The State of Fintech Conferences in 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our global health and economy, the fintech community is finding ways to adjust and marshall its resources and technology to help aid governments and consumers.
It’s inevitable that fintech conferences this year have canceled or pushed out their events. Though some have resorted to a virtual option, and sticking to their original dates. While virtual events will certainly have a different look and feel, with the right set tactics, you’ll be able to achieve your goals, whether that includes sales prospecting, recruitment, fostering customer engagement, gathering competitive intelligence, or visibility. Keep in mind that digital advertising, content optimized for specific channels, and interactive forums for dialogue and engagement, among other strategies, can ensure you make the most of both virtual and physical events.
Looking for insight on the state of fintech conferences? We’ve compiled a list of the major 2020 fintech conferences and noted their status. We hope to see you there (either virtually or possibly later this year in person). If you are hosting your own virtual event, learn more about how Highwire can support you here or get in touch with us at email@example.com.
Continuing as Planned (For Now)
Finovate Fall — September 14-16, 2020, NYC
Money 2020 — October 25-28, 2020, Last Vegas
Consensus Distributed — A virtual event starting May 11, 2020.
Postponed Until Later in the Year
CB Insights Future of Fintech — Now planned for November 16-18, 2020, San Francisco
Finovate West — Formerly Finovate Spring, it’s now planned for November 23-4, 2020, San Francisco
Digital Banking Conference — Now planned for December 7-9, 2020 in Austin, TX
Lendit — According to the website, “LendIt Fintech USA 2020 has officially been rescheduled for September 30 through October 1, 2020.”
Fortune Brainstorm Finance — Originally slated for June 2020 in Montauk.
SALT Conference — Originally slated for May 2020 in Las Vegas. SALT Middle East is still listed as on for December 2020. Check back for updates.