The DEMOvation Challenge is Back. After a successful launch in 2014, Bank Innovation 2015, on March 2-3 in Seattle will once again host an exclusive DEMOvation session. The DEMOvation session will kick-off Day Two of the conference, which brings together FinTech mavens with innovative bankers for a series of in-depth discussions.
Innotribe, SWIFT’s FinTech startup initiative, announced its 2015 Startup Challenge locations today, and opened the competition to applications.
Is every banking conference truly blah, blah, blah boring?
Fintech Sandbox, a newly launched non-profit looking to cultivate financial services startups, has quietly scored a crucial sponsor: Silicon Valley Bank.
Mobile banking user growth shows no sign of slowing at three of the nation’s largest banks.
More than 280 companies entered the Innotribe Startup Challenge but just two emerged triumphant: the money movement service Epiphyte, and Matchmove, which offers virtual credit cards.
To explain the remarkable technology innovation coming out of Israel, one Israeli entrepreneur once said that in the tiny nation, “there’s zero tolerance for work-arounds.,” This is the kind of attitude we are looking forward to seeing aimed squarely at fintech. Indeed, on Oct. 22-23, Leumi, one of Israel’s largestRead More
The second and final day of Finovate Fall 2014 saw several strong presentations on the stage. There was were no drones, costumes or grunting, on Day 2 as there were in Day 1, but overall the demos were stronger, especially early in the day.
Finovate Fall 2014 is halfway over and if you were one of the nearly 1,500 attendees packed into New York’s Hilton Midtown, you saw two costumed superheroes on stage grunting as they apparently tried to open an account on a mobile device.
Thee were also 34 other demos.
Is the intensity of banking innovation really heating up?
A Facebook patent application uncovered by Bank Innovation looks like the social media giant is working on a PFM app.