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From Israel to Atlanta, Conexx’s FinTech Innovation Conference is Headed Your Way

by Angela King

Atlanta is the FinTech capital of the southeast. Israel is home to over 400 FinTech companies.

The Atlanta-Israel FinTech Innovation Conference is a remarkable opportunity to match Atlanta-based international FinTech corporations with cutting-edge Israeli technology companies, from card processing, electronic billing and multi-channel solutions to the banking industry to personal financial planning, data and risk analytics and anti-fraud. Georgia FinTech companies generate over $72B in annual revenue.

Don’t miss the FinTech Innovation Conference, May 22nd!  Register here.

Speakers include: Ambassador Judith Varnai Shorer, Israel Consul General to the Southeast; Yoav Tzruya, Partner at Jerusalem Venture Partners; Tommy Marshall, Accenture; Scott Meyerhof, FFO/COO of Incomm; Jeff Robison, COO, WorldPay; Trey Loughran, CMO of Equinox, Sam Taussig, Head of Government Relations & Community Banking at Kabbage, Barry McCarthy, EVP, Network and Security Solutions, First Data Corporation.

About Conexx
Conexx: America Israel Business Connector is a private, not-for profit, non-governmental business organization to connect Israelis and Americans in business and explore new market opportunities. With over 500 members today, Conexx is headquartered in Atlanta and connects Israel with the southeastern states (Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi).

Since its founding, the organization has been involved in transactions valued at over $1 billion, helping the Southeast become one of the top five centers of activity for Israeli companies in North America.

About The Consulate General of Israel in Atlanta

An official representative office of the Government of Israel, the Consulate works to further relationships with national and local political, economic, cultural & academic organizations. Their jurisdiction covers the states of  Georgia, Tennessee, Missouri, Kentucky, West Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina.

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