Contentworks Agency becomes Media Partner for Cyprus Fintech Expo 3.0

Cyprus Fintech Expo 3.0 is set to attract international thought leaders with the knowledge and insight to discuss industry trends and ideas on how the sector might change over the coming months and years.

Contentworks, a leading marketing agency for the finance sector, will be media partnering with the upcoming Cyprus Fintech Expo 3.0. The one-day event will take place on Thursday 16th January 2020 at the Hilton Park Hotel in Nicosia, Cyprus, from 8.30am. The event is organized by IMH.

Cyprus Fintech Expo 3.0 – An Overview

Cyprus Fintech Expo 3.0 is set to attract international thought leaders with the knowledge and insight to discuss industry trends and ideas on how the sector might change over the coming months and years.

Cyprus Fintech Expo 3.0, conducted in English, will delve into the world of fintech as well as the finance sector. There will be a focus on the future of finance and new opportunities that might arise due to revolutionary fintech developments. The eagerly awaited conference will also address fintech challenges and potential risks, which are both topics set to spark lively debate.

Why Contentworks Is A Great Fit For Cyprus Fintech Expo 3.0

As a content marketing agency for the finance and fintech sector, Contentworks is a natural fit for Cyprus Fintech Expo 3.0. Headquartered in Limassol, Cyprus, Contentworks has worked with leading fintechs and international brokers, blockchain enterprises and crypto start-ups. Offering market analysis, financial services content, video marketing, whitepapers and more, Contentworks creates tailored content to meet client needs.

Speaking of the upcoming event, Director of Business Niki Nikolaou said:

“The fintech space is one we’re familiar with and it never stops innovating. If you take your eyes off the space for even a week, you miss so much. We are looking forward to gaining more insights by attending Cyprus Fintech Expo 3.0 in addition to meeting other fintech professionals”

Cyprus Fintech Expo 3.0 – Why attend?

A full schedule.

Attendees of the Cyprus Fintech Expo 3.0 conference can expect an action packed and educational day with a full schedule divided up into 5 interesting sessions. These include:

  • The fintech revolution
  • Fintech and banking
  • Digital payments
  • New technologies
  • Fintech and cybersecurity.

The conference will be end with a networking and cocktail session in the Exhibition Area.

An interactive, networking event

Bringing together experts from the finance and fintech realm, Cyprus Fintech Expo 3.0 is the perfect place to talk with like-minded people. Ideal for CEOs, CFOs, COOs, managing directors, IT managers and other business leaders, this summit is a great chance to meet thought leaders from across the island as well as international business experts.

You’ll also be able to:

  • Gain insights on the fintech revolution
  • Discover new trends in the sector
  • Explore the path to success from well-performing fintech start-ups
  • Learn how to improve the digital customer experience throughout 2020 and beyond
  • Network with fintech professionals and make future business connections

Making the most of a conference

To make the most out of Cyprus Fintech Expo 3.0, it’s a good idea to find out who’s attending in advance and pre-arrange meetings to avoid disappointment. You should also know the schedule so you can send the right people from your company; those who will understand the subjects in detail and be able to feedback to the rest of the team.

With high-profile sponsors including Cablenet, CRM.COM, G.A.P. Vassilopoulos Group & Worldline | SIX Payment Services (Europe) S.A., Hellas Direct, iSPIRAL, JCC Payment Systems, Mellon (Cyprus) Ltd, Priority, Zebra Consultants | Red Hat, ATC, CL8, EY, KPMG, Moebius, NETinfoPAY Ltd, NetU, Paysafe and Bolt, this will be an event to remember.

For more information registrations and general enquiries, please contact IMH:
Τel.: 22505555 │ Fax: 22679820 │ E-mail: [email protected]

Contact the Contentworks team to discuss content marketing for your brand and to arrange a meeting at the upcoming summit.

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