We commemorate a week to remember during this edition of Tech & Tonic - May spawns 10 worse options (if that’s possible) after her farewell, blockchain does it again, why we’re unpalatably lukewarm about British Steel and Trump’s reported clown phobia - it’s all here!
Friday frippery is in fact upon us - we salute the young CEO attracting all the tech bigwigs, dip our fingers into the Marmite that is crypto, then commiserate with Uber, all before getting some vicarious Champagne jollies!
Yes, it’s nearly the weekend, but before you get distracted by any upcoming pub jaunts; find out how to be a sexually-appealing investor, save a chunk of £5.4bn, learn why girls = more ROI than guys and have a laugh with Danny Wallace! Here’s what you might have missed last week:
Helping you squeeze five days into four and get up-to-speed faster on the latest fintech news, check out this week’s Tech & Tonic. There’s further evidence of the Open Banking revolution and proof Guardian Angels really do exist!
In this week’s tech and tonic, the art of story-telling delivers a powerful punch for financial advisers and First Direct impress with their new approach to payments. Forget the freeze and outside and warm yourself up with a cuddle of comfy news!
Barclays shows it’s taking challenger banks seriously by recruiting Starling’s Megan Caywood, plus what do financial planners want most for Christmas? All this and more in the final Tech & Tonic of the year!
It’s all about challenger banks in this week’s edition of #techandtonic with Revolut-ion in Europe and Tide breaking 1% of the SME banking market. Neither can help us with today’s bitter weather, sadly…