In the last days The Colombian Ministry of Information and Communication Technologies (MinTIC) has announced a series of training courses for citizens of the country who want to improve or introduce new technological skills. In this context, the company presented a course on fintech for entrepreneurs. This was reported on April 23 by the Money portal.
“As MinTIC reported this year and was looking for new market trends and the current situation, this portfolio was looking for the opportunity to expand its offering with a new fintech course for entrepreneurs in collaboration with Financial Superintendence and Platzi. Content is created as part of the training to further promote the use and appropriation of technology and to increase qualified human capital for performance in the digital economy.“they stated from this web.
Sylvia Constaín, ICT minister, said:
“From the Ministry of ICT, we are constantly working on the digital transformation of various productive sectors and on creating virtual learning spaces. We believe these initiatives support the education of digital entrepreneurs across the country. “
As reported, entrepreneurs participating in the course can purchase Knowledge of basic concepts of the fintech world, regulatory framework, payment systems and their players, digital banking and its components, stock exchange trends, importance of InsurTech, RegTech and SupTechamongst other things.
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