Are you or your team working on something you're itching to share with the fintech world? Then look no further. The official Money20/20 call for content is out. Whether you're an individual who has a lot to say and is ready to say it, or a brand representative ready to submit a complete session topic that could change the game, we want to hear from you!
As the world of fintech once more evolves, this is not the time to bury your head in the sand. Blink and you’ll lose your place in the money ecosystem. But there are exciting times ahead, from new markets to explore to unique ways of exchanging goods, services and assets, faster and more efficiently than ever before. Are you ready to look up and face what comes next?
Be a part of it. Speak at Money20/20.
Our Call for Content (sessions) opens on Monday 21st November and closes on Friday 9th December. Don't wait around as there will be no extensions to this call.
Want some key insight on how to apply? Download the Call for Content Brochure so you understand the differences between this application and our Call for Content (speakers) in January.
Customer expectations have only increased in demand in the last 12 months, from better UX to a wider choice in the market. It means companies who have a place in the customer’s financial journey are now finding themselves in a competitive arena. The opportunities are endless, and we want to hear all about the successful frictionless experiences and innovations taking place in 2023.
Sectors we'll explore in this theme are; AI, Large Language Models, WealthTech, Open banking and much more.
Across the past 18 months economic, geopolitical, and social volatility has ignited conversation around ‘business models’, ‘profit’ and ‘revenues’ in the financial technology ecosystem – terms that for so long seemed taboo. Fintechs who’d been eager for rapid market share, both home and abroad, at the expense of turning a profit have found their business models left in the lurch.
Ideas to consider if you're interested in this theme include; Is disruption getting harder? HODL your way out, Tech vs regulators, M&A activity and Valuation fluctuations.
Fintech in its purest form has centred purely on disrupting financial ecosystems so it’s no surprise that ripples have been felt across complementing industries. This is where the speed of a payment, the ability to personalise finance and being able to provide a tailored product solution really matters. It’s these pockets of unexpected finance which will continue to ripen throughout 2023.
As new markets and providers continue to put pressure onto established players, this theme focuses on the places where unexpected finance can deliver.
Consider Gaming, Automotive, Metaverse, Web3.0, Social Networks, BNPL and Micro-loans if this topic interests you.
The pandemic has offered a catalyst for social change. From quiet quitting to actual quitting, talent in the market chopped and changed more quickly than ever before. The average tenure of a worker in fintech dropped from 1.6 years in 2019 to just 1.4 years in 2022, but as recession bites, jobs have been lost and the tide has turned. And that’s before we even look at diversity. Is it time to acknowledge that the industry has a people problem?
Questions like this, plus topics such as HR, Talent Search, Future Fintech Models, ISO, CharityTech and more will be covered under this theme. Sound like your area of expertise? Get involved!
At Money20/20, we pride ourselves in being different and showcasing ideas, formats, stages, you name it, that is unlike anything you have ever seen at a fintech show. Put simply, at Money20/20 we are all about the experience. So, let's do some experimenting.
Here the focus turns to format, regardless of whether the subject matter fits into one of the above themes (it’s probably better if it doesn’t!). Here's your chance to explore Money20/20 like it’s your very own sandbox.
Check out more about the call for content via our latest webinar with the Money20/20 content team.