Chosen by Japanese experts as the top Polish fintech company, Billon took part in a fintech seminar in the Polish embassy in Tokyo.
Andrzej Horoszczak, Billon CEO: “Japanese enterprises can benefit from cooperating with Polish fintechs by implementing world-class solutions at a competitive price. As the Tokyo government urges to adopt electronic money as as widely as possible, I believe Billon’s technology is a great fit for Japanese businesses. I hope Billon will attract partners in Japan due to its unparalleled transaction speed, low costs and integration with existing systems, such as ATMs and banks.”
Japanese enterprises can benefit from cooperating with Polish fintechs by implementing world-class solutions at a competitive price.
Andrzej Horoszczak, Billon Founder & CEO
The seminar also included representatives of other Polish fintechs: bankUP, Nethone, EFIX DATA, Finantaq, uPaid, as well as the Silesian Technology University. Opening remarks were delivered by Jacek Izydorczyk, the ambassador of the Republic of Poland in Tokyo, and Ikuo Yasuda, chairman of Pinnacle consulting company.
The June seminar was attended by about 120 people. The audience consisted of representatives of the biggest Japanese banks, insurance companies, VC and private equity funds, technological companies such as Fujitsu, NEC, Epson or NTT Data, internet and regional banks, and Japanese fintechs.
More information is available at the seminar’s website: https://doitwithpoland.appspot.com/