Trulioo Presenting at Plug and Play Fintech & Retail EXPO
Are you curious to see what some of the hottest Silicon Valley financial technology (fintech) startups have to offer? Join Anatoly Kvitnitsky, Trulioo’s Director of Corporate Development, as he presents a live demonstration of GlobalGateway at the Plug and Play FinTech & Retail EXPO on May 21, 2015 between 1:45 pm and 3:45 pm in Sunnyvale, California.
Plug and Play FinTech provides funding, mentorship, and acceleration to startups and first-time entrepreneurs to help them bring to market the next disruptive solution for the growing worldwide economy. Its global network of mentors and advisors help startups refine their product development processes and prepare them to present to Silicon Valley’s top investors. Key partners include Citi Ventures, Intuit, Capital One, and JCB.
Over a 12-week period, Plug and Play FinTech will accept 20-30 startups in each of two classes in its 2015 inaugural program. The program is geared toward startups focused on mobile payments and banking as well as security and authentication. Benefits of the program include funding from Plug and Play Ventures, weekly mentoring sessions, pilot project opportunities, Silicon Valley office space, and much more.
The following keynote speakers will also be speaking at this event:
Ratnakar Lavu, EVP, Digital Technology, Kohl’s Department Stores
Debbie Brackeen, Managing Director, Global Head, Innovation Network, Citi
Renaud Laplanche, Founder & CEO of Lending Club
Looking for a preview of Anatoly’s product demo? Here’s just a sample of what you can expect:
A new user visiting a money transfer website submits his personal information for verification in order to create a new account.
Behind the scenes, GlobalGateway verifies the user’s information against the country-specific data sources. The detailed verification transaction results are provided in full using the GlobalGateway portal.
Couldn’t make it to Plug and Play? In case you may have missed Anatoly’s presentation, here’s a video recording: