Money20/20 Europe is back with a bang!
Money 20/20 is the place where money does business. From payments, to banking and crypto to financial services, this is the only event to attract nearly 20,000 attendees from over 5,000 companies made up of fintech’s finest across both our shows in Europe and USA.
6-8 June, get ready to spark business-shaping connections with the power players of the money ecosystem, access new knowledge and turn boundary-pushing insights into strategy to get ahead in Money.
Win a free ticket now with the PayTechLaw ticket raffle!
More information about the event
Date: 6 – 8 June 2023
Event Location: RAI Amsterdam
Ticket booking: https://europe.money2020.com/pass-picker#/
Host: Money20/20 Europe and Ascential Events (Europe) Limited
Participation in the raffle – this is how it works:
How can you win a ticket for the Fiesta Money 20/20 2023? It’s easy – subscribe to our newsletter and send an email with the hashtag “#money23”, your full name and your email address to email@example.com. Participation in the competition is only possible until 01.06.2023, 23:59!
Conditions of participation:
Of course: The organiser of the prize draw is PayTechLaw, the blog of Annerton Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH (www.paytechlaw.com). The competition is in no way connected to third parties, such as LinkedIn Inc., USA, or any of its affiliated companies, and is in no way sponsored, supported or organised by LinkedIn.
Participation is voluntary, free of charge and without obligation and open to persons aged 18 and over. Entry is by confirming subscription to the blog’s newsletter and sending an email with the code “#money23” to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The winners will be contacted within one week of the end of the competition at the e-mail address given in the e-mail.
The personal data of the participants will only be used for processing and handling the competition and will not be passed on to third parties or used for advertising purposes without the consent of the participants.
Only the PayTechLaw team has access to the participants’ data.
The prize cannot be paid out in cash.
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