When we decided to merge our events business with Fintech Meetup in June of this year we did so confident that our loyal events customers would be well-served by this move.
Now, after almost six months in partnership with Fintech Meetup, I am even more confident that will be the case.
I attended Fintech Meetup’s first in-person event in March and I quickly realized that this new fintech event was something special. What drove that thinking was their execution. Everything came together flawlessly and I know how difficult that can be, particularly as a first-year event.
For the last several months I have been helping the content team at Fintech Meetup with their agenda. And it is shaping up to be outstanding with many of the biggest names in fintech featuring on their many stages.
Meetings, Meetings, and More Meetings!
The core of the Fintech Meetup offering is its meetings program. When I participated in March I was blown away. At Fintech Nexus, we always prided ourselves on our comprehensive networking program. But Fintech Meetup has taken it to the next level.
With their sophisticated networking app, you can find exactly the people you are looking for. Let’s face it, meeting people is one of the primary reasons people attend conferences. And with 1,000 meeting tables it was a sight to behold. The energy in the meeting room was palpable as tens of thousands of new connections were being made.
In 2024 they are supercharging the meetings program. They anticipate more than 45,000 meetings taking place during the event which would be the most in fintech history. You can take enough meetings to keep you busy for the rest of the year.
Ticket prices increase on Friday night
Right now, ticket prices are discounted by $900 off the regular rate. And as a member of the Fintech Nexus community you are entitled to an additional $200 discount. Just use the code NEXGA2395 when you register here.
But you need to hurry. The discount expires on Friday night, December 8.
Peter Renton is the chairman and co-founder of Fintech Nexus, the world’s largest digital media company focused on fintech. Peter has been writing about fintech since 2010 and he is the author and creator of the Fintech One-on-One Podcast, the first and longest-running fintech interview series.