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We are very happy to welcome you as a judge at the European FinTech Awards 2017. This is a unique experience for heavyweight experts to meet the FinTech domain in one day. All of the judges are handpicked and sit front row at the European FinTech Awards. Judges play a key role in the success of the European FinTech Awards. Judges support the development of new and innovative financial services. 

What does the selection process look like?

The European FinTech Top 100 is generated by combining public voting and expert voting. The online voting starts on the 1st of June 2017. The voting ends the 15th of August 2017 so the judges can assess the companies. The companies are assessed based on their company profile on this website and other online information available.

The public votes constitute 25% of the weight in determining the European FinTech top 100.
The assessment of the judges will constitute the other 75% of the weight in determining the European FinTech top 100.
Besides announcing the European FinTech top 100 the organisation will also announce the Top 3 of each category.

Assessment criteria:

  1. Innovation. Does the company seize a real opportunity and will it have the power to change the industry?Innovation. Does the company seize a real opportunity and will it have the power to change the industry?
  2. Customer satisfaction. Does the company satisfy a real need or desire? Can the company provide evidence of the advantages its solution has over alternatives?
  3. Value. Does the company have a unique value proposition? What is the relationship between cost and benefits and the impact on the environment and society as a whole?
    Delivery. How are consumers engaged and how is the offering delivered and made available to the marketplace?
    Traction. Is the company still signing up new customers and can it retain them?
  4. Value. Does the company have a unique value proposition? What is the relationship between cost and benefits and the impact on the environment and society as a whole?
  5. Traction. Is the company still signing up new customers and can it retain them?

Note: not all companies have a complete profile online. These companies are aware of the fact that you are judging them based on the information displayed on their profile.

Important dates:

- 1 May: Start online voting competition
- 15 July: Start judges with first assessment round
- 15 August: End online voting competition
- 20 August: announcement of the European FinTech top 100 and Top 3 per category
- 26 September: Pre-conference European FinTech Awards in European Parliament Brussels
- 27 September: European FinTech Awards & Conference in Brussels

Not a judge yet but want to become one? Sign up as a judge here.

Please note: The main purpose of the European FinTech Awards is to celebrate innovators that shape the future of finance, acknowledge the work these companies did to make a difference. The purpose of the European FinTech Awards awards is not to scientifically prove who are the best FinTech companies. The judging is primarily based on the judges individual ideas and views on the nominating companies using their expertise, knowledge and ideas. Scores cannot be shared with anyone since this information is confidential.

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