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2022 Nigeria Fintech Week begins Oct 25

2022 Nigeria Fintech Week begins Oct 25

The organizing committee of Nigeria Fintech Week has revealed that the three-day event is scheduled to start on Tuesday, October 25, 3022.

According to TechEconomy, the event which is expected to host over 5000 participants from different parts of the world will be held at the Landmark Centre in Victoria Island, Lagos.

NFW is Africa’s and the world’s largest gathering of Fintech players, innovators, regulators, investors, big companies, development communities, and a variety of other actors.

The first day of the event will focus on the future of our ecosystem and how to build a strong backbone for the economy through partnerships, corporate governance, and forging new avenues.

The second day will focus on emerging technologies and the investment climate, while the third day will be all about regulatory insights, talent development, and security, and the final day will be all about blockchain.

To help every attendee make the most of the uncommon networking opportunities that only Nigeria Fintech Week can offer, the welcome cocktail reception, which was previously slated for October 24, has been renamed Breakfast Networking Sessions.

This year’s NFW will feature a variety of unique events, including engaging fireside chats and panel discussions, thought-provoking keynote speeches, product pitches, breakout sessions, and breakfast networking opportunities.

All brands, speakers, and attendees should anticipate networking and interaction opportunities, thought leadership, brand showcases, and customer acquisitions as other noteworthy aspects.

According to the President of the Fintech Association of Nigeria, Ade Bajomo, “More than 100 brands and 5000 participants from several countries/continents have registered to feature at the event. I am grateful to our partners such as Mastercard, Meta, Huawei, Binance, Zenith Bank, Interswitch, eTranzact, Branch, Remita, Branch, 9PSB, Banwo & Ighodalo, Sterling Bank, and others for associating their brands with NFW2022. Landmark Centre is the place to be throughout the week, and I look forward to welcoming you at the event”.

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