Building a Fintech Startup

Fintech innovation is bursting in the NYC startup community and around the country. Fintech companies raised more than $39 billion in venture capital in 2018 (up 15% compared to 2017), while funding levels surged 120%. Although funding levels slowed down in 2019, fintech startups still raised over $24 billion in venture capital Q1-Q3.

In this boom, New York has become a hub of fintech startups changing how we handle insurance, loans, payments, investments, and more.

That’s why we’re thrilled to announce Fintech by Stacklist, a new monthly event series just for fintech enthusiasts.

This new event series will dive deep into the unique challenges fintech startups face in an increasingly crowded landscape, like strict regulatory oversight, rigorous security requirements, and high costs associated with launching a fintech product.

Join us for our first event, “Building a Fintech Startup” on January 30th to hear from some of the most experienced entrepreneurs in the NYC in the Fintech space! We’ll discuss:

  • Identifying your target market
  • Understanding & adhering to rules and regulations
  • Developing your product
  • Partnering and integrating with legacy financial institutions
  • Fundraising

Space is limited, so get your ticket now!

 

About the speakers

  • Nora Apsel, Co-founder of Morty
  • Preeti Krishnan, Chief of Staff at DailyPay

More speakers TBA!

 

Schedule

6:30 – 7:00: Drinks & Networking
7:00 – 8:00: Panel
8:00 – 8:15: Audience Q&A
8:15 – 9:00: More Drinks & Networking

 

About us

Fintech by Stacklist is a new monthly event series launched by Stacklist. This new event series will dive deep into the unique challenges fintech startups face in an increasingly crowded landscape.

Stacklist hosts weekly events to help entrepreneurs build great startups. Find out more about our events at our website, and check out events you’ve missed in our library.

 


 

Audio transcripts, videos and photos will be taken at the event. As an attendee, you acknowledge that such recordings, videos and photos may be used for promotional or marketing purposes.

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