Zwipe to participate at DN Fintech Conference, Electronica Munich

November 9, 2016 - 

Zwipe announced that it will have a presence at two upcoming conference and exhibitions, including the DN (Dagens næringsliv) Fintech Conference and Electronica Munich.

First, Zwipe founder and CEO Kim Humborstad will take part in a panel discussion on November 10 at the DN Fintech Conference in Kvadraturen, Oslo.

The event will attract some of the most notable executives in Nordic fintech with topics focused on mobile payments, security and consumer privacy.

Representatives from major financial institutions will discuss how the varied players in the market can cooperate more effectively, as the industry works towards promoting cooperation across the entire value chain while creating links that can drive tangible actions in the future.

Next, Zwipe will be showcasing Zwipe’s biometric authentication technology, manufactured by Asteelflash, at Electronica in Messe Munchen.

As one of the largest electronics conferences, Electronica provides an in-depth look at what new developments will be the foundation of future technology.

The conference and exhibition features over 2700 exhibitors from 52 countries and over 70,000 visitors.

“This partnership signifies an important element of the supply chain for Zwipe, as it allows us to utilize Asteelflash expertise and capacity to deliver high volume products across the world, further strengthening our supply chain,” said Humborstad. “We have made significant progress in the last few months and look to carry this momentum forward into 2017. Electronica is a great place for us to demonstrate how we are working with strong partners like Asteelflash.”

Previously reported, Zwipe formed a joint venture with Kuang-Chi Group to create a commercial platform in China for Zwipe’s biometric authentication technology.

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