Technology disrupting finance seminar in Oulu 17 January

In this one-day-event we challenge you to think about the promise of data and technology for the future of finance!

Date: 17th of January 2017

Venue: Hotel Lasaretti, Oulu, Finland.

New technologies, such as blockchain, cryptography, IoT, 5G, and AI together with new regulations and changing customer attitudes are disrupting finance business.

In this one-day-event we challenge you to think about the promise of data and technology for the future of finance!

Check out the world-class speakers and register here

The event is organised by Oulu Innovation Alliance, VTT, Barrabes, Boogie Software, Business Oulu, Nordea, OP, Technopolis and Oulu Business School. VTT is a core partner in the Digital Disruption of Industry research consortium. 

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