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FinovateEurope 2013 Best of Show Winners

By Jim Bruene on February 13, 2013 4:24 PM Our third FinovateEurope wrapped up a few hours ago. At the end of each of the two jam-packed days, the London audience voted for their favorite three demos. The top eight overall were named Best of Show (see notes). The winners (in alphabetic order): Credit-Agricole for its app store where it is […]

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Clients Do Not Want Help. Until They Do.

(This was originally published as a guest post for my friends at the management consulting and strategic communications firm Beyond the Arc: Understanding how customers really want help.) On the same day I published a post about the sometimes disappointing allure of technology (Technology is Not a Silver Bullet), the always insightful Discerning Technologist Brad […]

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Finovate Spring 2012 Recap

Sorry to take a little while to get this posted, but I had an important Mothers Day post to write. Last week I attended the fifth annual Finovate financial technology conference in San Francisco. This year’s event was the largest yet, with nearly 1200 entrepreneurs, bankers, investors, analysts and FinTech fans experiencing 63 product demos […]

Congratulations Finovate Spring 2012 Winners!

Congratulations to the Finovate Best of Show winners (in alphabetical order): All in all a great show, and I enjoyed meeting lots of great people as I explore the intersection of leadership, advice and technology. More of my impressions and my personal favorites coming soon. BehavioSec BillGuard Dwolla iQuantifi MoneyDesktop Personal Capital SoMoLend 

Finovate Spring 2012 Preview

Finovate Spring 2012 Preview

This week I will be back in San Francisco attending the Finovate Spring 2012 financial innovation conference. Finovate is a two-day showcase of the newest financial and banking technology innovations from both established companies and startups. Short company demos of just seven minutes each are presented in back-to-back blasts, and no slides are allowed, so presenters […]