Finovate Debuts: SuiteBox Introduces Virtual Meeting Rooms for Financial Professionals


SuiteBox provides professionals in financial services and other fields with the kind of multi-channel, interactive experience we’ve always wanted from the internet. With just a smartphone, tablet, or laptop, professionals can build and manage secure, virtual meeting rooms and use these private, virtual spaces for conference calls, document collaboration, screen sharing, embedded web forms, e-signatures and more. Everything in the session can be recorded in full or in part for future reference. The technology is available as both a standalone solution or via a fully integrated white-label API.

“SuiteBox does everything that you can do in a physical meeting and more,” said Ian Dunbar, country manager for SuiteBox Australia.

Company facts:

  • Founded in March 2013
  • Headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand
  • Richard Mannell is CEO


SuiteBox Australia Country Manager Ian Dunbar demonstrated his company’s technology at FinovateEurope 2016 in London.

In his demonstration at FinovateEurope, Dunbar and his team showed a fully white-labeled virtual meeting space. He demonstrated a sample insurance transaction showing off the platform’s mutually accessible web forms, video conferencing, session recording, and e-signatures. “Importantly,” Dunbar added, “this virtual meeting room is now open and available to be used at any time. They can come back in. They can have a meeting. They could drop documents off for each other to have a look at. They could even leave a video message or a chat message.”

“Effectively that gives you a meeting space that can be used on an ongoing basis,” Dunbar explained. “You don’t have to be back actually having a physical meeting.”

SuiteBox_Ian_Dunbar2We spoke with Ian Dunbar (circle photo), country manager, Australia, during rehearsal day at FinovateEurope. We followed up with a few questions about SuiteBox and how entrepreneurs and businesses can take advantage of the technology.

Finovate: What problem does SuiteBox solve?

Ian Dunbar: SuiteBox is solving one of the biggest challenges of professional services globally. How do you maintain and grow your client relationships, manage and close business and increase efficiency and profitability into your business. All when we are faced with time-poor clients, congested cities, and the need manage paper, post, scanning and signing of documents.

SuiteBox solves all of this by delivering everything you can do in a physical meeting and more, including video meetings, document sharing and collaboration, electronic signing and selective recording.

This is all delivered through the SuiteBox MeetingSpace, a secure private collaboration space that remains permanently open and accessible throughout the relationship life of the professional and their client.

Finovate: Who are your primary customers?

Dunbar: Financial advisers, insurance providers, banks, mortgage brokers, stock brokers, educators; legal, pension fund, and real estate professionals.


Finovate: How does SuiteBox solve the problem better?

Dunbar: SuiteBox is the only tool globally that combines all the tools to close business and get the job done. SuiteBox eliminates the need to juggle video tools, e-signature tools and emails. SuiteBox is also the only tool that delivers a permanently open MeetingSpace, that allows the participants to enter and leave the space at their convenience, share and transact documents, and only meet via video when needed.

Finovate: Tell us about your favorite implementation of SuiteBox.

Dunbar: SuiteBox has launched a highly integrated solution with Midwinter Financial Services’s AdviceOS adviser desktop in Australia. In this implementation, the Adviser has a seamless experience that allows:

  • the Adviser to schedule virtual meetings and launch SuiteBox from the AdviceOS desktop
  • the Adviser to white label SuiteBox to their own branded MeetingSpace
  • documents to be sourced from AdviceOS and saved directly back to the client record in AdviceOS
  • video records to be stored for future reference, and be easily accessible from the client record within AdviceOS.

Finovate: What in your background gave you the confidence to tackle this challenge?

Dunbar: SuiteBox’s founder and creative director is a world leader in data visualization and founder of several successful interactive media businesses including Terabyte Interactive, now recognized as the oldest multimedia company in the world.

Craig is expert at developing technology strategies to address opportunities. He pioneered the first online real-time 3D graphics for the America’s Cup as co-founder of Virtual Spectator. More recently, Craig established Futuretech that gave rise to One Room, the World’s leading funeral-streaming service.


Finovate: What are some upcoming initiatives from your company that we can look forward to over the next few months?

Dunbar: We will be integrating with a number of CRM systems, Advice Platforms and Wealth Platforms globally.

We will also be releasing enhancements to the secure MeetingSpace, that will allow participants to utilize the space completely autonomously of being in a meeting. Such as allowing a party to drop off a document, leave a video or chat message, and manage business at any time convenient to them.

Finovate: Where do you see your company a year or two from now?

