europeone selected to pitch at Money20/20 in Copenhagen

4 iunie 2017

europeone has been invited to speak at the Money20/20 Startup Pitch event in Copenhagen.

Money20/20 is the Europe’s largest fintech event, targeted for the financial services, payments, start-up and retail community.

Borderless bank europeone will be one of 12 start-ups each given three minutes to pitch their pioneering idea, solution or technology to a judging panel and the Money 20/20 audience.

At the end of each pitch, the panel of expert venture capital and fintech judges will grill each start-up in a two-minute Q&A.

Three finalists will then pitch to an audience of 3,000-plus on the General Session stage in a bid to win the top prize of €15,000. The two runners-up will receive €5,000 and €2,500 respectively.

“We are delighted to have been chosen to pitch at Money20/20. It goes to highlight what an excellent product we are building,” said europeone CEO Philipp Buschmann. “We look forward to attending the event.”

europeone is building a mobile bank targeted at the 3 million-plus Europeans who move abroad to live, love and work in another EU country each year. It will offer an account that works across countries and currencies, and multiple cards that can be used by an entire family, regardless of borders.

In its first year, Money20/20 Europe attracted more than 3,700 people focused on fintech and commerce, representing more than 1,500 companies.

This year’s event will be held at the Bella Centre Copenhagen on June 26 to 28. Further information can be found at

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