posted on 17 Nov 2019
TurnKey Lender has won this year’s New Product Innovation Award at an event hosted by Frost & Sullivan. The company competed in the Singapore FinTech Industry category.
Frost & Sullivan is one of the world’s leading consulting companies that helps investors, corporations, and world governments navigate economic changes and identify disruptive technologies. Every year, Frost & Sullivan hosts the Asia Pacific Best Practices Awards to determine the current best practices for businesses in different markets and select the most innovative, entrepreneurial, and successful companies.
The winners in each category are selected based on in-depth interviews, analysis, and extensive secondary research. The companies were judged by their revenues, market share, capabilities, and overall contribution to the industry. Competing in one of the most challenging categories, TurnKey Lender has been selected among many other Singapore FinTechs as the winner of the New Product Innovation Award. It serves as a token of recognition of the TurnKey Lender team, it’s products, and the progress the company makes.
TurnKey Lender’s top management, including the company’s co-founders, attended the gala dinner devoted to the award show to receive the prize personally. Dmitry Voronenko PhD., co-founder and CEO of TurnKey Lender, shared his thoughts after the event:
We’re extremely proud and honored that our products, to which we devote so much of our time and efforts, gained recognition from notable companies like Frost & Sullivan. On behalf of my team, I’d like to thank the judges and analysts for seeing the revolutionary potential of TurnKey Lender and assure you that we will continue to move full steam ahead both in terms of R&D and business expansion, so stay tuned!
Source: Turnkey Lender
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