Announcing Tony Tran, CEO of Lumanu @ the Gen Z Symposium

  • On March 7, Tearsheet will convene a symposium to explore the intersection of Gen Z with financial services
  • Tony Tran, CEO of Lumanu, will join us on stage to discuss how to improve the financial services experiences for Gen Z business owners.

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Announcing Tony Tran, CEO of Lumanu @ the Gen Z Symposium

We’ve got a great new speaker for our upcoming event on Gen Z + financial services!

We’re excited to share that Tony Tran, CEO of Lumanu, will join us on stage at the upcoming Gen Z Symposium March 7th in NYC.

Join us at the Gen Z Symposium, a 1-day experience with people like Tony filled with exciting insights and innovative conversations – all about figuring out how to best serve young financial services customers (we’ll look at this both from a consumer and commercial lens).  

If you’re in product, marketing, or digital at a financial institution, are you thinking about how to connect with the next generation?

This is your opportunity to really dig deeper into what it takes to build financial products Gen Z loves.

About Tony and Lumanu

Gen Z business owners aren’t being served well by existing financial services. Tony knows — he’s building Lumanu to serve this demographic in the media & advertising supply chain. Tony has a great perspective — he’s been on The Tearsheet Podcast sharing the struggle Gen Z biz owners face —  and we wanted Tony to share more with us in person.

Tony Tran is the CEO & Co-Founder of Lumanu, a fintech platform that redefines how companies connect and transact with contractors from influencers to consultants. Prior to Lumanu, Tony was a consultant at McKinsey in the technology and media sector.

An increasing number of GenZ business owners are now important partners in the media & advertising supply chains for companies from Unilever to Visa. Despite this evolution, traditional enterprise procurement and AP processes, coupled with a difficult business credit environment, make it increasingly costly for these Gen Z business owners to do business and grow.

Join us at the Gen Z Symposium

The deets

What: The Gen Z Symposium

When: March 7, 2024
Where: Mastercard’s Tech Hub, NYC
Format: It’s going to be an intimate group with a handful of speakers and lots of good discussions
Sponsors: Publicis Sapient (premier partner) and Mastercard (host)

So save the date, register for tickets, and start counting the days. Join us at the Gen Z Symposium

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