The Western Cape Department of Economic Development and Tourism Launched the Digital Innovation Matchmaking Challenge last week to boost the Fintech and 4IR-tech ecosystems.
Mahdi Hendricks, Deputy Director at DEDAT’s Strategic Initiatives, share how this opportunity fits into the broader strategy, how to apply and why tech firms should apply at https://matchi.biz/challenges before 15 January 2021.
Successful applicants of the upcoming Landing Pad programme with TechQuartier and KPMG will discover Germany‘s FinTech hub and Frankfurt‘s way of doing business – and it will happen in a matter of one week (instead of months) whilst meeting all relevant players and influencers from the fastest growing FinTech ecosystem in Europe!
If this sounds appealing, watch this webinar recording with guest panelists Sven Korschinowski, Head of Fintech and Innovation @KPMG in Germany and Dr. Sebastian Schäfer, MD @TechQuartier along with previous Landing Pad participant, Kieron O’Brien, Director @KnowYourCustomer to gain indepth insight into the Frankfurt fintech ecosystem, the Landing Pad programme and how to submit a good application.
KPMG’s Mobility2030 proposition believes the way that people and goods move in the future will change due to the confluence of Electric Vehicles, Autonomous and Connected Vehicles and Mobility-as-a-Service.
Powered by Matchi; KPMG Global has launched the Mobility 2030 Innovation Challenge that aims to identify and empower emerging tech companies that are actively changing the future of mobility ecosystem within these five categories: Future of the Vehicle, Future of Transport Services, The New Mobility Customer Experience, Developing Mobility Infrastructure and Creating a Sustainable Mobility Ecosystem.
Watch this recorded discussion with Charlie Simpson and Natasha Patel from KPMG's Mobility2030 team for detailed insight into the innovation challenge (now closing on Sunday 17 June at 23:59 UK Time) and how to maximise this opportunity for your company.
Watch this webinar recording to get insider perspective on how to craft a high quality application that will impress the judges - and find out what's in store for the 20 shortlisted teams! This year’s Global Fintech Hackcelerator is expecting a record number of entries from start-ups all over the world who will innovate to address critical fintech challenges in areas including financial inclusion, insurtech and reg tech/sup tech. 20 start-ups will be shortlisted and matched with industry champions and business sponsors for mentoring and guidance, with 12 weeks to develop their ideas into market-ready solutions, in time for the Singapore festival. Finals of the program will be held at the Singapore Fintech Festival taking place from 12–16 November 2018 where the top 3 demos will win SGD 50,000 each.