April 22, 2020

Next Wave Webinar Series
Owning Your Digital Stack to Innovate & Grow Faster

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Stuart Sopp, CEO Current, will share insights on how owning your digital stack helps you innovate at scale, run experiments quicker, and get ahead in the market. 

Current, a leading challenger bank in the US, is on the rise. With the world increasingly turning to digital-first brands, we’ve invited Stuart Sopp to share insights into his company, what makes it unique, and how they’re succeeding — now more than ever — with their platform approach.

Joined by Tim Rutten, SVP Backbase, this episode in our Next Wave Webinar Series is especially relevant for traditional banks looking to increase innovation, even during the current global crisis.


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