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FinovateEurope 2012 Demo Videos Now Available

By Eric Mattson on March 14, 2012 7:08 PM | Comments
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We're very excited to announce that we've just released the demo videos of the 35 new financial technology innovations that debuted last month in London at FinovateEurope 2012. If you were unable to attend the event, these fast-paced, 7-minute demo videos are your chance to check out the cutting edge of European fintech quickly and easily.

As usual, this new wave of videos is available free in the Finovate archives along with videos from all the other Finovate conferences over the past 5 years. FYI, we've recently upgraded the video player for all the videos in the archives for a better viewing experience.

If you're looking to catch our next showcase of new fintech innovations live, tickets for FinovateSpring 2012 (May 8/9 in San Francisco) are selling fast but still available. And we just announced FinovateFall 2012 (September 12/13 in New York) with a special "Launch" ticket discount of $500 off but only through this Friday (get your ticket now to lock in the savings).

We hope you enjoy the videos!

P.S. As we put FinovateEurope to rest for 2012, we'd also like to thank our sponsors (Bluerock Consulting & The Bancorp Bank) and partners (BankerStuff, BankInnovation, Celent, Deutsch Startups, Finance on Windows, The Financial Services Club, The Financial Services Innovation Centre, Juniper Research, & PYMNTS.com on the event one last time.

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