3 Ways to Maximize Your Experience at FinovateFall 2023.
Get the most out of FinovateFall with our recommendations for sessions, networking and more.
FinovateFall is taking place September 11-13, 2023, at The Marriott Marquis Times Square in New York – which means we have three days of demos, sessions, networking and more to look forward to! Here are a few of our tips for the demos, sessions and receptions you don’t want to miss.
- Finovate’s Signature 7-Minute Demos
- FinovateFall 2023 Conference Sessions We Recommend.
- Fintech Networking at its Finest
Finovate’s Signature 7-Minute Demos
Finovate’s unique conference model is focused on demos.
With more than 70 demos of cutting-edge innovation from startups to established firms, FinovateFall offers the most live fintech demos you’ll find anywhere.
Check out our top picks of demos that can help you determine which tech is the best fit for your organization.
Monday, Sept. 11, at 11:45 a.m.
Fundica’s unique, DEI-driven funding search engine drives business client acquisition and retention for financial institutions and ultimately democratizes access to funding.
Monday, Sept. 11, at 12:06 p.m
Bud’s AI-powered data insights for banks, credit unions, and fintechs increases a business’s understanding of their customers, accounts, and transactions.
Monday, Sept. 11, at 5:21 p.m.
Engage People’s Access Plus increases engagement and reduces point liabilities for loyalty program owners, brands, banks, card issuers, payment processors, and above all, loyalty program consumers.
Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 9:34 a.m.
Alto Solutions’s digital alternative asset investment platform and self-directed IRA custodian streamlines the otherwise complicated and time-consuming process of investing and accepting IRA capital in alternative assets for companies, funds and other investment platforms seeking to raise retail investor capital – and the every-day investors wishing to invest in them.
Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 2:34 p.m.
Apiture’s AI-based solution for consumers uses known data (e.g., transaction history, account balances, and engagement metrics) to create a real-time evaluation of an individual’s current financial standing and recommendations to improve that standing.
Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 4:15 p.m.
Debbie is a next-gen loan and deposits marketplace for credit unions and underserved consumers that breaks the vicious cycle of credit card debt.
FinovateFall 2023 Conference Sessions We Recommend.
While demos take center stage at Finovate, there is still value in the breakout sessions. Here are our handpicked recommendations for the best sessions in the FinovateFall Conference lineup.
Mastermind Keynote: Amplifying Savings & Boosting Deposits: The BMO & Personetics Journey
Monday, Sept. 11, at 12:25 p.m.
The joint BMO and Personetics session will cover several of the challenges financial institutions face with rising interest rates and customer’ expectations.
Speakers: Jody Bhagat – President of Americas, Personetics; Daniel Caplan – Director, Digital Money Management and Wealth Services, BMO Financial Group
Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 11:35 a.m.
Speaker: Chris Cox – Chief Operating Officer, Apiture
How Community Banks & Credit Unions Can Embrace Change To Effectively Compete In A Digital World
Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 5:50 p.m.
This interactive session will explore how embracing change in the digital world can attract a new type of consumer, propel growth for financial institutions, and ultimately reinvent the way credit unions and community banks interact with consumers digitally.
Speakers: Chrystina (Tina) Giorgio – President & CEO, ICBA Bancard; John Waupsh – Co-Founder & CEO, Nerve; Liran Amrany – Partner, Team8; Kimberly Kirk – Executive Vice President, Chief Operations Officer, Queensborough National Bank & Trust Co.
Investing In Women To Pave The Way For The Next Generation Of Leaders
Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 8:15 a.m.
This panel will be discussing how women can pave the way for the next generation of female founders and executives and how women can reach a gender-neutral future in financial services.
Speakers: Michelle Tran – Founder, NYC Fintech Women; Akita Somani – SVP BNPL/POS Lending, U.S.Bank; Brandis DeSimone – Vice President and Head of Americas Data Sales, Nasdaq; Baanu Ratneswaran – Head of Enterprise Innovation, TD Bank Group; Trish Costello – CEO & Founder, Portfolia; Karen Yankovich – Founder, She’s LinkedUp
Fintech Networking at its Finest
Network with the people who can move your business forward. Fintech founders, investors, and other finserv players are at your fingertips during FinovateFall 2023. How do you find the “in” to build relationships that give you high conference ROI? These are our top recommendations for high-quality fintech networking events. If you want even more options, follow #FinovateFall and #CaliberConnect on Twitter and LinkedIn to stay in-the-know.
The Fintech Fall Warm Up Hosted by SoftServe in collaboration with NYC Fintech Women and Rise created by Barclays
Monday, Sept. 11, at 5:30 p.m.
What could be better than getting to know peers in Fintechs, banks, financial services, payments, and retail tech companies before the big conferences while networking over food and drinks?
This Week in Fintech Fall Happy Hour Hosted by This Week in Fintech and Sponsored by MethodFi, Codat, Taktile & Middesk
Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 6:30 p.m.
This Week in Fintech’s FinovateFall Happy Hour with an open bar, light bites and good vibes.
NYC Fintech Happy Hour at FinovateFall Conference Hosted by Silicon Valley Bank Fintech Team, Modern Treasury, Vouch & NYC Fintech Women
Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 6:30 p.m.
Please join the Silicon Valley Bank Fintech Team, Modern Treasury, Vouch & NYC Fintech Women for an evening of networking and reconnecting with peers and colleagues in the NYC Fintech ecosystem! We invite you to come and enjoy delicious bites and cocktails after the FinovateFall Conference on the beautiful deck at Company Ventures for what is sure to be a fun fall kickoff event.