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July 5 @ 5:00 pm

4th LTS Virtual FinTech HACKATHON


Join us for an amazing Green, Social & Sustainable FinTech Hackathon organised by the Luxembourg Tech School from 3 – 5 July 2020, with the support of the Luxembourg Green Exchange (LGX) and J.P. Morgan.

Sustainable Investments, an opportunity for everyone!

For the first time, and as an additional challenge, the Hackathon will be fully virtual. Around 40 Luxembourg Tech School students will have just 48 hours to conceive, craft and present a solution to market a sustainable investment product to young people across the world. The goal is to find new ways to create engagement for sustainable investments, connect impact-conscious issuers and investors, and give young investors a voice  – all while capitalising on modern technology.

The future digital leaders can choose to deliver a smart-device app, marketing campaign, game, communication tool or any other innovative deliverable. The sky is the limit!

Combining Sustainability and FinTech 

The fight against climate change has become a global priority and is driven by young people across the world. The digital leaders of tomorrow have understood the importance of sustainable development, and are impatient to bring new ideas to the table. By combining FinTech and sustainable finance in new and surprising ways, it is possible to accelerate the transition into a low-carbon and more inclusive society.

Want to know more?

Don’t miss the Live Pitch Competition which will take place online on Sunday 5 July from 13.30 in front of a prominent jury,  LIVE on the LTS Youtube Channel!​

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