Fintech Festival Early Pass Now Available
Singapore. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Singapore Fintech Festival has shifted its focus to the online broadcast. But on 2-4 November 2022, the biggest FinTech event in the world is finally back to welcome attendees in person.
FinTech Festival seeks to provide a one-of-a-kind opportunity for FinTech companies and personalities across the globe to connect and collaborate, as well as discuss innovation.
This year’s theme “Building Resilient Business Models amid Volatility and Change,” is set to reflect the prevailing challenges and opportunities in the financial sector today. With the global economy experiencing inflation and a growth slowdown, FinTech firms are facing new hurdles to stay resilient.
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The key stakeholders of the SingaporeFinTech Festival include regulators, financial services leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, technology leaders, and government leaders. These people are tasked to examine three key topics for this year’s event:
- How are organisations building and redefining business models that can be more resilient to volatile market conditions?
- How are organisations balancing corporate responsibility and profitability in order to achieve greater stakeholder satisfaction and engagement?
- How are organisations designing inclusive business models that cater to the needs of the unbanked and underbanked?
Singapore FinTech Festival 2022 Overview
Here’s an event calendar and what you can expect with Singapore FinTech Festival 2022.
The 7th edition of the Singapore FinTech Festival is expected to bring more than 60,000 participants from 160 countries.
Early Bird passes for the three-day event are now available on their website at only S$500 per pass (50% off). This pass gives attendees access to plenary sessions, exhibition and ecosystem stages, business matching, dining, and networking hour & activities.
SFF is organised by the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Elevandi, and Constellar, in collaboration with The Association of Banks in Singapore.
For more information, check out the Singapore FinTech Festival website or follow them on Facebook.