Booking Information


Europe Landing Pad

Germany, Switzerland, France


20-31 Jan 2020


Blockchain Technology
Financial services

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Landing Pad Bootcamp - Switzerland, France and Germany including the Paris Fintech Forum 2020

About event:

Seeking expressions of interest

We are calling out to all Australian financial technology, regtech, insurtech or blockchain/AI/data companies working in financial services who are interested in doing business in Europe/UK. Powered by the Europe Landing Pad, experience a fully curated program and site visits to the major fintech ecosystems across Europe as well as attendance to Paris Fintech Forum.

The success of last year’s delegation to the Paris Fintech Forum, Europe’s signature fintech event, saw a group of Australian fintechs take the world stage. This year in addition to the Paris Fintech Forum, we will run a boot camp at our landing pad in Berlin, Germany and include a side trip Switzerland for the opportunity to meet with a range of stakeholders and see a variety of ecosystems across three key European markets.

Paris Fintech Forum brings together quality CEO’s and speakers with this year including Christine Lagarde, Ministers of Finance from across EU, OakNorth, Transferwise, NuBank, Kabbage, Starling Bank and Plaid just to name a few.

Why participate?
  • Opportunity to see a variety of ecosystems in multiple markets
    (locations tbc: Berlin, Frankfurt, Zurich, Paris) 
  • Speed date with Europe’s banking and finance industry
  • Network with potential customers
  • Immersive learning component to
    • Help companies adopt their pitch to Europe markets
    • Get to grips with the regulatory and legal landscape
    • Learn about EU/UK Open Banking progress, GDPR and PSD2
  • Join the European Landing Pad as a virtual network member or for a residency following the program

The boot camp is free


4 October 2019

How to apply:

Expressions of Interest to:

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