Critical Future partnered with the Department for International Trade of the British government for an event on the Future of Banking and Fintech in the Locarno Room of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office. Described by architect George Gilbert Scott as “a kind of national palace, or drawing-room for the nation”, the Locarno Room is where the Locarno Treaty was signed in 1919 to confirm Europe's borders following the First World War. It has been used for State visits and Royal Birthday parties. The event with Critical Future brought international bank CEOs and executives to meet with UK based Fintech founders.
Adam Riccoboni is also a business writer and wrote "The Art of Selling Yourself" published by Penguin in the United States, and ranked by Bookreview of the Amercian Library Association as of the Top 10 best business books of the year.. He also wrote "Buy Me! 10 Steps to selling yourself in business" published by Michael O'Mara in the UK, as featured on the BBC. Also, published as "Buy me! 10 segreti per vendersi al meglio nel mondo del lavoro" by De Agostini in Italy.
Adam Riccoboni was ranked by Young Guns as one of the best new entrepreneurs in the UK 
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- Art of Selling Yourself: The Simple Step-by-Step Process for Success in Business and Life, by Adam Riccoboni.
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- "MBA & Company Raises Further £800K So Anybody Can Hire an MBA".
- "New way to deliver brightest and best". 2012-05-29.
- "Daniel Callaghan and Adam Riccoboni: MBA & Company". 2014-09-11.
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