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Money20/20 “the place where fintech communities love to do business” is back

Money20/20 was founded in 2012 by Payments and Fintech veterans from Google, TSYS and Citi.

The event broke the stereotypes anchored in snoozefest business conferences and designed an unparalleled experience built for the industry, by the industry.

And what may you expect in this years event:

– After-hours fun in the form of the best networking parties to make exceptional connections. There are no sticky name badges here, just smiles, good vibes and business deals.

– There’s no quiet in the auditorium with stages that will immerse you into a show experience like nowhere else in the industry – this is not another expo.

– A speaker line-up that speaks for itself. (Pun intended). Giving you unmatched content that will inspire, amplify & inform you. Who’s speaking?

– We’ve got an agenda jam-packed with the biggest names in Fintech and even more sessions to be announced. Check it out.

– Special access events giving you an agenda beyond the agenda – hold tight for more on that in the coming weeks.

Money20/20 is the heartbeat of the money ecosystem, if you want to rub shoulders with Fintech giants, then this is the place to be.Since with Everly – challenger bank news we are a proud media partner, remember, you can save €200 on your pass by using the discount code: EVE200

Jan Cerny
Jan is an innovation enthusiast and Fintech news reporter. He specializes in news distribution, social media, and content analysis.

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