Vote for Azimo in European FinTech Awards 2017

Vote for Azimo in European FinTech Awards 2017

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Azimo is taking part in the European FinTech Awards 2017

Azimo is a digital money transfer platform that changes the way people send money home. It allows to transfer money 24/7 via computer, tablet or smartphone to over 200 countries in 77 currencies. The platform stands for making life easier for millions of people around the world.

Now it is taking part in the second edition of the European Fintech Awards, in which the most innovative and disruptive companies are chosen. This year’s theme is 'The Coming of Age of FinTech'.

Please help spread the word about Azimo and its benefits for people providing financial support to their close ones living in other countries. Vote for Azimo at this link. Don’t forget to verify the vote by clicking the link in the email you will receive.

The European FinTech Awards & Conference 2017 will take place in Brussels on 26 & 27 September 2017.

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