Last week, the Middle East and African fintech hub, Bahrain FinTech Bay, announced it is now officially open for business. Along with its opening, it also announced startups and founding partners. Bahrain FinTech Bay claims it is the region’s largest fintech and is aiming to work with established industry leaders and new entrants from Bahrain. The founding partners will notably collaborate with the hub to accelerate Bahrain’s position as a leading regional fintech hub. Khalid
MANAMA - Bahrain is home to the largest dedicated fintech hub in the Middle East and Africa, it has emerged. Launched yesterday, the Bahrain FinTech Bay (BFB) is a 10,000 sqft facility and includes a variety of shared infrastructure, such as co-working spaces for up to 30 start-ups or 60 individuals. Singapore-based fintech incubator Fintech Consortium (FTC), through its subsidiary FinTech Consortium Bahrain, will be responsible for managing the hub, as well as integrating it
Manama : Bahrain FinTech Bay (BFB), the largest financial technology hub in the Middle East & Africa, was officially launched yesterday. Located in Arcapita building in Bahrain Bay, BFB covers an area of 10,000 square feet of usable space. The hub will be a big boost for the financial technology sector. It will support fintech firms as well as facilitate interaction among investors, entrepreneurs, government bodies and financial institutions. Yesterday’s launch follows its so
Bahrain FinTech Bay (BFB), the largest FinTech hub in the Middle East and Africa, has announced its founding partners, coinciding with its launch today in Bahrain. BFB will work with established industry leaders and new entrants from Bahrain, the region and around the world to drive innovation and create opportunities for growth, said a statement. BFB’s founding partners represent a broad cross-section of Bahraini and global financial services and technology industry leaders.