FinTech Addis Exhibition and Forum (Financial Technology Expo) Africa Hall, ECA Conference Centers, Addis Ababa, 14th-15th August 2019

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“Merging the Finance sector with Technology””
FinTech Addis is Ethiopia’s premier Digital banking and financial technology Expo and Forum that includes the modern and innovative approach in Finance and Economy field. The expo is expected to attract top-notch innovators, new Digital banking systems, traders, Accountants, Financial consultants, potential investors and many other stakeholders under one roof he to play a fundamental role for the development of the market, in the heart of east Africa Addis Ababa, the most vibrant market place and strategic hub of the region market.

Highlights

  • Financial Technology
  • Digital Banking
  • Mobile Banking

 

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