Lithuania’s 5th Edition Fintech Inn Set to Kick off This Weekby Fintechnews Baltic October 18, 2021
The international Fintech Inn 2021 is organised by Lithuania’s Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA) is back on 21-22 October 2021 in a fully virtual format.
The event aims to bring together 250+ enterprises and start-ups, as well as 1000+ investors, policymakers, entrepreneurs and technology leaders from all over the world to exchange knowledge and discuss topics from green finance to startup media.
A strong B2B matchmaking and networking component will complement the conference’s panel discussions and keynote speeches with the theme “Spin the Energy of Fintech”.
Industry experts will address topics such as open banking, DeFi, AML/KYC, cybersecurity, AI in fintech, alternative financing, crypto investment, digital identity, and more which will be broadcasted from Lithuania.
The virtual Fintech Inn conference will be held on the myOnvent platform, where attendees will be able to register for the event, see other attendees’ profiles, and build a personal conference agenda.
The platform is meant to facilitate building business relationships during the event with a built-in B2B matchmaking and one-on-one meeting scheduling solution.
Fintech Inn will also have an interactive 3D Virtual Expo Zone, where dozens of fintech industry brands will be able to meet potential business partners and introduce products via direct communication channels such as video calls and chats.
The registration for the fifth edition of the Fintech Inn conference is now open here.
“Lithuania’s global leadership in the fintech sector is an important engine of economic growth.
Fintech Inn will gather both leaders that have helped co-create Lithuania’s success in fintech, and industry leaders that are yet to discover the country’s thriving fintech community.”
said Aušrinė Armonaitė, Minister of the Economy and Innovation of the Republic of Lithuania.
“One of the goals of Fintech Inn is to level the playing field for startups across the world by providing them with opportunities to meet industry experts, that’s why we are using a modern, interactive platform.
In the buzzing startup world, filled to the brim with funding announcements and other news, it is increasingly difficult for budding startups to land their desired media placements. That is why a workshop with the editor of a top-tier tech publication is a wonderful addition to our program.”
sais Birutė Bukauskaitė, Head of Lithuania’s Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA).
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