Sudan’s First and Only Virtual Summit and Expo on Fintech, Sudan Fintech Summit, will take place from 18-19 August 2021.
Sudan Fintech Summit is the definitive meeting place facilitating multi-stakeholder dialogue with power packed networking opportunities among C-Level executives, leading Industry experts, decision makers, policy makers and government officials from across the value chain to foster collaboration, discuss current challenges, business opportunities, develop market strategies, share knowledge, and identify solutions aimed at shaping the future of fintech.
Banking on the future of fintech could prove to be a groundbreaking moment for Sudan as it builds bridges and rejoins the global financial system. The meteoric rise of fintech has transformed lives and economies, unleashing innovation and propelling an upsurge of financial inclusion.
In Sudan, the pandemic has prompted growth in digital retail banking solutions evidenced by a 64% increase in person-to-person mobile transfers and a 43% increase at the point of sale. The past year, electronic banking services moved over US$ 36 billion in electronic transactions, this including check clearing and person to person transfers.
At Sudan Fintech, meet the people who matter. Over 2 days, with over 500 industry experts, decision makers, technologists, entrepreneurs, investors, academics and more in attendance. The summit is the perfect platform to engage with the industry and make the virtual connections you need to drive business growth and stay ahead of the curve.
A New Way to Experience a Summit
A virtual event works very much the same as our in-person events, with many of the physical features transferring across to the digital experience. The event will enable you to view the presenters live or catchup through recordings and visit vendors booths and network with anyone on the platform.
All you need is a desktop, laptop, tablet, or phone, and you can digitally attend from the safety and comfort of your office or home. The Event will run for 48 Hours from 18 August 2021, 09:00hrs Central Africa Time or GMT +2 to ensure global attendance from all time zones.