Are You Going to the Payments Canada Summit?

downloadFinance is undergoing a revolution. We all know this. For those of us working in the field, and especially those of use working in FinTech, the process is incredibly exciting and getting to know more about what is happening is always a welcome opportunity.

On May 24-26, 2017, Payments Canada is hosting a summit for the innovators in the payments field. For anyone working in (or interested in) the business, this is the place to go if you want to know where the financial revolution is taking us.

Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from financial experts, as the summit features keynote speakers from numerous companies ranging from successful startups like CauseSquare to financial superstars like ScotiaBank, Interac and Paypal Canada. Regardless of the level of success your startup has achieved, the keynote speakers are sure to impart vital tips for survival in the fierce financial industry.

Although the entire summit is a must for businessmen and women working in FinTech and InsurTech, the FinTech Cup is probably the most valuable event for FinTech startups and entrepreneurs. New startups can use the competition to gain vital exposure and funding for their business and more established startups will be given the opportunity to pitch their company to many of the top players in the business world.

Any successful startup considering the summit also needs to look into the exhibitor opportunities, as this is an excellent way to draw more attention to your brand. Exhibitors are given numerous perks, including social media and app mentions, promotion via corporate slides and the delegate bag, networking opportunities and exhibit space you can use to introduce your startup (and its amazing attributes) to the many attendees of the summit.

The Payments Canada summit is the largest payments conference in Canada and is a vital event for startups or companies looking to expand their hold on the financial market. If you want to ensure the success of your business, it should be in your calendar.

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