What’s next for the FinTech space who will survive and who will perish
Fintech: A Digital Revolution in India
FinTech has now started to be an indispensable part of our everyday transactions even though it is at a budding stage. It has started to serve as the necessary catalyst for driving financial inclusion in the country by creating lucrative opportunities for the poor and unbanked population. The shift from traditional transactions to digital transactions is rewarding for the mass and the businesses. This innovation has helped the self-employed, rural entrepreneurs, small borrowers, SMEs and MSMEs. In a country that has the world’s second largest unbanked population, FinTech has to play a critical role in breaking barriers such as lack of financial awareness, high-cost of traditional banking services and policy-gaps that a prevent a large percentage of Indians to be a part of the formal financial landscape.
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A world class platform, one-to-one meetings with solution providers and the opportunity to network with your peers will arm you with the information you need. The summit will discuss key challenges being faced, advancement in the sector and the opportunities. The summit will include: