‘Future’ magazine becomes the first media-contributor of British fintech

Future” magazine is the media about fintech in Ukraine and in the world, which is published quarterly and also publishes a monthly fintech digest covering relevant Ukrainian and international news.
“We participate in the key international fintech-events, representing ourselves to global fintech-community.
In fact, only in November “Future” will participate in four fintech events in London and will be getting exclusives from the key participants of global industry in terms of tech trends, insurtech, IOT and blockchain. At the same time, we are like a “bridge” between global market and Ukraine helping to exchange of experience. A while “Future” was an initiator of inviting the first official blockchain-provider of the British government, the “Credits” company, for a specialised conference in Kyiv.”
Of course, we are interested in cooperation with specialised media, who we are currently extending our cooperation with. For instance, we were very pleased meeting the British editorial office of Disrupts and The Fintech Times, which is located in the financial centre of London. It was very nice to meet like-minded people who offered us to publish Ukrainian content just after having looked at our publishing; they also noticed that we would become the first specialised Eastern European media-contributor of British platform By the way, important news from Ukraine marked as “breaking news” will now be appearing on the main page of the platform”, told Kate Shcheglova, CEO of Future Communications Lab and chief editor of “Future” magazine.
This cooperation will allow us to deliver news about the Ukrainian fintech market and incumbents to the international audience and British B2B-segment in particular. “We keep going forward”, Kate Shcheglova emphasised,
“Our plans include engaging with representatives of other international specialised fintech-platforms, who we mentioned before in our magazine and digests, who we saw at conferences, and who we soon will closely cooperate with.”


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