At this year’s London Tech Week, Experian will showcase some of its most recent data-driven innovation and technology.
Experian at London Tech Week
From June 12 to 16, the event brings together the most innovative thinkers and talent of tomorrow in a week-long festival at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre.
Impactful innovation and visions of the next technological frontiers continue to be at the forefront of London Tech Week, now in its tenth year, with UK entrepreneurship, enterprise solutions, and inclusivity leading the way.
Experian experts will be in the Leaders Lounge throughout the week, providing live demos of some of its latest solutions to help people take control of their financial health, including new services Experian Mule Score1 and Support Hub2, as well as a pilot service that could help new arrivals to the UK build a credit file in just three months.
Jose Luiz Rossi, Managing Director at Experian UK&I, said: “At Experian, we are passionate about using data and technology to change people’s lives for the better.
It can help build a stronger, smarter future, whether that is through existing products and services or by enabling new and innovative solutions to the problems people and society face today.
“That’s why we’re delighted to once again be part of London Tech Week as not only will we line up alongside some of the most exciting global tech companies.
It also gives us the opportunity to showcase some of our latest data-driven innovation and technology that is making a real difference. We hope to see you there.”
Two of the solutions on display at London Tech Week were created as part of Experian’s Social Innovation Programme, which aims to create and recognize products that improve the financial health of consumers worldwide.
Experian invested more than $12 million in 34 product ideas between 2013 and April 2023. Twenty of those products have been released, reaching 103 million people, many of whom are financially disadvantaged.
Experian is also a networking sponsor of the EQLHER Lounge, a space where attendees can hear from some of the most inspiring tech founders, corporate CEOs, and senior investors about the tools needed to remove barriers and realize the value of gender parity.
 Experian Mule Score is a new service designed to assist banks and building societies in identifying and closing’money mule’ accounts used to store fraudulently obtained funds.
 Support Hub is a new service that aims to make it easier for disabled people to access essential services such as banking and utilities.
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