Following the success and fun we had at this year's events, including ICE Totally Gaming and SXSW, we can finally announce that Hello Soda will be exhibiting at Money20/20 Europe for the first time!
Hello Soda will be present throughout the event in Amsterdam – you will be able to find us at Stand L45 from Monday 4th June through to Wednesday 6th June. Pop by to find out more about how your company could benefit from the ID and Personalisation big data solutions that we have to offer.
Three of our big data specialists will be attending the event from our Manchester HQ and would love the chance to catch up with other businesses.
The future of money
We're excited to hear talks on payments, artificial intelligence and data analytics - all areas that we're experts in. Let's catch up while we're there and build the future of money together.
Our diaries are filling up quickly, so get in touch now to booking a meeting with the team, or simply pop down to our stand for a quick chat.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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