Blockchain technology, or more in general distributed ledger technology, is a much-discussed catalyst to improved and new business processes and business models, and is likely to have a significant impact on how we redesign future production, trading and handling of goods and services…
After a loud applause, it was time for the panel, which consisted of a diverse foursome and a brilliant moderator from the startup and finance world. To make it digestible for our readers, I’ve summarized the debate in a couple of key questions and answers below:
While senior leadership from the New York banking scene, forward thinking tech startup founders and curious VCs start filling up the seats of the SparkLabs event venue - where B-Hive and IE are hosting the third Fin & Tonic New York event in its series – I sipped my refreshing gin and tonic and went over the event's promising line-up of keynote and panel speakers:
Last week, we had a packed house at B-Hive’s headquarters for our monthly Fin & Tonic. This month’s theme was around scaling your business, featuring our co-founder and managing partner Jurgen Ingels as well as a fantastic panel of speakers.
Join a 3-day fact finding mission to Berlin – organized by B-Hive, startups.be, Trendwolves and Flanders Investment & Trade – and get to know decision makers from Fintech-related startups based in Berlin, representatives from banks and financial industry corporations, investors and VC funds focused on fintech.
We had the pleasure to host #FinAndTonic - Blockchain. Our guests could learn from Koen Vingerhoets (KBC), Dirk Avau (Intellect.eu) and Gaston Hendriks (Quantoz). The event took place at the Eggsplore co-working space, where we received more than 80 participants.