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Do you know the ABCDs of FinTech?

LOGYTalks, the new innovative conference platform, is hosting the first of its annual FinTech Summits on Thursday 24th November 2022, kicking off at β€” 8:00 AM GMT | 4:00 AM EST | 1:00 AM PST β€” on https://logytalks.com/summit/the-fintech-summit followed by the Marketing Summit on 08/12/2022. You can find out more information about them at www.LOGYTalks.com

In a time of perhaps unprecedented global challenges, these Summits are not restricted to those who can afford a plane ticket and big-buck conference fees. They’re hosted in cyberspace and uniquely offer simultaneous translation into various languages. It makes attendance affordable, environmentally friendly, and open to a broader and more diverse range of delegates: a truly global conference. Each of the summit sessions is hosted by a FinTech expert, including the most intriguing and innovative leaders from international companies, business owners, startup creators, major corporates, banking, and financial institutions, technological innovators in financial services, and business magnates who will come together to learn, share, and discuss industry challenges, solutions, and innovations.

The FinTech Summit is one of many events that LOGYTalks has hosted this year β€” which you can find in the previous summits section on www.LOGYTalks.com β€” and, like its predecessors, attendance at each session is certified so that delegates can count it towards their annual CPD requirements. Each session will be recorded and made available through the platform from the 25th of November onwards for a small fee. This opens up the conference content to those who are unable to attend on the day- or who can only sit in on one or two of the sessions due to other commitments.

Driss Ennaanay, the Founder and CEO of LOGYTalks said β€œI believe that access to the information and developments that will help change our world should not be restricted to those who can afford big ticket prices for in-person conferences. These, by their nature, are more likely to exclude speakers, businesses, and delegates from the developing nations and those for whom English is not their native language. Our virtual conference platform is designed to allow delegates from across the world to engage and connect with the thought leaders who can help them transform their businesses or their lives.”

LOGYTalks (www.LOGYTalks.com) was founded to create a new global conference platform that allows subject matter experts and businesses to connect with the people who want to hear what they have to say. We don’t just host and curate conferences, we help create long-lasting communities that encourage dialog and the exchange of ideas that will lead to transformational change.

We are β€œwhere big ideas come to play”, and we believe in reducing the financial, locational, and language barriers that prevent access to ideas and innovations that can transform our world.

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