Announcement: Tearsheet’s Convergence Conference is going virtual
- Tearsheet is moving Convergence from an in-person event to a virtual one.
- Complimentary tickets are available for the event on September 14.
When we announced our Convergence Conference to be held September 14th in NYC, the world was opening up. Corona was waning, financial services firms were planning to go back to the office, and we were all looking forward to the return to in-person events. We envisioned a lively event in NYC where both incumbents and fintechs talk about the evolution toward Super Apps and how firms are expanding products and services to address more and more of their customers' needs.
But given all the current uncertainty around Corona and its variants -- that’s changing. At Tearsheet, we’ve made the decision to play more defensively and that means turning Convergence into a virtual conference to allow our speakers and attendees to attend safely from home.
And it's a great decision -- we've got senior professionals from firms like JPMorgan Chase, Amex, and Citizens, as well as from upstart tech firms, like Acorns and Anchorage Bank.
And what's really great is that our sponsor, Publicis Sapient, has made it possible for us to offer this conference to as many people as possible with complimentary tickets.
We’re keeping a watchful eye on things and are anticipating hosting in-person events in the near future.
So, join us and register here for Convergence 2021.