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Finextra Future Money presents: How to succeed as a fintech start-up

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Finextra is inviting start-up companies in London to participate in the first of a series of breakfast roundtables ahead of the forthcoming Future Money conference, run in association with fintech accelerator space Level39.

With accelerators, labs and incubators popping up all over London, fintech is the hottest trend in the startup scene.

The two-and-a-half hour breakfast event at One Canada Square in Canary Wharf will focus on the special qualities required to succeed as a start-up in the fintech space.

Presented by Nektarios Liolios, managing director, fintech at Startupbootcamp, and most recently director of the Innotribe Startup Challenge, along with Samad Masood, FinTech Innovation Lab Programme Director, Accenture, the roundtable will provide pointers and advice to start-ups looking to grow their profile and create a credible business case for the press, investors and future customers.

The 22 January roundtable is the first in a series of special preview events which Finextra will be hosting in the run up to Future Money, a two-day conference in April exploring the new wave of innovation sweeping across the financial services sector.

Taking place at Level39 in Canary Wharf on 30 April and 1 May, Finextra Future Money will bring together banks, government agencies, public policy makers, VCs and start-ups to debate the future of banking and the influence of the digital lifestyle on financial services.

Registration for the The Finextra Future Money start-up breakfast is open now.

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