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Mastercard’s Amy Neale: ‘We make it easy for the best startups to say yes to what we have to offer’

  • Many innovation programs make direct investments in fintech startups.
  • Mastercard found that resources, not money, is a better investment.
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Mastercard’s Amy Neale: ‘We make it easy for the best startups to say yes to what we have to offer’

 


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