As many of you know I am a co-founder of the LendIt Conference – the first and biggest conference dedicated to p2p lending. At LendIt 2014 we are bringing together all the major players in the industry in one place on May 4-6 in downtown San Francisco, the epicenter of p2p lending.
We will have two days of information-packed sessions featuring most of the leading names in the industry and covering all aspects of this new asset class. All the platforms will be there as well as the data providers and the new companies providing resources for investors. And of course there will be plenty of opportunities to meet and network with your fellow investors.
We opened up registration for LendIt 2014 just before Christmas and we already have close to 100 people signed up. By the time May 4 rolls around we expect over 800 people to descend on the Hilton Hotel Union Square in downtown San Francisco. And if you are thinking about going you need to be quick to get the best deal. The early bird discounted pricing of $495 ends on Wednesday,January 15th. First thing on Thursday the price for LendIt 2014 increases to $795. You can register for LendIt 2014 here.
Use the Exclusive Lend Academy Discount Code for 25% Off
As a Lend Academy reader you can enjoy a special 25% discount off the already discounted early bird price of $495 if you register by Wednesday. This means you will pay just $371.25 to attend a conference that will cost almost $1,500 for last minute attendees (and last year we had over half the conference sign up in the last 10 days). Be sure to use the discount code LENDACADEMYVIP on the checkout page when you register for LendIt 2014.
Discounted Room Block at the Hilton
We have also secured a block of rooms at the Hilton Hotel at discounted rates. There is a link at the end of the registration process to reserve a room or you can use this link directly.
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.