February 4 - 5, 2020 | Riga, Latvia

FinTech & Payment innovation is happening now! Banks are transforming to digital banks and competing with newcomer start-up companies. New regulations are being adopted in EU (GDPR, PSD2, Identification, AML/KYC). Payment Networks are pushing forward for tokenization. Very fast pace of changes, easy to get lost… How to spend technical effort wisely and invest where it makes sense? This is exactly what this event is about! Also lots of networking with fellow FinTech companies and Gurus.

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Featured Speakers

Erik Kaju

Erik Kaju

Armands Antans

Armands Antans

Aivars Kalvans

Aivars Kalvans

Lead Software Architect

Tickets

STANDARD PASS

Two Days

Available till
20.12.2019

399.00 €

LATE PASS

Two Days

Available till
04.02.2019

549.00 €

Tickets grant access to all conference sections, coffee breaks, lunch, and networking event.

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Aldaris Beer Museum


Aldaris Beer Museum

Aldara alus darbnīca is the most up-to-date museum of beer in the Baltics and the very first one in Latvia. It is located in the historic neighborhood of Aldaris in the outskirts of Riga, in Sarkandaugava. The beer museum welcomed its first visitors in May 2015, after large-scale reconstruction works and more than 1.5 M euros invested in the restoration of the historic building and creating the exposition of beer.

The interior of the museum accentuates the historic evidences and boasts the authentic brewing hall, which has been kept untouched since 1938. Its copper beer tanks preserved until nowadays represent a very rare exhibit.

The Beer museum is a good supplement to the brewery located in the other wing of the same historic building, where the most exclusive beers of Aldaris are brewed every day. The museum extends over three floors with a total surface of 800 square meters.
Krogus iela 1, Riga