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On Wednesday 27 July we will look at managing Fintech products and services. We have got three speakers lined up who will talk about what it's like to develop Fintech products, both from a product and a go-to market perspective.
This ProductTank has been curated by Martin Eriksson, co-founder of Mind the Product (http://www.mindtheproduct.com/), who you can find here on Twitter (https://twitter.com/bfgmartin) and on LinkedIn (https://uk.linkedin.com/in/martineriksson).
This month's speakers:
Scott Eblen (Chief Product Officer at Nutmeg)
Talk: "Fintech & Shotguns"
Scott will share 4 key lessons about product development from Fintech: What Fintech product development has in common with manufacturing lead shot.
LinkedIn (https://uk.linkedin.com/in/scotteblen) | Twitter (https://twitter.com/wseblen)
Lars Kruger (Head of Product at Blockchain)
Talk: "The block chain - opportunities and challenges"
Lars will be explaining what the blockchain is and how it works. He'll also talk about what it can be used for, what the decentralised nature of the technology means for the products it powers, and how Blockchain have used it to let users be their own Bank.
LinkedIn | Twitter
Tracy Abraham (Chief Marketing Officer at CPP Group)
Talk: "Marketplace Banking and the "Uberisation" of Financial Services
Tracy will ask whether Finance will be the final frontier when it comes to disruption of our digital lives. With London at the heart of the fintech scene, Tracy will explore the way in which fintech start ups are taking on the establishment, putting customers and tech ahead of bureaucracy and bonuses.
LinkedIn (https://uk.linkedin.com/in/tracyabraham) | Twitter (https://twitter.com/TracelAb)
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