ARYZE presents at Copenhagen Fintech Lab for the Wharton School/Lauder Institute
Co-Founder, Carl Jenster, introduces ARYZE to MBA students from the United States and elaborates on why Denmark is a great breeding ground for innovative products
On March 5th, a group of 18 motivated MBA students visited Copenhagen Fintech Lab for an introduction into the bridge-building fintech innovation hub's operations. We were invited to speak about ARYZE and introduce our Ambassador's Program, as well as expand on why fintech is prospering in the Nordic region.
The factors that permit an innovative drive in Denmark relate to the strong collaborative spirit of a smaller population; a population that places high value on social responsibility, in particular, which leads to many sustainable projects that are largely supported by the public sector. This discussion in particular was highly relevant to the visiting students, as their degree pertains to geopolitical factors that empower innovation.
Furthermore, the introduction of ARYZE to the visitors segued nicely into a thoughtful conversation on how we plan to be a global infrastructure provider of Digital Cash transactions, and the platform for future fintech solutions. The fact that the students all have a region and language as their focus aided the discussion immensely in the sense that a wide variety of cultural perspectives were represented in the debate.
We warmly welcome the Wharton School and Lauder Institute to continue to visit the Nordics in the future!