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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 Anniv[...]
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 [...]
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 tog[...]
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 als[...]
Sibos interviewed Innotribe collaborators Peter Vander Auwera and Peter Hinssen on Twitter in advance of Sibos 2014 Boston. If you missed the live Twitter interview about the Innot[...]
Disruptive innovation gets everyone excited – or even anxious – and cryptocurrencies could quite possibly be the next game-changer in the industry. What is a cryptocurrency? Crypto[...]
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 o[...]
Innotribe catches up with mobile app budgeting planner and Startup Challenge 2013 finalist, Pocketbook! Pocketbook, an Australian-based free budget planner and personal finance sof[...]
“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 isolat[...]
If you are reading this, thinking should I / shouldn’t I participate, then I want to challenge you, and flip it to say: why wouldn’t you? The Innotribe Startup Challenge is free to[...]