We’re getting together with a select group of financial institutions, in-person, on May 3 in New York. I’m incredibly excited, and from speaking to those of you who’ve already signed up, I know you are too. Everyone is feeling zoom fatigue, and from the relatively limited number of external face-to-face interactions that Celenters have had, we know that there’s enormous pent-up demand for getting back together.
We’re going to put the lessons that we’ve learned over the last two years to work. We’re not going to present at you; instead, we’ll set the stage for today’s most important financial technology topics, and then let you learn from each other in facilitated discussions. Our half-day together starts with lunch and ends with cocktails, with plenty of time for networking and reconnecting with colleagues old and new.
We’ll cover 8 different topics in parallel session lasting 45 minutes to an hour.
•Organizing for Innovation
•Defending against Cyber Threats
•Optimizing Cloud Strategies
•Using Technology to Achieve ESG Goals
•Executing a Data Strategy to Maximize AI Investments
•What Next on Digital Assets?
•Developing an Embedded Finance Strategy
•Using Technology to Improve the Employee Experience during the Great Resignation
You can see more details about the event here. If you’re interested in attending, please contact my colleague Bret Heither at email@example.com.
I hope to see you there. If you’ve got any questions, you can reach out to me directly, or get in touch with any of your Celent contacts.