Dunbar: SuiteBox has recently expanded into the South African market, opening an office in Johannesburg. Throughout 2016, we will expand into the United Kingdom, Europe and North America.

Check out the demo video from SuiteBox from FinovateEurope 2016.

International Women’s Day: Celebrating Females in Fintech


One question I’m always asked during a Finovate networking session is, “Why don’t you put more women on stage?” My answer: we don’t dictate the gender of the company’s presenter. We leave that decision up to the company.

This post is to celebrate the fintech industry’s growth of female inclusion. At the first Finovate conference in 2007, there were zero women on stage. Last month, at FinovateEurope 2016, 20% of the companies featured a woman on stage (party on!). Here’s a look at the ladies of FinovateEurope 2016:

AdviceRobo’s CCO Rosali Steenkamer



BankersLab’s Co-founder and CEO Michelle Katics


CREALOGIX’s Geraldine Critchley, head of digital marketing

ebankIT’s Diana Winstanley, business development


Envestnet’s SVP Molly Pandya, product management

Ethoca’s Helene Ladjadj, senior manager, issuer relations, EMEA


EyeVerify’s Director of Marketing Tinna Hung


IT Sector’s Inês Domingues, market manager


Livian Technologies’s Raquel Oliveira, head of product


myInvenio’s Modesta Jonauskyte, sales and marketing assistant


Outshared’s Director Irene van den Brink

SBDA Group’s Anna Laskovaya, project manager


Spiff’s CMO Kristin Moller


While not all of these women are CEOs of their company, each plays a role in removing women from the “endangered species list” of fintech.

While we still have a long way to go, we can all be encouraged by the movement that has already taken place and the global initiatives that have sparked growth. The FemTech Leaders MeetUp, organized by Ghela Boskovich and Michelle Moffatt, has held three successful events this year (I attended the London meetup last month, and the attendance was impressive).

If you’re interested in attending a FemTech leaders event (men are also invited to attend), check out the upcoming meetup in Sydney or RSVP for the meetup in New York after the first day of FinDEVr New York on March 29. It’s less than a 10-minute walk from the venue.

This post wouldn’t be complete without a shoutout to the ladies of Finovate and FinDEVr; the women who help make our events happen (editor’s note: And of course, Julie Schicktanz, the author of this post):

  • Leah Baldwin
  • Dom Marczak
  • Emily Olyarchuk
  • Erika Sanchez
  • Kate Schultz
  • Kate Stolte
  • Heather Stowell
  • Paula Wrzecionowska

Be sure to check out our celebration of International Women’s Day on the FinDEVr blog.

Finovate Debuts: Designed for Women, Spiff Introduces its Social Savings Service


Spiff is a straightforward concept: a “simple and fun” savings service designed with women in mind. Founder and CEO Carl Wessmann credits the women in his life for helping him understand the importance of savings, and he’s returned the favor with a new technology that, as he explains it, “helps connect money with what it can accomplish” for users and their loved ones.

Spiff is poised to take advantage of the disconnect between the rising economic power of women and the fact that women are still a disproportionately small portion of the world’s savers and investors.


Spiff CMO Kristin Juland Møller and CEO Carl Wessmann demonstrated their technology at FinovateEurope 2016 in London.

“Our key demographic, women between 25 and 35, play an essential part in our mission to reduce wealth inequality,” said Spiff CMO Kristin Juland Møller. Noting that 1 in 4 millennial women are “already parents,” she pointed out that “by providing them with inspiration and savings tools they need, we will not only empower millions with good saving habits, but also empower future generations as they pass on their saving habits to their children.”

Spiff_image_0In Spiff’s Finovate debut, Møller showed three of Spiff’s key features:

  • Setting up a savings plan for oneself
  • Setting up a savings plan for a dependent
  • Sharing that savings plan with a relative, such as an aunt or grandparent

Møller presented the Spiff Dashboard, where she was able to choose between different types of savings plans (options included themes such as “Your Future,” “Your Kids,” and “Rainy Day”). The Savings Plan can be personalized with an image, as well as a description of the specific savings goal for the plan.

The user then chooses the amount of monthly savings to be automatically drawn from a connected account and set aside into either a savings account or a pre-selected investment fund. Choose a day of the month for the transaction and, after confirming the information, the savings plan is set.

“Saving is a family affair,” Møller said, showing next how a child’s savings plan built with Spiff could easily be shared with grandparents or other relatives via social media. “It’s something parents do for their kids, and grandparents do for their grandkids,” she said.

