Summer is on the way, but FinDEVr is already feeling the heat. With the first deadline two days away, we’re receiving presenter applications from dozens of awesome organizations, confirming this will be our most competitive selection process yet. Interested in joining the fray? Read on.
FinDEVr is the only conference focused on the technology side of fintech. Its mission is to serve the financial services developer community. Showcasing the latest tools, technologies, APIs, platforms, case studies and tutorials, we help CTOs, developers, software architects, UX designers, engineers, product managers and other technologists create the next wave of fintech innovation.
For presenters, FinDEVr is a powerful platform to:
- Drive product adoption of APIs/platforms/SDKs
- Showcase new technology and the inspiration behind it
- Establish technical leadership of the industry while educating the market
- Garner press recognition and gather feedback on innovations
We’re now accepting applications for our third annual West Coast event: FinDEVr Silicon Valley 2016. Last year the event attracted nearly 600, and we’re expecting many more this year. The early application deadline is Friday, May 27.
As a first step, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send you a presenter packet with content criteria, the presenter package, costs, deadlines, and a link to online application. Once you’re ready to move forward, submit the online application. We’ll review applications later this summer and hope to see yours! We’ll be in touch in July.
FinDEVr Silicon Valley 2016 is sponsored by The Bancorp.
FinDEVr Silicon Valley 2016 is partnered with Acuity, Bank Innovators Council,BankersHub, The BayPay Forum, BiometricUpdate.com, Bitcoin Magazine, Bitcoinist.net, Breaking Banks, Byte Academy, California Bankers Association,Celent, Cointelegraph, Colloquy, Emerging Payments, Empire Startups, FIDO Alliance, Global Platform, Juniper Research, Mercator Advisory Group, Payment Week, Payments & Cards Network, SecuritySolutionsWatch.com, SIMalliance, Swiss Finance + Technology Association, and Women Who Code.