Get On the Guest List: Kaizen FinTech Breakfast Seminar

 

Kaizen is delighted to invite you to an exclusive breakfast seminar on FinTech Content Marketing, held at the Malmaison Hotel in Farringdon on Thursday, 16th November.

This free event is hosted by Kaizen, an award-winning Content Marketing agency based in London, and is a fantastic opportunity to network with like-minded professionals as well as hearing first-hand from industry experts from the Finance and Technology Sector.

We have recently conducted a study and analysis of approaches to content marketing in the UK FinTech space, covering nearly fifty major Finance companies across the country. As part of the seminar, we will be revealing the key points and results of this in order to help industry professionals identify opportunities and ideas for their own future content marketing strategies.

With Nathan Levi, the CMO at leading FinTech brand Totally Money, already confirmed as the first Guest Speaker, it promises to be an incredibly useful insight into the best practices and current trends in Content Marketing within the FinTech industry.

To RSVP and secure a place on the guest list click here by 8th November, or contact akash.mehta@wp2.kaizen.co.uk for more information.

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