First of all, thank you for supporting the FinTech Australia Podcast show and tuning in over the last 12 months.
Along with the partners for the show, FinTech Australia we are blown away by your kind words, messages of support, reviews, shares and appearance requests.
That’s why we wanted you to be the first to know about some changes happening as we move into season four.
After an awesome twelve months (3 seasons and 100 shows) together FinTech Australia will no longer be partnering with Tier One People on the podcast.
It’s been an incredible ride for both organisations and we are immensely proud of what we’ve achieved together. We came together over a common purpose, to put Australian Fintechs on the map by providing a global platform for leaders and founders to share their inspiring stories.
The partnership started in March 2020 just as COVID hit the industry hard. Where normally we’d congregate at innovation hubs, accelerators and pizza and beer nights, the podcast became a way to connect us during lockdown.
The podcast has served FinTech Australia and Tier One People well, leading to new opportunities for us both. And our relationship with FinTech Australia will continue in other ways like the People's Choice Awards at this year's Finnies.
So what does all this mean for you?
Other than the name, nothing else changes. We’ll still release one show per week, Dexter will still be your host and we will continue to bring you exclusive interviews with global Fintech leaders. If you are subscribed to the podcast there is nothing else to do.
So that leaves only one thing. What to name the podcast!
Drum roll please …
FinTech Australia will be resuming their podcast to bring you thought leadership content on fintech policy and advocacy.
We encourage you to subscribe and give them your support - http://www.fintechaustralia.org.au/
Founder of Tier One People and host of the Fintech Chatter Podcast.
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