If you intend to know how to build fintech start-ups in the present emerging markets of India, then the TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin is one event you must not miss.
About TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin – To be held on November 29-30
This conference event promises chats by the fireside with global panels of lead-persons of new startups and a Startup Battlefield-Europe where they could win the prestigious Battlefield cup as they participate in the Disrupt Berlin.
This would be your chance to learn all about how to build a startup in India, what to do in a disrupt, how sandboxes, incubators, and testers for fintech startups work and anything in between from their first-hand experiences.
About Ms.Lizzie Chapman
Fintech startups are mushrooming in India and globally. Ms. Lizzie Chapman, a British entrepreneur and the Co-founder and CEO of ZestMoney will talk about her Indian startup ZestMoney at the TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin.
She worked and spearheaded Wonga.com and their payday loans. This concept did not find acceptance in India when she moved from the UK to India in 2011. In 2013, she joined Singapore based Development Bank of Singapore to help launch ‘Digibank’. This app is a mobile-only virtual bank in India. Her experiences in India spurred her to adapt to technology and prompted her to co-found ZestMoney. She was rightly chosen as FinTech Woman of 2017.
Ms. Lizzie Chapman has a BSc from Edinburgh University and is a CFA Charterholder. Her experience with the world’s largest endowments Wellcome Trust got her inspired in financial services and Indian investments. She is a member of the nascent early-stage-fund India Quotient. She is also on the board of IndiaMart the leading SME marketplace of India.
A digital-lending landscape expert in the delivery of financial services and the potential of technology when a company faces disrupt, her experiences and inspiration will be invaluable and serve you better than the most expensive fintech courses.
Zestmoney launched in 2017 is India’s largest lending platform for digital and card-less EMI’s that make online shopping and repayment in instalments affordable to all in India. Especially those without a credit card for various reasons!
To have a ZestMoney account, you do not need a credit card and once the account is opened your EMI limits are shared with ZestMoney partners. E-commerce websites will offer payment loans on checkout as vouchers on ZestMoney’s website for quick loans on the purchases. The voucher amount is then to be repaid in monthly instalments. Both customers and merchants are happy with the arrangement. The competition has now become intense with Amazon Pay offering a similar service on its payments page.
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