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[...]
In my previous blog post, I explained that as the Innotribe Startup Challenge 2015 application stage draws to a close on 22 February, I am explaining to a lot of startups from round the world, who Innotribe is, and why I feel they should get involved[...]
During the past 12 months of running the startup challenge I have had the pleasure of seeing a number of our startups through the coaching process, refine their story, and focus on explaining what their value proposition and USP is. Over the past cou[...]
Epiphyte has had a busy year in 2014. After their success at the Innotribe Startup Challenge, they went on to win at Next Bank Americas and also enrol in the Startupbootcamp Fintech London accelerator programme. And as crypto financial networks conti[...]
Innotribe recently enjoyed a chat with Shailesh Naik, CEO at Matchmove, and 2014 Startup Challenge winner in the growth-stage company category. Matchmove is a Singapore-based, exclusive digital entertainment and social enterprise solution provider fo[...]
For Innotribe at Sibos 2014, we worked with George P. Johnson, one of the oldest (if not the oldest) events marketing companies in the world. 2014 saw GPJ celebrate its 100th Anniversary of designing experiences that bring brands to life. They are ex[...]
As technological innovation continues to open doors in the financial services industry, opportunities are arising at every level: from the biggest banks down to the individual investors. The sector of personal finance is no exception, and two of our[...]
Looking back at the 2014 Innotribe Startup Challenge, it is clear that “Big Data” was indeed a big topic for our startup contestants. Almost a fourth of our 47 semi-finalists were focused on pushing the boundaries of big data. With the exponential gr[...]
After three very successful regional showcases in London, Singapore and New York in May and June, 15 FinTech startup finalists for Innotribe Startup Challenge 2014 finally came together to compete in the Grand Finale at Sibos in Boston on 1st October[...]
As previously announced, cryptocurrencies play a large part of Sibos agenda this year. Innotribe will dedicate a full day of its programme to the topic, and other sessions will also be organised across the rest of the conference.The Innotribe team de[...]
This is the last post in a series responding to the challenges facing cryptocurrencies. To view my interview with Innotribe and get access to my other posts around the topic, click here. What are some of the more fundamental, longer term issues cryp[...]
SWIFT Innotribe is about connecting people, networks and ideas, bringing together global innovators and investors, strategists, and influential decision-makers from leading financial institutions across the globe.
The initiative seeks to bridge the gap between today’s brightest startups and innovators and the financial service industry, looking for products and innovations that could disrupt current business models and create opportunities for new ones.
SWIFT is a member-owned cooperative that provides the communications platform, products and services to connect more than 10,000 banking organisations, securities institutions and corporate customers in 212 countries and territories.
SWIFT enables its users to exchange automated, standardised financial information securely and reliably, thereby lowering costs, reducing operational risk and eliminating operational inefficiencies.
SWIFT also brings the financial community together to work collaboratively to shape market practice, define standards and debate issues of mutual interest.