As one of B-Hive’s goals is to build a stronger European fintech network, we signed an MoU earlier this year with FPAI, an Ireland-based not-for-profit organization established to further the interests of the stakeholders in the Irish fintech ecosystem who comprise its members. In January 2018, the FPAI became an affiliate member of the Banking & Payments Federation Ireland.
To reinforce on the collaboration, B-Hive is making its way to the Dublin Tech Summit on April 18-19 to connect closer with the community. This event will bring together today’s leaders with tomorrow’s technology. B-Hive is proud to support this event, as well as our partners in the region, such as aforementioned FPAI.
This exciting event, which focuses on themes such as Innovation and Future, includes workshops and incredible speakers, such as Johanna Maska, Obama’s Director of Media Advance; Casey Neistat, famous YouTuber; Ray O’Farrell, CTO of VMware; and Jason Zander, Corporate VP of Microsoft Azure.
We’d like to invite our members and partners to join us for Dublin Tech Summit and connect with the Dublin tech and startup community - and to learn more about IFS Ireland and the financial services industry in Dublin as a whole.
IFS Ireland is the banner brand for Ireland's international financial services industry. The brand has been created to represent and position Ireland’s vision and diverse IFS expertise to the world. IFS Ireland is an all-encompassing singular communication of our innovation and our intent. It embodies the proposition and values of Ireland’s unique capability, our global offer and the success and confidence of an exciting, growing and visionary industry. Their IFS2020 action plan is available now - check it out!
IFS2020 is a ‘whole-of-government’ approach to driving the growth and development of international financial services in Ireland, building on our strengths in talent, technology, innovation and excellent client service while focusing on capturing new opportunities in a changing marketplace and embracing the highest standards of governance.