Alexa Fernandez, fintech advisor and innovator and Member of the Fintech Diversity Radar Executive Team, talks with Camilla Bullock, Director General Emerging Payments Association Asia about how inclusive thought leadership supports business success.
Fintech is a tough landscape for women to navigate, and even more so if you’re a female founder. Did you know that just 7% of Fintech founders are female, and only 3% of VC investments go to female entrepreneurs? The
It’s a fact: women are early adopters of technology. A recent survey conducted by the Financial Alliance for Women found that 64% of fintechs that collect sex-disaggregated data said female customers had similar or higher usage rates than men. Now
For Monica Eaton-Cardone, fostering diversity isn’t just the right thing to do; it’s a business imperative. “In order to build a tool that works, everyone who uses it needs to be represented with a seat at the table,” she says.
Chargebacks911, Fi911 and findexable partner in a global initiative to benchmark the role of women in the scaling fintech industry
Leading chargeback mitigation specialists Chargebacks911 and Fi911, along with real-time data company, findexable, today announce the launch of the world’s first global platform that measures the role women play in the fintech industry.
During International Women’s Month 2021, the theme #choosetochallenge inspires us all to challenge the barriers to achieving Sustainable Development Goal 5, gender equality, a fundamental human right, and a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world.
Introducing the Fintech Diversity Radar, a global initiative that aims to accelerate the fintech sector by benchmarking the role of women in scaling fintech firms and the performance of large financial institutions and service providers.
Chisom Ezeilo, Diversity & Inclusion Analyst at findexable’s Fintech Diversity Radar meets Annette Evans, VP People & Culture, Global Processing Services (GPS) to discuss diversity and inclusion, business culture, the role of women in fintech, the partnership with findexable, and
Alexa Fernadez, Independent fintech and innovation advisor shares her story with Chisom Ezeilo, Diversity & Inclusion Analyst at findexable’s Fintech Diversity Radar highlighting the challenging journey to the top and the need for passion, determination and commitment in order to
Global Processing Services (GPS) and findexable Partner to Uncover Women’s Impact on the Digital Economy
Leading payments issuer processor, Global Processing Services (GPS), today announces its sponsorship of findexable’s Fintech Diversity Radar, the world’s first global platform gathering progressive data to understand women’s impact and contribution to the digital economy.