Staff Reporters
Jan 30, 2018

Fintech startups: Win a yearlong marketing campaign

Fintech startups have the chance to win a yearlong marketing campaign in a pitch contest being run by Corporate Treasurer.

Fintech startups: Win a yearlong marketing campaign

Campaign Asia-Pacific sister publication Corporate Treasurer has announced FinTank, billed as the world’s first live targeted competition specific to the treasury FinTech space, where startups are able to gain direct exposure to their product’s ultimate end-users.

"This unique opportunity will allow entrepreneurs to present their solutions to a panel of the region’s most sophisticated (and grumpiest!) corporate treasurers and CFOs, including Alibaba’s vice president of treasury, Randy Ou," according to editorial director Daniel Flatt.

The top three finishers in the contest will get the chance to promote their solutions on the Corporate Treasurer website for a year, gaining exposure to 9,000 of the region's top finance and treasury decision-makers.

Learn more about FinTank here. The entry deadline is February 16, and the behind-closed-doors pitches will take place March 7. 

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