2017 FORMATS

2017 FORMATS

With the best agenda in the industry, the Money20/20 agenda covers an unmatched variety of topics. Over the course of an entire year, the team covers and evaluates people, companies, topics and trends to identify the most interesting voices and stories. These voices are organized into more than 150 sessions with a variety of formats. This year, Money20/20 will have more formats than ever. Tremendous thought goes into matching topics and speakers with formats in order to deliver the most impactful and insightful learnings in the most efficient manner.

Certain topics require longer and deeper explanations. Certain threads of knowledge are best learned by following a precise narrative. This year’s agenda will include many more presentations to ensure that attendees learn the most in a manner that they can apply immediately.
Workshops are designed to provide deep learning on a select topic. The greater time spent enables more time for discussion and provides greater context and advice about how attendees can drive their own innovations. Workshops will cover a wide variety of timely and impactful topics like Identity & The Future of Money, Faster Payments, and Acquiring FinTech Customers Online.
As the industry converges upon Money20/20, many companies have aligned major announcements for the event. Attendees will be able to hear the latest and greatest from companies big and small and experience the buzz firsthand.
According to Thomas Edison, genius is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration. These sessions enable you to see the inspiration and learn from the perspiration without having to break out into a sweat. The audience can turbocharge their own initiatives by learning from the latest and most exciting real world market experiences.
The path forward is never simple with countless options to evaluate and risks and rewards to balance. Debates highlight the difficult tradeoffs so that business leaders can forge their own path. With two vigorous sides providing arguments and rationales, your industry knowledge is bound to expand in debates like “Banks vs. The Future”, “Is Tokenization the Future of Digital Payments?, and “AI in Lending: Will the Robots Take Over?”
Some topics are so important that they should be heard by the broadest audience with the greatest focus. These include initiatives, products and services that extend across company types and categories. They have the potential to inspire and elevate the industry, so should not be missed.
Customer experiences and expectations are changing faster than ever. Demo sessions enable the audience to see the latest products and services firsthand in an unfiltered manner to make a most informed decision based on practical applications.
There are often multiple answers to a single question. Panels, which are limited to 4 to ensure depth of coverage, bring together a diverse group of voices so that the audience can hear and synthesize the chorus of answers to determine which might resonate best with their businesses and values. The moderators are carefully selected to guide these discussions and cover major topics in an efficient but impactful manner.
Speakers on the agenda lead amazingly dynamic and busy lives. Live interview sessions force these leaders, and the audience, to pause and discuss decisions made and those yet to be made. These sessions are designed to get beyond the surface into fundamental undercurrents of the industry.