Mobey Forum‘s flagship fintech event is coming to Toronto from December 7 to December 9, 2016. They’ve partnered with Carta Worldwide to hold Mobey Day Toronto.
Hosted at the Four Seasons, this event will focus on topics such as UI/UX, machine learning, and innovation integration in mobile and digital payments.
We are pleased to announce that our CEO Lee Dale will join the judging panel for the Future Bank Contest.
Lee will judge the innovative digital payment methods of four finalist teams alongside executive representatives from Visa, BMW Design Works, and Wealthsimple. The winning team will receive a grand prize of $15,000 and the chance to work with Visa to build a prototype with the Visa Developer Program.
We’re encouraging UI/UX, MBA candidates, and accelerator and incubator attendees to join this challenge by forming teams of 4-6 and submit your pitches by November 30.
Register your team by Nov 23 for a chance at the $15,000 prize and to work with Visa on a prototype.
In addition to the Future Bank contest, Mobey Day Toronto will also include the Wallet Veterans Panel Day discussion, where early innovators share their approach to balancing reality and optimism, insight into the Digital Wallets Database, and multiple inspiring speakers from the tech world.
Mobey Day Toronto is an opportunity for top decision makers and financial influencers from fintech industries, as well as fintech innovators to come together.
Organizers anticipate that this event prepares attendees with the proper knowledge surrounding future fintech innovation. If you are in the downtown core and find interest in this event, we encourage you to register!
Say Yeah has a long history working with financial services companies to drive customer engagement, digital payment solutions, internal financial team insights, B2B transactions in the consumer loan space, and other lending products. If you’re looking to make an impact in the financial services market, fintech space, or would like an expert eye on your existing digital initiatives, contact us now.