“Fintech & Logistics: New Opportunities & Markets for SMEs”: just over a month to the 15th INSME Annual Meeting

April, 30, 2019

In just over a month policy makers, entrepreneurs, academics, innovators and practitioners will gather in Naples to attend the 15th INSME Annual Meeting.

Under the topic “Fintech & Logistics: New Opportunities & Markets for SMEs” the event will be a unique occasion to explore the meeting’s core theme from different perspectives. This will enable a wider vision on the key role fintech can play in addressing SMEs’ financial issues, on the future market scenarios and the opportunities that can be grasped as well as on how the global shipping and logistics chains are reshaped by new digital technologies and international routes.

As in the best tradition of INSME Annual Meetings relevant space will be dedicated to the exchange of experiences, best practices, ideas that will open the door to potential collaboration and new projects.

Among the speakers who already confirmed their participation we are proud to announce Michele Geraci, Undersecretary of State, Italian Ministry of Economic Development; Helmut Kramer-Eis, Chief Economist, Head of Research & Market Analysis, European Investment Fund – EIF, Luxembourg; Jay Mitra, Professor of Business Enterprise and Innovation, Essex Business School, University of Essex, UK; Giuseppe Tripoli, Secretary General, Union of Chambers of Commerce, Italy among others. We also highlight the presence of Massimo Deandreis, General Manager, Italian Research Center for Economic Studies related to Intesa Sanpaolo Banking Group – SRM who will be one of our esteemed relators and made possible the unique opportunity to organise the annual event in the Palazzo Piacentini, the historical building hosting the headquarters of the Banco di Napoli.

Please find more details about the event taking place on the 6th and 7th of June in the dedicated webpage and make sure to reserve your participation by registering at this link.

Source: The International Network for SMEs - INSME