March 12, 2015

The 2015 FinTech Startups Conference Coming To NYC April 7

by Crowdnetic.

New York City’s longstanding legacy as a hub of development and progress is inspiring the next generation of emerging technology and disruptive FinTech companies that are flocking to the city in order to pursue their entrepreneurial ambitions.

Accordingly, the 2015 FinTech Startups Conference will be held in New York City at historic Webster Hall on Tuesday, April 7. The conference, now in its 3rd year, brings together Silicon Valley’s top FinTech founders, innovators, and investors for inspiring panels, a live demo session, and a sponsored networking reception. Hosted by New York FinTech Startups (NYFTS), the largest FinTech meet up, the full-day conference will focus on the new influential, disruptive and innovative technology companies that are redefining financial services globally.

Last year’s conference panels covered a multitude of trends such as the P2P Lending Landscape, Cryptocurrency and Social Data Gold Rush. At the upcoming FinTech Startups Conference, entrepreneurs and investors will hear from top founders who are changing the way we use and think about financial technology throughout the industry, with topics covering real estate tech, payments and mobile banking, and big data. Speakers will include innovators such as Kathleen Utecht, Venture Partner at Core Innovation Capital; Brad Katsuyuma, President and CEO of IEX; Crowdnetic’s CEO and Co-founder, Luan Cox; and Tereza Nemassanyi, EIR, Microsoft.

This conference is renowned for bringing together the top FinTech startups, innovators, and investors for thought leadership and inspiring conversations surrounding best practices and industry trends. This year, the event will feature 5 live FinTech startup demos, including one Audience Choice, and will conclude with a sponsored reception.

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