The stats

  • Founded in January 2015
  • Headquartered in Oslo, Norway
  • Carl Wessmann is CEO and founder
  • Raised $500,000 from investors in five countries

Spiff_Kristin_MollerHow it works

We sat down for a quick conversation with Møller during rehearsal day at FinovateEurope, and followed up with a few questions about Spiff, its focus on helping empower women financially, and what to look forward to from the company in 2016.

Finovate: What problem does Spiff solve?

Kristin Juland Møller: Spiff is a saving service, designed with women in mind. We want to empower women with smarter finance tools for saving, so we created a simple, social and fun savings app. Spiff connects money to what it can accomplish, for you and your loved ones. In simple, straightforward language. 

Finovate: Who are your primary customers?

Møller: Women 25-35.

Spiff-PR-Dashboard-iPhoneFinovate: How does Spiff solve the problem better?

Møller: You need to build products that people love, not products that will only make you more profit. That means that you need to design products for key demographics, and we choose to focus on a key demographic that has been widely neglected from banks for the past hundred years. It’s time we shake it up. 

Finovate: Tell us about your favorite implementation of Spiff.

Møller: Saving is a family affair. Grandparents save for their grandkids, parents for their kids, friends save for trips together, and young couples save for their first home. Spiff is a social savings app that allows you to share saving plans, give savings as a gift, and reinvent the charm of saving together. We cheer you on, and celebrate when you reach your goals!

Finovate: What in your background gave you the confidence to tackle this challenge? 

Møller: Our founders are strongly influenced by Nordic values, equality, and the universal notion that women and men are worth the same. Our one founder Calle has written a Facebook Note on why this is important in his life. Keyword: Women

Strong and independent women around us have taught us the value of kindness, fairness and empathy—and the importance of saving. Spiff is built on these values. 

Finovate: What are some upcoming initiatives from Spiff that we can look forward to over the next few months?

Møller: Testing has begun. And the early signs are that people love it. We are launching in Norway this year. Expansion will follow. We welcome everyone to join the Spiffy waitlist (, and be one of the first to try Spiff. We will also be part of one of the world’s best accelerators, TINC, in Silicon Valley.

Finovate: Where do you see Spiff a year or two from now?  

Møller: We will have empowered one million women with smarter savings. 

Check out Spiff’s demo video from FinovateEurope 2016.

Finovate Debuts: Ledger’s Blue Smartcard Mitigates Phishing, Malware Attacks


Bitcoin is inherently difficult to protect and is not guarded from fraud, as many traditional accounts are. To navigate this issue, Ledger has designed hardware to help users preserve ownership of their digital blockchain assets.

The company began as the House of Bitcoin, a physical retail location in Paris where people exchange digital currency in person, learn about bitcoin, and share ideas with other startups (see below). Ledger was born from a merger of three different companies which had gathered at the space to collaborate.

The company’s flagship hardware product Ledger Nano helps individuals protect their bitcoins and make payments safely.


At FinovateEurope 2016, the company launched the Ledger Blue Smartcard (pictured below), an enterprise solution featuring a touch screen to serve as a second factor to validate transaction information before completing a settlement on the blockchain. The device mitigates phishing and malware attacks, which can occur due to inherently insecure computers, smartphones, or human negligence. ledger-blue

Ledger CEO and founder Eric Larchevêque says, “It is a hardware wallet, but we prefer to call it a personal security device because it can do a lot.” The device not only serves as a second factor for bitcoin transactions and interbank settlements, but also secures the movement of any assets held on the blockchain, including P2P stock trading, workflow certification for insurance management, and even process documentation for pharmaceutical clinical trials.

“It’s not about currency,” Larchevêque emphasizes, “but about what you can do with the blockchain.”


CEO Eric Larchevêque demoed Ledger Blue at FinovateEurope 2016 in London.

Ledger Blue facts:

  • Employees: 16
  • Funding: €2.5M seed round in 2015
  • 10,000 units sold of first device, Ledger Nano
  • Customers across 100 countries
  • HQ: Paris, France
  • Founded: January 2015

EricLarchevêqueProfileIMGEric Larchevêque demonstrated Ledger’s Blue Smartcard on stage at FinovateEurope in London (above). Larchevêque studied as an engineer of macro electronics at the ESIEE Paris, a French graduate school of engineering. Since 1996 he has been an entrepreneur and has founded, sold, and crashed about a dozen companies.

