FinTech Germany Award 2020
Award: 14th of May 2020 in Frankfurt. Application deadline 31.03.2020
Connect by Mar 31 '20
Oct 30 '19-May 14 '20 (6 months)
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
About FinTech Germany Award 2020
The Fintech Germany Award (fintechgermanyaward.de/) is awarded to leading startup companies in the “Fin” universe. It was initiated 2016 by Börsen-Zeitung (the leading German stock exchange daily), Frankfurt Main Finance e.V. (Frankfurt’s financial center initiative) and TechFluence (a leading FinTech consultancy boutique).
The award provides entrepreneurs from the FinTech, InsurTech, RegTech and adjacent sectors a big stage and the acknowledgement for their achievements since founding their companies, through prizes awarded in several categories by a competent jury.
The award is a renowned prize for startups and scale-ups whose business ideas have the potential to revolutionize or shape the financial sector. On the award evening, award winners will not only have the opportunity to present their companies to a high-ranking audience, but also to network with members of the jury, representatives of the media and the financial centre Frankfurt.
On May 14th 2020 outstanding startups and scaleups will be awarded with the Fintech Germany award at Frankfurt’s Techquartier by a top-level jury. fintechgermanyaward.de/jury/
At the jury’s discretion the following categories will be awarded:
•Best Foreign Entrant to Germany
In addition, the jury will award special awards in the following subsectors:
• Artificial intelligence
The award ceremony will be moderated by Mr Nektarios Liolios, co-founder of Startupbootcamp London and one of the leading figures of the global fintech movement.
Application deadline is March 31st 2020 at 23.59h.
Jury members have a right to nominate startups. So some of you might be approached by jury members or our project office in order to fill out our questionnaire at F6s.
Apply ASAP to have the chance to be selected to present your firm on March 4th 2020 to the jury at the open jury session during “Finanzplatztag 2020”, one of the leading events for the financial sector in Germany organized by Börsen-Zeitung with 1000+ participants over 2 days.