About The Jam

  • Are you a developer, designer or strategist eager to use FinTech to make a positive impact on society with new financial solutions?
  • Then join us in London, the global FinTech capital, for FinTech Jam for Good on 8-10 April.
  • Join UNICEF UK and world-class partners to take part in a challenge that will develop FinTech solutions for the common good!
  • The Jam takes place on the eve of the Innovate Finance Global Summit (IFGS 2016), a leading annual gathering for global FinTech community which takes place on 11th April. By taking part in the Jam, participants gain free tickets (worth £950) to one of the biggest events of the FinTech calendar!




Prizes & Challenges

The winning teams – one per challenge – will receive prizes to support them in developing their ideas to turn into real positive impact!



We are waiting to hear what prize the challenge partners will offer. All participants will receive a complimentary ticket to IFGS (worth £950) and stickers and t-shirts on site.




Welcoming and bringing together:


Technology, coding and daily sprints are your bread and butter. You are a talented developer with an appetite to work in a dynamic startup environment on software products that incite meaningful change. It does not matter whether front-end or back-end is your passion, or whether you are a full-stack developer or a systems architect. If you excel in a technology of your choice, you can execute quickly but can take a long-term product view at the same time we look forward to hearing from you. Grounding in agile development, strong business point-of-view and problem-solving skills is what we are after.

Business Strategists

Are you excited about taking a business idea and transforming it to a fully-fledged product proposition that resonates with customers? We are looking for all-round business strategists who have the ability to conceptualise and think about new customer propositions on a strategic level. Researching the competitive landscape, sizing market opportunities and getting the product-market fit just right. Professional product managers and product owners from startups and corporations, as well as business strategy students are encouraged to apply.


The ability to understand user content, conceptualise ideas and design user experiences are key skills to create a successful product or service. Additional skills in creating clickable prototypes, wireframes and visualise ideas are a huge advantage for startup teams, as well as the ability to identify needs, design customer journeys and execute market validation. It is important to be able to iterate quickly, and be a practical and resourceful problem-solver.

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