It’s not every day there’s an opportunity for a fintech developer to share how they’re innovating from stage. CEO? Sure. VP of Sales? You betcha. Head of Marketing? No doubt. But Software Engineer? Only at FinDEVr.
FinDEVr is the only event that brings together the people behind fintech: the developers, CTOs, VPs of engineering, software engineers and architects, UX designers and programmers creating financial innovations, not just selling them.
If you’re working on solutions for the fintech, finance and banking industries, the upcoming FinDEVr New York on March 21 & 22 is for you. FinDEVr offers a powerful opportunity for technologists to reach 400+ peers in order to:
- Drive product adoption of APIs/platforms/SDKs
- Showcase new and trending technology and the inspiration behind it
- Establish technical leadership of the industry while educating the market
- Garner press recognition and gather feedback on innovations
Through 15-minute, TED style presentations, companies showcase their latest innovations, case studies, tutorials and best practices through demos, live coding, slides, and videos. During interspersed networking in an exhibition area, presenters have the chance to connect one-on-one with attendees for a deeper dive. With a limited number of companies selected to participate (a max of 30 each day), the presenter to attendee ratio is excellent.
It’s not every day there’s an opportunity for a developer to present how their technology came to be and what it does. Today is the day. Apply to speak at FinDEVr New York and reach 400+ developers this March.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com. And remember, the final deadline to apply to speak is this Friday, January 13.
FinDEVr New York 2017 is partnered with BayPay Forum, BiometricUpdate.com, Byte Academy, Canadian Trade Commissioner Service, Cointelegraph, Colloquy, Distributed, Empire Startups, Finmaps, Fintech Finance, Harrington Starr, Mercator Advisory Group, The Paypers, SecuritySolutionsWatch.com, Swiss Finance + Technology Association, and Women Who Code.