January and February highlights at tomato pay

January and February highlights at tomato pay

It's 2020 -  the start of a new year, and a new decade

We are grateful to have been able to contribute to such a thriving industry for the past few years, particularly in 2019, and we are excited to see what 2020 will bring for tomato pay (formerly known as tomato pay), the fintech industry and of course, for consumers and small businesses. 
We anticipate a busy few months, and we will be announcing some exciting news very soon.

Here's what's on our agenda for the end of January and February. 

28th - 31st January: DIT Mission to Vienna and Austria

tomato pay CEO and co-founder, Nicholas Heller, will be visiting Vienna and Austria for three days along with the Department of International Trade to scope out the market's appetite for fintechs such as ourselves. 

If you are in the country, and want to know more about how tomato pays solution empowers financial services providers in the EU, then please do get in touch.

30th January: Australian-UK Fintech Reception at the Australian High Commission

As we continue to expand internationally, and increase our presence in Australia, events such as the Australia-UK Fintech Reception gives us the opportunity to learn more from other institutions with similar ambitions, and find out more about the market.

Our Communications Manager, Lisa will be attending. If you want to know more about our expansion into Australia, then please get in touch. 

5th February: HM Treasury Roundtable 

We are pleased to have received an invite by the British Chambers to an event hosted by the ABCC, who are supporting a visit by HM Treasury next week. This will include a series of stakeholder roundtable discussions. The discussion will help identify barriers and opportunities for financial services firms in Australia, in support of the strategy development of the UK-Australia Free Trade Agreement.

21st February: Fintech 101: UCL student visit to tomato pay and Deloitte

tomato pay (formerly Fractal) and Deloitte will be hosting a group of UCL Journalism Masters students eager to learn more about finance and emerging technologies. tomato pay CEO and co founder, Nicholas Heller, a senior Deloitte representative and a senior bank representative will be talking to the students about the current fintech environment, and how external events such as Brexit will impact the industry.

The group will be led by Camila Reed, Director and Digital Media and Strategic Communications of Global Voice.

26th February: UK and Australia FinTech Bridge - End of Program Celebration

Following the successful completion of the UK-Australia Fintech Bridge program, we are thrilled to be attending this evening reception to celebrate our achievements with the Department of International Trade since we first joined early last year. You can see our achievements since participating here, and here

If you want to learn more about Fractal, then we would love to chat to you. You can book some time to talk to one of our team members by emailing us at info@tomatopay.co.uk, or you can sign up through our contact form.