2016 Recap of Fall Trade Show Season
With the year coming to an end, we want to take a look back at the many conferences we attended.
BAI Beacon replaced BAI Payments Direct and BAI Retail Delivery. It featured quality attendees, a new layout and wristbands that glowed and were meant to connect people of similar interests. Overall, BAI brought a lot of new ideas to the table. As one prominent bank consultant said, “BAI has turned this ship around and headed in the right direction.”
The AFT Fall Summit brought the "Who's Who" of the financial industry together. It was held in a resort that offered a small, quiet setting so attendees could network and talk about what is happening in the world of fintech.
MBA Annual took place in windy Boston, Massachusetts and boasted nearly 200 of the mortgage industry’s leading companies.The conference featured topics on digital mortgages, life after HAMP, reaching underserved borrowers, optimizing data usage, HMDA and UCD. Overall, the conference and it’s attendees shared a very positive outlook on the industry moving forward, announcing that the 2017 conference will take place in Denver, Colorado.
Money 20/20 brought more than 10,000 fintech executives, bankers and innovators to Las Vegas. Topics included artificial intelligence and machine learning, blockchain and faster payments, and customer experience. The five day conference was filled with meetings, panels and demos.
We look forward to the upcoming conferences in 2017. Some have already opened up registration:
Also, be on the look out for our 2017 Trade Show Directory to stay up to date on all the conferences happening throughout next year.