The Madrid Capital FinTech (MAD FinTech) cluster will be present on 10, 11 and 12 May at the Madrid Platform, an online congress with the aim of deploying the largest international business hub between Europe and Latin America.
All partners of Madrid Capital FinTech (MAD FinTech) and members of Foro ECOFIN will be able to register to participate in the two hours of co-creation and reflection that we will propose on Monday 10th May from 18:00 to 20:00 Spanish time. (Registration and the Madrid Platform programme are available at this link).
Madrid Platform will be held at the Palacio de Cibeles with the collaboration of the Madrid City Council and will be packed with activities, panels, presentations and workshops focused on creating a framework for transatlantic collaboration that brings together the best talent from Europe and Latin America.
The FinTech Revolution
The Madrid Capital FinTech (MAD FinTech) cluster will propose a reflection on the FinTech Revolution in people’s lives, proposing a meeting between FinTech and InsurTech entrepreneurs willing to share their disruptive proposals.
The common denominators of the proposed solutions are oriented towards the new reality: digitalised and mobile society, telework and telemedicine, disintermediation, technology, open banking, apification, hybridisation, health, cybersecurity, etc.
Journalist Rafael Sierra, editor ofSeguros News and Territorio FinTech, will coordinate the debate together with Salvador Molina, president of the ECOFIN Forum. Both speakers will generate a conversation aimed at proposing synergies, creating new solutions and searching for answers to the needs of today’s digitalised and confined society, but which is already preparing the new normal.
This alliance responds to its international vocation and its goal of becoming the largest financial and FinTech cluster in Europe through collaboration and Open Innovation.
Madrid Platform will feature 60 debates and workshops in which up to 3,000 people from 20 countries are expected to participate, including 300 entrepreneurs who will hold up to 1,500 meetings. All of this is aimed at creating a cutting-edge innovation ecosystem, with Madrid as a benchmark.