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  • Matt Johnson

Breaking the Mould: How Fintech Companies Can Stand Out in a Crowded Market

Fintech companies are often considered to be the most innovative and forward-thinking companies in the industry.


However, when it comes to branding, many fintech companies tend to look and sound the same.


This is because many fintech companies fall into the trap of following the same branding strategies and tactics as their competitors, rather than standing out and differentiating themselves. Unlike Robin Hood, as we mentioned in our previous post "How to Communicate Like a Pro (and Avoid Common Pitfalls)"





One reason for this is that fintech is a highly regulated industry, and many companies feel that they must conform to certain rules and guidelines in order to comply with regulations.


This can lead to a lack of creativity and originality in branding, as companies feel that they must play it safe in order to avoid running afoul of regulatory authorities.


Another reason is that many fintech companies are focused on the technical aspects of their products and services, rather than the branding and marketing.


They may be so focused on developing the latest and greatest technology that they neglect to think about how they will brand and market that technology to the public.


In order to stand out and differentiate themselves from their competitors, fintech companies must be willing to take risks with their branding and marketing.



This may mean going against industry norms and conventions, or taking a more bold and daring approach to branding.


Fintech companies should also focus on telling their unique story and highlighting the specific value that their products and services offer to their customers.


This will help them to stand out and be remembered in a crowded and competitive market.


Overall, fintech companies can avoid looking and sounding the same by taking a unique approach to branding and marketing, and by focusing on the specific value that their products and services offer to their customers.



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