Super Apps & FinTech: What is the road forward, and who will charge it?

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Webinar 2

Super Apps & FinTech: What is the road forward, and who will charge it?

Date and time: 20th of August,  3-4 pm SGT, 9-10 am CET

In this webinar, we will examine Super Apps & FinTech from yet another highly relevant and new perspective, namely the startup perspective.On the 13th of August, our panel of experts explored the Super App phenomenon, its relation to the payment and financial services sector, and opportunities for the development and expansion of Super Apps in Norway and Europe. During this webinar, we continue our discussion by exploring the many opportunities and unexplored possibilities, for instance within new, creative service and product integrations, which are available for entrepreneurs aiming to position their solutions within the Super App and FinTech space. 

With Super Apps being all the rage, and with many companies wishing to develop their own Super App, with integrated payment platforms, what trends and prospects can we envision in the future? What new integrations and combinations will be seen in the next decade? What are the potential opportunities and challenges for a Norwegian or a Singaporean startup wishing to develop a Super App? Will FinTech continue to dominate the Super App space, or can we see new trends developing in other industries? 

Watch the recording here.

Moderator: Leonard Opitz Stornes, President of NBAS.

In dialogue

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Rasmus Figenschou – Group Executive Vice President at DNB – Payments & Innovation

Rasmus is focusing on areas of great change in the financial industry, including Data, Open Banking, Payments, Strategic Partnerships and application of new technologies to improve existing value chains and create new business models.

Ine Jacobsen

Ine Jacobsen, Associate, Cocoon Capital, Singapore

Cocoon is an early-stage venture capital firm  investing in enterprise tech across Southeast Asia. Ine aims to redefine early stage investing by capping the number of investments made annually, in order to provide portfolio founders with tailored support.

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Kaniyet Rayev, CEO and Co-Founder, Appboxo

Kaniyet is the founder of Appboxo, a super app platform based in Singapore. Appboxo has created a SaaS solution that enables any app to become a super app through the integration of various mini apps in ecommerce, travel and finance verticals.


Karianne Melleby, Director Corporate Partnerships, Startup Lab

Karianne is driven by her ambition to increase the impact coming from closer connections between corporate partners and entrepreneurs in an everchanging environment. Prior to joining StartupLab, she was involved with several corporate startups both in DNB and Telenor. Most recently she was heading up the DNB Open Bank initiative, including setting up the organization and defining what “Open Bank” means for DNB.

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Magnus Grimeland – CEO, Antler

Magnus Grimeland is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Antler (, an early-stage VC company headquartered in Singapore. He leads a global team dedicated to creating the next generation of entrepreneurs and disruptive tech companies.

Leonard Opitz Stornes


Leonard Opitz Stornes, Singapore

The dialogue will be moderated by Leonard Opitz Stornes. Managing Director for NHST Media Group Asia and President of the Norwegian Business Association in Singapore.

Join us also on the 29th of September, for the Singapore Norway Innovation Conference (SNIC), an NBAS-conference focusing on the vast opportunities for innovation provided by digital transformation. SNIC is hosted with The Norwegian Embassy and Innovation Norway.

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