Stakeholders in the financial technology industry would be dissecting issues around digital finance in emerging economies at the forthcoming Africa Financial Technology Congress (AFTC) scheduled for August 25 at Four Points By Sheraton Victoria Island, Lagos.
According to organisers, the event which is powered by Africa Brands, Playstation and Paycity and tagged, “Unlocking the Potential of Digital Finance in Emerging Economies,” will create a platform to continually share more insight on the progress of Africa’s fintech revolution as Africa, in the past 15 years, experienced significant development through digital technology growth that is being driven by the Fintech Revolution.
Chief Editorial Officer of African Brands, Desmond Esorougwe said the Congress will bring together senior representatives from banks, government, investors, FIS, card providers, payment services platforms, Blockchain executives and solutions providers to brainstorm solutions to the industry’s key challenges and opportunities.
He noted further that the AFTC Brands showcase, which is an initiative that seeks to showcase idea products and inventions of organisations within the financial technology space will provide organisations with exposure at a premier congress and exhibition devoted to increasing Brand visibility.
Speaking about the award session of the event, he stated that the awards will be presented to Winners who have made outstanding contributions to the development of the Fintech Industry through innovation and invention in Africa. “The African Brands Media Ltd will provide an exclusive reporting of the Entire Award Winners and showcase their Achievement in a Special Edition of Fintech Revolution in Africa 2023 with a view of creating more awareness of these Brands globally,” Esorougwe said.
At the award session, 100 Africa leading Financial Technology Brands that are promoting financial institutions in 2023 will be unveiled in the African Brands Media Ltd. “It will be an opportunity to celebrate Africa’s Fintech Innovators,” he said.