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Grow Advisors FinTech Minute: 4 market entry options for banks to compete in online lending sector
Monday, October 10th, 2016

Grow Advisors (a Grow VC Group company) publishes its daily insight into the world of alternative finance and fintech. Here are some highlights: 4 market entry options for traditional banks to compete in online lending sector (& an invitation to join the conversation!) Much has been written about the threat that new online lending platforms… Read more…

European Financial Forum in Dublin
Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

Financial Times Live organized European Financial Forum in Dublin Castle on January 27. It gathered hundreds of finance executives and professionals not only from Europe but around the world. Fintech and digital finance got very important role in the presentations and panels. And it was probably also the hottest topic to discuss during the breaks…. Read more…

Ireland’s Startup Revolution: Startup Gathering
Sunday, October 18th, 2015

Startup Gathering 2015 is already part of the recent history of the irish startup ecosystem. With more than 400 events that took place across the country in five cities over five days – Dublin, Waterford, Cork, Limerick and Galway, the irish startup ecosystem has shown to the world how to orchestrate a big joint and… Read more…

Startup Commons Partners with Ireland Startup Gathering
Friday, September 18th, 2015

Ministers Bruton and Nash launch the StartUp Gathering, a programme of more than 300 events taking place from 5 – 10 October, 2015. The Startup Gathering of Ireland 2015 programme of events was launched in last week by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, T.D together with Minister of State for Business and Employment,… Read more…

Will FinTech and SME’s drive Europe’s Recovery?
Sunday, June 28th, 2015

Only now, some 7 or 8 years after the global financial crisis are economies of the European Union finally reaching pre-crisis levels. Despite self-congratulatory politicians, growth can be best described as tepid, and certainly well below previous peak levels. New deflationary demons lurk beneath the surface and guards are still up. Putting aside political optimism,… Read more…