The State of Fintech and SMEs in South Africa – 2020
September 4, 2019
Bridgement cofounder, Daniel Goldberg, gave the keynote talk at the Sage Accountants Breakfast Sessions held in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban and Bloemfontein in August 2019. He spoke widely about the role of FinTech (Financial Technology) in the life-cycle of SMEs.
Many important topics were covered, including:
- The impact of late payments,
- Access to business funding,
- What FinTech (Financial Technology) means for SMEs, and
- The evolving role of accountants.
The slides from the presentation appear below:
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