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In case you missed it: FinTech NZ Connect Event Series

In case you missed it: FinTech NZ Connect Event Series

FinTech's spring series focuses on insurance technology innovation. Gain insight and learn about what's going in on in InsurTech. This will be followed by short presentations from a number of innovators, then a facilitated industry panel discussion and the opportunity to create business connections. They are also hosting TINZ in this series!

Wellington

Date: Tuesday 26th September

Time: 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Venue: Russell McVeagh, Dimension Data House, L24, 157 Lambton Quay

Cost: Free for FinTechNZ Members, $50 for non-members

Register here

Christchurch

Date: Tuesday 3rd October

Time: 4:00pm - 5:30pm

Venue: K208 Ara Institute, Engineering & Architectural Studies Building, Madras St

Cost: Free event

Register here

Auckland

Date: Tuesday 24th October

Time: 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Venue: MYOB Offices, 12 Normanby Road, Mt Eden

Cost: Free for FinTechNZ Members, $50 for non-members

Register here


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