FinTech South 2020 Announces Speaker Lineup
The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) has announced that some of the highest-profile, global brands in the financial technology industry have joined the first round of featured speakers for the FinTech South 2020 conference on April 20-21st at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
More than 45 fintech leaders have joined the initial lineup of keynote and breakout session speakers who will bring their leading-edge expertise to the event.
Featured speakers include:
- Dan Macklin, CEO, US, Salary Finance
- Dave Birch, Global Ambassador, Consult Hyperion
- Kathryn Petralia, Co-Founder, Drum Technologies; Co-Founder & President, Kabbage Inc.
- Luvleen Sidhu, Co-Founder, President & Chief Strategy Officer, BankMobile
- M. Troy Woods, Chief Executive Officer, US, TSYS, a Global Payments Company
- Michael Praeger, Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder & Board Member, AvidXchange
- Peter Hazelhurst, Head of Uber Money, Uber
FinTech South 2020 is a global exchange of insights, innovations and trends fueling tomorrow’s financial tech industry. Attracting international companies and speakers across multiple industries, FinTech South is your opportunity to engage with the 1500+ international executives that will gather in Atlanta, a global fintech hub, generating $72+ billion in revenues and attracting $1.1+ billion in venture capital in 2019 alone.
The FinTech South content program will feature 100+ speakers across 36+ sessions covering the hottest and most relevant trends in the fintech industry today including:
- Banking Transformation: Digital Transformation in Banking, Innovation, Partnerships, and Mobile-First
- Identity and Privacy: Trust, Privacy and The Path to Self-Sovereign Digital Identity
- Retail and Commerce: Omnichannel Commerce in the Emerging Relationship Economy
- Cybersecurity and Fraud: White Hats vs. Black Hats: Winning the Fintech Cybersecurity War
- Inclusion and Wellness: The Human Factor: Designing Fintech Solutions for Financial Wellness
- Payments Innovation: Payments at the Speed of Innovation: Smarter, Faster, Cheaper
- The Small Business Economy: SMB Revolution: Banking for Small Businesses and the Gig Economy
- Regulation and RegTech: Regulating Fintech: Balancing Tech Innovation with Consumer Protection
- AI and Machine Learning: Fintech in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
- Crypto and Blockchain: Bits, Blocks, Tokens and Ledgers: Why Blockchain is Still the Future of Money
- Talent and Diversity: People Power: Building a Diverse and Skilled Fintech Workforce
Applications are now open and must be received by January 31, 2020. The FinTech South Content Committee will evaluate proposals as they are received.
For information on tickets, sponsorships and speaking opportunities, visit www.FinTechSouth.com. Tickets are available and going quickly as TAG anticipates another sell-out crowd. Grab your ticket HERE.
About the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG)
TAG’s mission is to Connect, Promote, Influence and Educate Georgia’s technology ecosystem to advance the innovation economy. Through those four foundational pillars TAG serves the technology community, helping to support, grow and ignite tech leaders, companies and the overall Georgia economy.
TAG serves more than 30,000 members statewide through regional chapters in Metro Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Macon/Middle Georgia, and Savannah. TAG hosts more than 150 events each year and serves as an umbrella organization for 26 professional societies.
TAG provides networking and educational programs; celebrates Georgia’s technology leaders and companies, and advocates for legislative action that enhances the state’s economic climate for technology.
Additionally, the TAG Education Collaborative (TAG-Ed) focuses on helping science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education initiatives thrive.
For more information visit the TAG website or TAG’s community website at www.hubga.com. To learn about the TAG-Ed Collaborative visit www.tagedonline.org.
Technology Association of Georgia
Julie Bryant Fisher