As part of an ongoing campaign to promote the Financial Centre Frankfurt as a leading FinTech hub, Frankfurt Main Finance has published their yearbook On the Move and refreshed their online presence. Both actions serve to better illustrate the FinTech activities in the Financial Centre and promote the local FinTech companies and their partners.
The new website, www.frankfurt-main-finance.com, shows which FinTech companies and institutions are already taking advantage of the enormous potential of the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region. Additionally, one can find current FinTech studies as well as a calendar featuring the numerous FinTech events in the area. Furthermore, the supporters and initiatives strengthening Frankfurt’s position as a FinTech Metropolis are listed in the new FinTech Database. Companies acting as service providers for FinTechs can also register in the database free of charge.
Another new feature on the Frankfurt Main Finance is the option to subscribe for the Financial Centre Newsletter containing news from the Financial Centre, suggested events and informative articles.
In addition to the new website, Frankfurt Main Finance is expanding their presence and efforts on Social Media. The success of this renewed effort is evident in the activities surrounding the Frankfurt Finance Summit where the designated hashtag, #FinSum16, was a top-trend in Germany on Twitter, especially within the financial sector. For continued updates on the Financial Centre, follow Frankfurt Main Finance on Twitter or LinkedIn.
Besides updates on the activities of Frankfurt Main Finance, the bilingual website also includes content regarding current topics concerning the Financial Centre, Frankfurt as an RMB Hub and the the city’s international activities.
“In addition to augmented content, Frankfurt Main Finance’s new online presence has a fresh and modern appearance. Visitors will find information more easily and quickly than before. Using the website should be enjoyable,” explained Dr. Lutz Raettig, Chairman of the Executive Committee of Frankfurt Main Finance.