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Aug 14, 2018
This week, we look at the massively important topic of fintech for small businesses. Joining us are Edward Berks, Head of Fintech at Xero, a cloud-based accounting platform, Caroline Plumb, Founder and CEO of Fluidly, a cash flow forecasting tool, and James Haycock, Founder and Managing Director of Adaptive Lab, now Idean, following their recent acquisition by Capgemini.
 
These three guests bring a wealth of experience solving problems for sole traders and small businesses and are excellently placed to explore today's topic.
 
During the conversation, James mentions a report his team did on SMEs, which you can find here.
 
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Thank you very much for joining us today. Please welcome, Edward Berks, Caroline Plumb and James Haycock.
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