First Access will be featured in The Reboot’s upcoming book launch, “Embracing Informality: Designing Financial Services for China’s Marginalized” on February 28.  GUARANTEE YOUR PLACE, RSVP HERE: http://thereboot.eventbrite.com/  Reboot is pleased to invite you to the launch of our latest publication, Embracing Informality: Designing Financial Services for China’s Marginalized.  China’s growth story is overwhelmingly urban. Hundreds of millions of migrant workers have flocked to Chinese metropolises in search of opportunity. But financial access has not kept pace with an increasingly transient population. Citizens at the bottom of the economic pyramid lack even the most basic means to save for their children’s education, make purchases on credit, protect their homes through insurance, and send and receive money. Financial exclusion prevents many of them from realizing their potential and improving their livelihoods. How can we design better financial services to meet their needs? Join us for a wide-ranging conversation on how reaching China’s most vulnerable can teach important lessons for designing inclusive banking worldwide. FEATURING PANTHEA LEE Co-Author, Embracing Informality: Designing Financial Services for China’s Marginalized Reboot PATRICK AINSLIE Co-Author, Embracing Informality: Designing Financial Services for China’s Marginalized Reboot NICOLE STUBBS Co-Founder & CEO First Access TRICIA WANG Global Tech Ethnographer

First Access will be featured in The Reboot’s upcoming book launch, “Embracing Informality: Designing Financial Services for China’s Marginalized” on February 28. 

GUARANTEE YOUR PLACE, RSVP HERE: http://thereboot.eventbrite.com/ 

Reboot is pleased to invite you to the launch of our latest publication, Embracing Informality: Designing Financial Services for China’s Marginalized. 

China’s growth story is overwhelmingly urban. Hundreds of millions of migrant workers have flocked to Chinese metropolises in search of opportunity. But financial access has not kept pace with an increasingly transient population. Citizens at the bottom of the economic pyramid lack even the most basic means to save for their children’s education, make purchases on credit, protect their homes through insurance, and send and receive money. Financial exclusion prevents many of them from realizing their potential and improving their livelihoods. How can we design better financial services to meet their needs?

Join us for a wide-ranging conversation on how reaching China’s most vulnerable can teach important lessons for designing inclusive banking worldwide.

FEATURING

PANTHEA LEE
Co-Author, Embracing Informality: Designing Financial Services for China’s Marginalized
Reboot

PATRICK AINSLIE
Co-Author, Embracing Informality: Designing Financial Services for China’s Marginalized
Reboot

NICOLE STUBBS
Co-Founder & CEO
First Access

TRICIA WANG
Global Tech Ethnographer