Finovate: What problem does Ledger solve?
Larchevêque: Ledger secures the last meter of the enterprise infrastructure by designing a new generation of hardware security devices enforcing strong authentication, data integrity and compliance. Use cases range from critical workflow security to trusted hardware for blockchain-based applications.

Finovate: Who are your primary customers?
Larchevêque: Enterprises, banks, fintechs, insurers, asset managers, blockchain startups … Any company requiring a high level of compliance and security in their process. We are present on the European and North American market.

Finovate: How does Ledger solve the problem better?
Larchevêque: Ledger has a strong expertise in embedded hardware security and built its reputation on the blockchain market by designing a popular security solution sold in more than 100 countries.

Finovate: Tell us about your favorite implementation of your solution.
Larchevêque: In compliance, necessity of proof lies with the company under scrutiny. Ledger designed a blockchain-based immutable audit trail giving full traceability of any process. Each step is permanently recorded in the blockchain through the signature of personal, secure hardware keys. As the audit trail is fully enforced through a decentralized system, this solution brings the highest possible trust level and prevents any possibility of tampering.

Finovate: What in your background gave you the confidence to tackle this challenge?
Larchevêque: Ledger’s core engineers come from highly regarded hardware and security companies such as Oberthur, Gemalto or STMicroelectronics. Ledger is a full-stack company, with a rare expertise on secure elements (smart cards), and developed its own secure embedded operating system.

Finovate: What are some upcoming initiatives from Ledger that we can look forward to over the next few months?
Larchevêque: Ledger will soon release a suite of FIDO-certified hardware dongles for strong authentication (with USB, NFC and BLE capabilities). It’ll allow enterprises to bring access security to the highest level for both laptop and mobile web apps and native applications.

Finovate: Where do you see Ledger a year or two from now?
Larchevêque: Ledger will be a global leader in trusted hardware for cybersecurity and blockchain-based applications.

Check out Ledger’s live demo video from FinovateEurope 2016:

Live from London: FinovateEurope 2016 Demo Videos Now Available


Earlier this month, we filmed 70 fintech companies as they showed off their newest innovations in front of a record-breaking audience at FinovateEurope in London.

Today, you can view the full 7 minutes of each video for free in our video archives. That’s 8-plus hours of fintech.

If you don’t know where to start, grab some popcorn and a frothy beverage and tune into the six Best of Show winners from the event:



IDScan Biometrics



For more coverage of the event, read the FinovateEurope Twitter highlights and check out a roundup of the press coverage.

Thanks again to all the companies who demoed and to all who attended!

FinovateEurope the Musical (Yes, Really)

With all the buzz from FinovateEurope last week, there’s plenty of post-show media to review in the form of articles, blogs, podcasts, and even videos.

However, there’s one piece that stands apart from the rest. Fintech Finance wrote and directed a song* about FinovateEurope 2016, and it’s unlike any coverage we’ve seen before. It’s worth checking out:

Fintech Finance managed to gather and record 47 fintech companies, including presenters, audience members, and analysts, to sing through the fintech melody. Here’s the chorus (sung to the tune of Renegades by X Ambassadors):

But I said wait/
This is great/
Legacy we shall update/

For those less musically inclined, watch Fintech Finance’s (non-musical) video summary (below) or check out the 62 individual company interviews.

*Fintech Finance discloses, “We do not own any copyright of the song – this is a parody based on the original amazing song “Renegades” by X Ambassadors. Original Song: Audio Provided by:”

FinovateEurope 2016 in the Press


We’re surfing a wave of momentum from FinovateEurope last week. The sold-out show, dubbed by Business Insider as the “debutante ball for innovative financial technology startups,” featured new fintech from 70 companies. The ideas that flowing from onstage offered analysts, bloggers, and press plenty to write about.

If you missed it, you can check out our live coverage on Twitter.

Here is what the press is saying:

FinovateEurope 2016: A Change of Approach
By Virginie O’Shea

7 Minutes of Fame or How it Feels to be at FinovateEurope
By Mario Alves

Arctic Startup
Norwegian Startup Unveils First Savings Service For Women
by Tarmo Virki

Breaking Banks: Finovate and London FinTech [AUDIO]


This Benzinga Fintech Award Nominee Just Won ‘Best In Show’ At Europe’s Largest Fintech Conference


Business Insider
Top FinTech Trends, Fresh From Finovate Europe 2016

Byte Academy

Chris Skinner’s Blog
Reflections on Finovate Europe 2016
By Chris Skinner

Crowdfund Insider

Der Brutkasten
Change FinTech Startups Rules in the Fight Against Fraudsters
By Fabian Graber

