First Wave of Demoing Companies for FinovateSpring Revealed!

FinovateSpring returns to San Francisco, California, May 7 through 10. With more than 1,300 attendees, 60+ demoing companies, and 120+ speakers anticipated, we are excited to host some of the most innovative fintechs and insightful industry leaders at our upcoming event.

To whet your appetite, here’s a look at the first wave of demoing companies for FinovateSpring. Whether you are a global financial services provider, a community bank, a fresh new fintech startup or an established tech firm looking for new opportunities, FinovateSpring is for you!

Stay tuned for more information about FinovateSpring in the weeks to come. Our Sneak Peek series, with details about the demoing companies, their innovations, and their presenters, will launch soon here on the Finovate blog.

And remember that FinovateSpring will also feature a pair of special Summit Days on May 7 and May 10. The sessions on these days will feature deep dives and extended conversations on topics such as AI, customer engagement, community and digital banking, as well as payments and lending. Check out our FinovateSpring agenda for more.

Visit our registration page and save your seat today. Discounts are available for for tickets purchased before March 29.

We’ll  see you in San Francisco!

Save up to $1,000 if you register for FinovateSpring before Friday!


Moving Home: FinovateSpring Returns to San Francisco

Like many millennials, Finovate’s west coast conference is moving back home. San Francisco is FinovateSpring’s birthplace, where it tested limits in infancy and navigated angsty adolescent years. Only after maturing and outgrowing its room, did FinovateSpring move out. But San Francisco has always been home.

Now considered the flagship Finovate format, the conference agenda on May 7-11 will include an exploration of artificial intelligence and customer service on the summit day, two demo days with 60+ financial services products, and a final day to bring everything together with a series of keynotes, panels and sessions.

Tickets for the summit day (May 7) and the main conference (May 8-11) are on sale at early-bird rates. And if you would like to enhance your FinovateSpring experience beyond simply attending, there are a few ways to get involved (see details below). In whatever way, we hope you’ll join us for our homecoming!


Companies working on new technology in investment, insurance, compliance, customer experience, regtech, insurtech, wealthtech, security, identity, biometrics, blockchain, crypto, onboarding, open banking, digital banking, lending and payments should apply to demo. Don’t see your fintech’s concentration area on the list? Even better!

Showcasing your latest innovation is the best way to reach the greatest number of people who mean the most to your business in the least amount of time. It’s essentially a sales demo, press conference, analyst briefing, trade show, and business development meeting in just a few days. And unlike other events, our 360 degree approach means attendees vie for demoing companies’ attention, not the other way around.

The deadline to apply to demo is on Friday, February 1. More information is available on the event website and you can reach us at

Sponsoring & Speaking

Sponsoring and speaking are terrific ways to raise your profile and showcase your thought leadership. The sponsorship team provides flexible and tailored solutions to maximize your time at the conference and ensure you meet your business goals. They routinely work with a variety of businesses, including banks and credit union, consulting companies, VCs and investment firms, educational institutions, law firms, and tech companies.

For more information, please contact

Save up to $1,300 if you register for FinovateSpring before Friday!

Tim Urban
Founder @ Wait But Why
The Rise of the Machines – The Artificial Intelligence Revolution and the Road to Superintelligence. What will AI mean for the future of financial services and the future of work?

Michael Butler
President & CEO
Radius Bank

Nicholas Kopp

Mashima Chawla
Growth Lead
Square Capital

Secil Tabil Watson
Executive VP
Wells Fargo

Lisa Gold Schier
Group Senior VP

Rick Winslow
Chief Experience Officer

Ramneek Gupta
Venture Investing
Citi Ventures

Jon Zanoff
Managing Director
Barclays Accelerator