Applications Now Open for Mayor of London’s TechInvest Event Series 4: Fintech

Jul 31, 2018 · Applications now open! - Deadline 29 August

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The Mayor of London's TechInvest is a 4-year programme presented by the Mayor of London, in partnership with UK Business Angels, to showcase London's top innovators in leading tech sectors. Throughout this 4-year event series, each sector themed showcase will highlight 8-10 leading entrepreneurs seeking funding to scale to a room of over 120 elite investors at unique locations throughout London. The next TechInvest event will present 10 of London's top innovators bringing effective Fintech solutions to positively impact the lives of the Capital's communities. We are looking for London-based businesses improving traditional delivery methods of financial services by harnessing innovations that empower and improve the lives of Londoners.

TechInvest seeks to showcase businesses from start-up through to scaling that actively raising investment in the range of £250k-£2m to expand and grow. Our expert panel of judges will be looking for businesses that demonstrate market disruption and offer solutions in such applications of FinTech as financial inclusion and education, insurance, regulatory, budgeting, risk management and any other applicable digital solution for access to financial services. Applications are now being accepted through until August 29, 2018 for the opportunity to pitch at City Hall in London's Living Room on September 28, 2018 to over 120 Angel Investors and investment community elites.

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