Directors Talk Interviews
Q&A with Jeremy Nicholds, the new Non-executive Director at Vipera Plc
By Amilia Stone

Ewise blog
FinovateEurope: the place to be if you’re a fintech enthusiast
By Dean Young

Financial Observer
Opinion – Global players seek out fintech partners
By Mark Fordree

Financial Planning
More Risk than Reward for Early Tech Adopters
By Miriam Rozen

Finance Magnates
Finovate Europe: Fintech’s ‘Give-and-Take’ With Institutions Shifting
By Anna Reitman



Fintech Finance
FinovateEurope video series

The Fintech Times
By Bird Lovegod

Forrester’s Benjamin Ensor’s Blog
Finovate 2016: Automation and Personalization Take Centre Stage
by Benjamin Ensor

Forrester’s Oliwia Berdak’s Blog
The Gods of Fintech Are Harsh And Fickle
By Oliwia Berdak

Finovate Europe 2016 winners announced

Het Financieele Dagblad
Nederlandse start-ups presenteren zich in Londen aan financiële sector
By Rutger Betlem

Finovate Londra’ya FinTech katıldı

Finovate 2016 round-up: biometrics, blockchain and deep web risk assessment
By Alex Hamilton

IT Finanzmagazin
Innovative financial and banking technology: Finovate Europe 2016 in London – FinTech for banks
Sven Korschinowski

Inn Poland
Polskie firmy w awangardzie technologii finansowych
By Barbara Żbik

Jewish Business News
Capitali.Se Wins Finovate Europe ‘Best In Show’
By Viva Sarah Press

#Finovate : la carte du futur sera un ordinateur à part entière
By Aurore Geraud

FinovateEurope & Social Data
By Noel Peatfield

Fitnech: London’s New Big Bang?

I Might Have Found the Next ‘Xero’ at Europe’s Best FinTech Conference
By Sam Volkering

More Risk than Reward for Early Tech Adopters

Nic Sheen’s Blog
Finovate Day 1

NoCamels News Flash
Fintech Startup Capitalise Wins Finovate Europe Competition

Nostrum Group blog
Nostrum Reports on Finovate Europe Day 1

The Official English Blog of the Krakow Start-Up Scene (K’Sup)
VoicePin Wants You to Throw Away your Passwords
By Paul Chen

Octo Talks
FinTech – Finovate 2016 Londres – notre résumé
By Sylvain Fagnent

What will be the hottest trends of 2016?
By Ben Rabinovich

Polskie Radio
FinTech İstanbul, Finovate Londra’da

Silicon Republic
Israeli fintech AI start-up wins Finovate Europe ‘Best in Show’
By Colm Gorey

FinTech İstanbul uluslararası ilk adımını Londra’da attı

Time Turk
Finovate Avrupa 2016 Konferansi

Tech in Asia
A fintech VC on the best startups at a less-than-stellar Finovate London
By Vladislav Solodkiy

Verdict Financial

VoicePIN blog
Finovate Europe 2016

FinovateEurope 2016, Avrupa’nın finansal teknoloji girişimlerini ağırladı
By Firat Demirel

World Finance
Finovate 2016

We’ll update the list as more press comes in. If you’ve published a piece you’d like us to include, please email the link to

Thanks to everyone for attending, presenting, and covering the conference on Twitter and in the press. We’re already looking forward to next year’s event!

FinovateEurope 2016: Tweets By the Thames

Twitterlogo_lightblueFollowing our conferences via Twitter is a great way for both those attending the show live as well as those following the action remotely to share their insights and opinions.

And browsing through the online conversation afterwards provides a wonderful reminder of what shocked and awed our audiences the most at this year’s event.

So, courtesy of Twitter and #Finovate, here is a small sample of FinovateEurope 2016’s more memorable observations and fintech-savvy tweets:
















FinovateEurope 2016 Best of Show Winners Announced


With winter winds whipping up white caps on the typically mild-mannered Thames, another FinovateEurope is officially in the books.

We could not be more grateful to all those who demonstrated their latest fintech innovations live on stage in front of our record-setting audience here at Old Billingsgate Market Hall. After two days of demos, our attendees have weighed in on which technologies will earn the coveted title of Best of Show.

So with no further ado, let’s take a look at what our 1,500+ fintech fans feel are the innovations that are getting us that much closer to a world of better engagement, friction-free and secure payments and e-commerce, and broader financial opportunities for all.

