One of only 13 UK companies to be selected, CUBE is on a mission to combat regulatory change challenges in Australia
The UK Department for International Trade (DIT) has selected CUBE to join its latest FinTech Mission to Australia. Running alongside Sibos 2018 in Sydney (22-25 October) and the Intersekt Conference in Melbourne (29-31 October), the DIT Mission includes a 13-strong delegation of Britain's most innovative fintech companies.
As one of only 13 FinTechs selected for the Mission, CUBE will meet potential Australian business partners and influential government, policy and industry representatives.
CUBE already has an established presence in Australia, with the company's office in Melbourne being home to its Engineering and Quality teams.
According to David Byron, SVP New Markets and Alliances, "We are very proud to be selected for this Mission and we look forward to the start of many new business relationships that will accelerate adoption of CUBE's regulatory intelligence and change automation solution, throughout Australia."
The DIT has overall responsibility for promoting UK trade across the world and attracting foreign investment to the UK economy. A specialized government body, the DIT has responsibility for negotiating international trade policy, supporting business and delivering an outward-looking trade diplomacy strategy.
Operating from the British Consulate General offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane Adelaide and Perth, the DIT works with UK companies to help increase their competitiveness through overseas trade in Australia.