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Project International Trade is partnering with the DIT to bring UK FinTech and PayTech companies over to Australia

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Project International Trade is partnering with the DIT to bring UK FinTech and PayTech companies over to Australia

Project International Trade is partnering with the Department for International Trade to bring UK FinTech and PayTech companies over to Australia as part of a trade mission and develop the UK-Australia FinTech bridge. This trade mission will allow UK FinTechs to showcase their brand at SIBOS in Sydney and at Collabe/Collide in Melbourne, Australia’s annual FinTech conference. A programme of events and networking activities will also be developed alongside the conferences to ensure maximum brand awareness throughout the trade mission. To find out more, contact Odette.hurle@mobile.trade.gov.uk.

Thanks to our Benefactor, Saxo Payments Banking Circle.

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