Enter the Wolves’ Den
Chasing Unicorns & Dragons: Answering the Billion Dollar Question - A powerful (and occasionally ruthless) session that enables innovative FinTech start-ups and trail-blazers to real-time test the positive impact of their solutions. A “no-holds-barred” panel representing savvy Investors/Venture Capitalists and seasoned International FinTech Pioneers will evaluate the business model of each chosen startup or trail-blazer as outlined during their 10-minutes “elevator pitch” to the “Wolves”. Fireworks are
guaranteed – and expect some deals to be done too!...
Enter the Wolves’ Den
Chasing Unicorns & Dragons: Answering the Billion Dollar Question - A powerful (and occasionally ruthless) session that enables innovative FinTech start-ups and trail-blazers to real-time test the positive impact of their solutions. A “no-holds-barred” panel representing savvy Investors/Venture Capitalists and seasoned International FinTech Pioneers will evaluate the business model of each chosen startup or trail-blazer as outlined during their 10-minutes “elevator pitch” to the “Wolves”. Fireworks are
guaranteed – and expect some deals to be done too!
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