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October LNETM (Putting the Tech into FinTech)
NOTE: Our ticketing process has changed, so please use the following link to sign-up to the event: Technology change plays a central role in the evolution of financial services and the FinTech revolution. The October LNETM, in collaboration with the FinTech Innovation Lab, brings together a range of thought leading speakers from across the financial services ecosystem, to discuss key technology trends in this space and distinguish myth from reality. Speakers include: -- Eddie George (Founder of the New Finance Global Network) -- Jehangir Byramji (Strategy & Innovation, Lloyds Banking Group) -- Laura McGuinness (FinTech Innovation Lab Program Manager) -- Nathan O'Reilly (EMEA Head of Engineering & Technical Director of Services Transformation, Citi Group) There will be two demo presentations from FinTech Innovation Lab alumni: MemGraph is a fast and ultra scalable graph database platform powering the next generation of real-time intelligent applications. It's engineered from the ground up to deliver unparalleled ingest and query performance with maximum concurrency at massive scale, operating on commodity hardware or public/private cloud infrastructure. Memgraph unlocks the full potential of real-time connected data and empowers cutting-edge startups and global enterprises to extract sophisticated intelligence to thrive in today’s data-driven economy. Smartcalling revolutionises enterprise outbound calling. The proprietary technology sits on top of an existing customer app, allowing enterprises to brand themselves with an interactive display on their customers call screen upon calling them. Additionally, customers are empowered to take informed actions as they will know who is calling and why. They can use the ‘call me later’ button or ‘convert to chat’ button. Jennifer Morris (incoming FinTech Lab program manager) will provide an overview of the 2019 program and Ky Nicol (CEO & Founder of Cutover Software) will give his perspective of being part of the lab, in addition to success recipes for emerging companies wanting to get the most out of taking part.


107 Cheapside, London EC2V 6DN  · London


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We’re calling this The Enterprise Hackers Social Club because it’s dedicated to the people making it happen at big companies, the heroes of IT, the rebels of software architecture :) If you're a developer and care about APIs, scalability, distributed systems, identity management, security, or just build really cool stuff... let's drink!

The Enterprise Hackers Social Club no longer has an organiser, so I've stepped in temporarily to propose that we merge this group with a Meetup that I already run called the London Enterprise Tech Meetup (

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