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The Future of Banking week is coming

Discover the future of banking across the world with #FOBWeek.

Taking place across four days, covering a different time zone every day, the Future of Banking creates an online event to remember.

The Future of Banking will take place between Tuesday, May 26th to Friday, May 29th featuring thought-provoking presentations, panels, interactive Q&As, vendor booths and much more. It’s the perfect opportunity to meet like-minded people working in digital banking and build your network all in a state-of-the-art online venue. 

What’s On:

Each day, attendees will have the chance to attend start-up pitches, listen to talks by Venture Capitalists, meet vendors and industry leaders from different regions:

– May 26th, 2020 – North America & LATAM

– May 27th, 2020 – Middle East & Africa

– May 28th, 2020 – Europe

– May 29th, 2020 – Asia & Australia

Don’t miss out on this exciting event. You can find more info about the event here: https://futureofbankinglive.com/future-of-banking-week

Kathryn Strachan
Kathryn Strachanhttp://copyhousecopywriting.com
When Kathryn’s not creating articles for Everly, she runs Edinburgh-based content marketing agency Copy House. Copy House specialises in helping FinTech founders bring their insights to life with SEO optimised websites and thought-leadership content. copyhousecopywriting.com kathryn.strachan@everly.eu

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