CEO & founder of BBS Raimundas Mačiulevičius together with Business Development Account Manager Evaldas Stonkus were in the business trip to Belgium and The Netherlands FinTech Associations. This trip was aimed to find new business partners and leads for the further business development stages.
Baltic Banking Service CEO Raimundas Mačiulevičius, Business Development Account Manager Evaldas Stonkus together with FintechBelgium General Manager Alessandra Guion. Brussels, 2019. Photo credit: fintechbelgium.be
Representatives of the company participated in 3rd Anniversary Event and General Assembly (FinTech Belgium). Baltic Banking Service is a member of the FinTech Belgium for more than half a year. During the event, representatives actively participated in the discussions on the cybersecurity issues of the nowadays world. Shared their ideas and insights about essential and future threats.
The moment of voting at the annual meeting of FinTech Belgium. Brussels, 2019. Photo credit: fintechbelgium.be
During the networking time at the FinTech Belgium, were made contacts with several companies, that could grow to cooperation and lead exchange future. The possible need of cooperation between Belgium and Lithuanian Fintech emerged too. As Lithuania became famous for the short-term period to get the financial service provider licence, it may be starting point for a lot of companies which plans to develop a business around the Europe.
Holland FinTech as an independent ecosystem connects around 500 different FinTech companies and start-ups. With such strong network and strong support from authorities, Holland FinTech became interesting for BBS for the father development stages. After meeting with the representative of the organization, BBS plans to become active member of this ecosystem.