The firm, based in the UK, is supporting a mayoral business programme designed to help UK firms scale up internationally. In a way, it is an example of how financial hubs are competing to be places where start-ups can arise and thrive.
UK-based Wealth Dynamix, the client lifecycle management business, has joined a project supported by London’s Mayoral office that is designed to help UK firms expand and build a global business.
The wealthtech business - a 12-month accelerator scheme - has been accepted into the Mayor’s International Business Programme. It is run by London & Partners and supported by the Mayor of London.
The programme helps businesses to gain access to invitation-only workshops and corporate engagement events and to join targeted trade missions.
Already an international business, Wealth Dynamix has offices and clients in Switzerland, France, and Singapore.
To date, the Mayor’s International Business Programme has helped more than 1,000 London companies win business in international markets, Dhaval Gore, head of the Mayor’s International Business Programme at London & Partners, said.