Here are the Best of Show winners of FinovateEurope 2016 (in alphabetic order):

for its technology that uses natural language to enable trade automation, turning investment ideas into auto-managed investment portfolios.


drivewealth-logo DriveWealth for its cloud-based/API technologies that enable real-time, fractional share investing and trading in U.S. equities for mass retail investors around the world.


Eyeverify---Hi-Res EyeVerify for its biometric authentication, Eyeprint ID technology that turns an ordinary selfie into a key that protects your digital life.


IDscan---Hi-Res IDscan Biometrics for its market-leading, digital, onboarding suite with a powerful, state-of-the-art facial  recognition algorithm.


SwipeStox---Hi-Res SwipeStox for its mobile social trading app that allows anyone to trade forex, market indicies, and CFDs by copying single trades.


Valuto---Hi-Res Valuto for its multi-currency account powered by an open API that enables seamless integration with SaaS accounting, e-invoicing, B2B marketplace, and e-commerce platforms.

FinovateEurope 2016 was a blast, and we hope you enjoyed the conference as much as we enjoyed hosting it. As always, a thousand thanks to everyone who attended, sponsored, partnered with, and demonstrated their latest fintech innovations at FinovateEurope 2016. We’ll see you next year!

Notes on methodology:
1. Only audience members NOT associated with demoing companies were eligible to vote. Finovate employees did not vote.
2. Attendees were encouraged to note their favorites during each day. At the end of the last demo, they chose their three favorites.
3. The exact written instructions given to attendees: “Please rate (the companies) on the basis of demo quality and potential impact of the innovation demoed.”
4. The six companies appearing on the highest percentage of submitted ballot were named “Best of Show.”
5. Go here for a list of previous Best of Show winners through 2014. Best of Show winners from FinovateEurope 2015 are here. Best of Show winners from FinovateSpring 2015 are here. Best of Show winners from FinovateFall 2015 are here.


Welcome to FinovateEurope 2016: Day 2


Are you ready for day two of FinovateEurope 2016?

Our first conference of the year began Tuesday with 40 demonstrations of the latest in fintech innovation. Day two begins Wednesday morning with registration opening at 8:00 AM and the first demo starting at 8:45 AM.

Here is the lineup for Wednesday. Be sure to follow us on Twitter for our live coverage of FinovateEurope 2016.

Demo session 5: 8:45 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.

Demo session 6: 10:45 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.

Demo session 7: 1:00 p.m. – 2:40 p.m.

Be sure to follow us on Twitter for our live coverage of FinovateEurope 2016.

Welcome to FinovateEurope 2016: Day 1


FinovateEurope is finally here, and if you’ll be sitting in the audience today, you’re part of the largest FinovateEurope audience in history!

The first demo session kicks off at 8:45, so grab a cup of coffee and find a seat in the auditorium.

Here are a few key things to remember:

  • Wifi network is FinovateEurope 2016 (no password required)
  • We’ll be live-tweeting throughout the event. Follow @Finovate and tag your tweets #Finovate.
  • Download our event app (search Finovate in the Bizzabo app) to connect with other attendees, view information about the presenters, and more.
  • Lunch is at noon. Buffet tables are downstairs. If you’re looking for a quick option, grab a boxed lunch on the mezzanine level.

Here is the demo lineup for today:

Demo session 1: 8:45 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.

Demo session 2: 10:45 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.

Demo session 3: 1:00 p.m. – 2:20 p.m.

Demo session 4: 2:50 p.m. – 4:10 p.m.

Stay tuned to Twitter for more live coverage. We’ll see you all tomorrow at 8:45 a.m. when the first demo session begins.

FinovateEurope 2016 Begins Tomorrow (Update SOLD OUT)


FinovateEurope 2016 starts tomorrow at 8:00 AM so we’re spending the day rehearsing the demos with the 71 presenting companies. This will be our largest European event to-date and will be packed with new technologies and plenty of networking opportunities.

Here’s what you need to know:

  1. Arrive early to get the perfect seat.
  2. Registration opens at 8:00 AM and the first demo will begin at 8:45 AM in the demo hall at the Old Billingsgate Market (directions).
  3. Download our event app (search Finovate in the Bizzabo app) to connect with other attendees, view information about the presenters, and more. 
  4. Regular tickets are sold out, but a few tickets for the second day only are available here


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For specific questions, visit our FAQ at the bottom of the event site or email