Paris – On the occasion of VivaTech, Kyriba is launching “Liquidity4Good”, the first Fintech Hackathon dedicated to business sustainability. By leveraging technology to manage liquidity, companies can transform the way they build resilience, generate value, and unlock growth.
Call for contributions until June 5th, 2022
Participants have until June 5th, the closing date of the virtual Hackathon, to submit their ideas around “Liquidity4Good” on the VivaTech platform. The objective is to share ideas and solutions that will enhance business resiliency and unlock growth through the optimisation of liquidity management.
Save the date: June 17th, 2022
A jury composed of members of the Kyriba ecosystem will examine the ideas submitted and select three finalists. The winner will be designated by the jury following an in-person pitch on June 17th, 2022, during VivaTech in Porte de Versailles (Paris). A pass will be made available to finalists.
As part of this open-innovation project, the winner will see their idea incubated with Kyriba’s support and gain visibility among the 2,500 customers of the Kyriba platform. The winner will also receive the sum of €4,000.
How to participate?
Registration are now open on the VivaTech website via the following link, once registered, participants can access the full presentation on a dedicated website, including the Liquidity4Good challenge.
Who can apply?
Anyone interested in the theme of liquidity management and treasury management can apply.
“Cash is the oxygen of a business. Recent crises have shown how quickly the circulation of liquidity can be compromised by external events and jeopardise the sustainability of a company. With this hackathon, we want to boost collective thinking and leverage best predictive analytics, API and Artificial Intelligence solutions to make businesses more resilient and create new financing solutions to support their growth,” said Alexandra Syrovatski, Managing Director of Kyriba France & Benelux. “This is why we encourage everybody to take up this challenge and participate to this hackathon, which is unique from both a sustainable development and fintech perspective.”