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FinovateAsia 2012 Demo Videos Now Available

By Eric Mattson on December 2, 2012 8:59 PM | Comments
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We're excited to announce the demo videos from FinovateAsia 2012 are now available for your viewing enjoyment. If you missed out on our inaugural Singapore conference this year, this is your chance to see the newest Asian fintech innovations from the 35 cutting-edge companies that were on stage. 

The videos are part of the Finovate Archives, where you can watch (for free) every demo of new technology since our first conference in the fall of 2007. It's an inspiring place to hang out online for a couple of hours.

If these videos have made you hungry for more, tickets for FinovateEurope (February 12-13, 2013 in London) are available at the early-bird discounted rate for a few more weeks. Our third annual London conference has been expanded to two days in order to showcase even more innovations and we hope you'll join us to watch the future of European fintech debut live! 

FinovateAsia 2012 was sponsored by: The Bancorp Inc., Citi Ventures, Financial Technology Partners, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, Standard Chartered, & Visa

FinovateAsia 2012 was partners with: Asian Banking & Finance, BankInnovation, BankerStuff, BeSuccess, Celent, Finance on Windows, PYMNTS.com, The Asian Banker & The Emerging Finance

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