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At Sibos in Dubai, we’re taking a slightly different approach, by moving away from presenting topics to building actual capabilities. Our 2013 Innotribe program introduces the concept of “journeys”. Just like the metro or undergroun[...]
The semi-finalist round of the Innotribe Startup Challenge concluded in June with our third and final regional showcase event in New York City. The topic areas represented by the 47 semi-finalist startups who pitched in Singapore, London and New York[...]
The Innotribe team is preparing a 4 day programme for Sibos Boston, from 29 September to 2 October. For the last 6 years, we have tried to create immersive learning experiences on the innovations that could impact the future of the financial industry[...]
On Monday I went along to the London Enterprise Technology Meetup as it was focused on my favourite pet topic: innovations in financial technology (fintech). It was a very well organised meet with an interesting presentation from Samad Masood from Fi[...]
With New York ranked only second behind Silicon Valley as one of the fastest growing fintech startup centres in America, we were excited to see what startups the Big Apple had to offer! For this third and final regional Startup Challenge showcase – p[...]
Innotribe catches up with cyber intelligence company and Startup Challenge 2012 finalist, Digital Shadows Digital Shadows, a UK-based cyber intelligence company that helps clients discover and remedy the exposure of sensitive data via social media, c[...]
We’ve kicked off! The Innotribe Startup Challenge 2014 has commenced a week ago, with the first of three regional showcases taking place at London’s Level39 – the City’s (and Europe’s) largest accelerator space in Canary Wharf. The London rain did no[...]
Earlier this year, we announced that over 280 startups had applied for the Innotribe Startup Challenge – a record number. 152 companies made it through the eligibility process and together with over 500 judges, we have selected the semi-finalists who[...]
Innotribe catches up with mobile app budgeting planner and Startup Challenge 2013 finalist, Pocketbook! Pocketbook, an Australian-based free budget planner and personal finance software that makes money management incredibly simple, recently received[...]
Last week was the inaugural #FinTechWeek in the UK, and by all accounts it was a very successful launch! I attended as much as I could, and followed along online for the parts I couldn’t get to, and here are my top six take-aways: The capital markets[...]
“Connected companies have the advantage, because they learn and move faster than their competitors. While others analyse risk, they seize opportunities. While others work in isolation, they link into networks of possibility and expand their influence[...]