Paybase announced as sponsor of FinTech Connect

Paybase announced as sponsor of FinTech Connect
29.11.2018 07:31 am

Paybase announced as sponsor of FinTech Connect

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Paybase has been announced as a sponsor of this year’s FinTech Connect Conference on 5th - 6th December. The UK’s largest FinTech event will this year host 5000 attendees from over 60 countries, with over 250 speakers giving talks on a variety of topics within FinTech. 

Paybase CEO Anna Tsyupko commented: “we are proud to sponsor an event connecting so many innovators, driven by a desire to improve what financial services can offer us. In uncertain times, the belief in what FinTech can do for the world has been unwavering, shown through continued investment in FinTech companies. Despite Brexit, London’s position at the heart of FinTech is as strong as it ever has been - it’s amazing to be a part of that.” 

Paybase Head of Marketing Jessy Conflon will be speaking about what Paybase is offering the world of FinTech and how it can help others in the industry. “I’m looking forward to meeting lots of interesting people and showing others what Paybase can do. These events are a brilliant opportunity to listen to and learn from your peers, I think it’s going to be a great day!” added Conflon.  

Paybase is a flexibility-focussed payment solution for platform businesses. It has been recognised by Wired and Real Business as a company set to revolutionise finance and was recently announced as a Fintech Power50 winner. 

 

 

 

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