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“Money, get away / Get a good job with good pay and you're okay” - Pink Floyd “Anywhere you go it's the same cry, money worries” - Bedouin Soundclash “I don't know what they want from me  / it's like the more money we come across / the more problems we see” - Notorious B.I.G From rock stars to rappers,... Read More

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Innovator Interview: Gabor Tankovics of Dartboard

by Aayush Gupta, Tom Abraham

Dartboard is the first student loan benefit of its kind. With Dartboard, each payment the employee makes on their loans is matched by their employer as a contribution to their retirement account – all with a model that also gives the employer tax benefits. By linking student loans and 401(k) contributions, Dartboard aims to turn the $1.4 trillion student loan... Read More

The financial services industry in the US has fallen behind in the technological revolution that others have embraced. Although aspects of new technology have been implemented, the big question is why the US is so far behind in financial innovation? We explore the answer to this question and how it could regain a leadership position. Read More

Thought Leadership

Technology Doesn’t Make Money, Business Models Do

by Tobias Rooney

Disruption of the financial services sector is unlike anything the market has ever seen. This shift in market forces is being spearheaded by the acceleration of new technology in dramatic and unprecedented ways. But the real risk of technology is not its proliferation, nor its complexity, nor its uncertainty, but its distraction. Read More

As part of Fahrenheit 212’s Innovator Circle thought-leadership programme, we invited a panel of innovators and start-ups ranging from a recently launched company to a new division within one of the world’s most valuable companies and we dug into what it takes to launch, survive and grow within the Trust Economy. The beauty about drawing on the experience of start-ups is they are operating in the white heat of growth – they have to quickly figure out what works and what doesn’t – but the lessons they’ve learnt are eminently transferable to innovators at businesses of any size. Read More

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