North West start-up event to focus on FinTech, HealthTech, GreenTech & EdTech

  • Business development specialists, Enterprise North West will co-host the ADSA ‘Full Digital’ Conference from Tuesday 29 - Wednesday 30 June.

    The event allows likeminded individuals to discuss current challenges and opportunities in the FinTech, HealthTech, GreenTech and EdTech sectors and what they mean for the world.

    The conference will bring digital start-ups together with stakeholders from France, Spain, Portugal, Ireland and the UK, to help develop collaborative research and innovation projects.

    There will also be B2B meetings facilitated through the conference platform, including:
    - Large/midcap companies, research organisations, public authorities or any other organisations from one of the 4 main sectors with needs that could be answered by digital start-ups
    - Start-ups from the Atlantic area who can provide digital/innovative solutions to potential clients/partners (e.g., Artificial Intelligence, digital twin, robotics, cybersecurity…)
    - Investors from the Atlantic area willing to invest in digital start-ups
    Keynote sessions will include:
    - What opportunities for the digital industry in the new EU funding programmes?
    - Innovative Start-ups in HealthTech sector
    - Going international in Fintech - Opportunities and Challenges Post Covid
    - How GreenTech start-ups disrupt the industry sector
    - EdTech: A specific strategy to succeed (internationally

    The conference is free, but those who would like to attend must register. Click here for more information or to book your spot at the event.

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