is free.
So if you’re an innovative fintech startup working in any area of financial services or supporting sector such as cyber-security, digital identity and data analytics, don’t miss the opportunity to expand your network and gain visibility – get your entry in today.
Applications close at 5pm on Monday 12 September 2016.
You will find the application form on the Payments NZ conference website along with further details about the competition.