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Your Story How India's fastest-growing smartphone brand Realme is planning a fintech disruption

On Feb 27, 2020
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How #India's fastest-growing smartphone brand Realme is planning a #fintech disruption https://t.co/AEV1ewEIx6 https://t.co/y4E97drDCy
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Realme (stylised as realme) is one of the youngest smartphone manufacturers in the world. What started as a sub-brand of China’s OPPO a decade ago became a full-blown independent entity in May 2018. ...

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On Feb 27, 2020
@cgledhill shared
How #India's fastest-growing smartphone brand Realme is planning a #fintech disruption https://t.co/AEV1ewEIx6 https://t.co/y4E97drDCy
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Your Story How India's fastest-growing smartphone brand Realme is planning a fintech disruption

Realme (stylised as realme) is one of the youngest smartphone manufacturers in the world. What started as a sub-brand of China’s OPPO a decade ago became a full-blown independent ...

A Global Transformation: Siam Commercial Bank in Thailand Says Online and Digital Services Key to Survival

Digital banking and online lending is a huge portion of the future of finance. The days of brick and mortar dominance is slowly drifting away as the next generation of consumers prefer ...

10 Hot Fintech Startups from India to Watch Closely

Ten hot fintech startups from India to keep a close eye.

Mother Finance set to transform credit access in Myanmar

Access to credit will no longer be a problem for Myanmar people thanks to an innovative consumer lending application which allows anyone with a smartphone to easily apply for a loan ...

How To Finance A Medical Marijuana Dispensary

Need financing for a medical marijuana dispensary? Although you might not be able to get a loan from a bank, you have plenty of financing options available.

Should fintech firms lend to customers with low credit score?

Fintech companies and a few other lenders see this segment as an untapped market opportunity.It is unhealthy for the fintech if they don’t analyse and have segment-wise interest rates