Here are the unmissable bank transformation and fintech webinars next week, from August 31 to September 4
Is the fintech sector experiencing a reputation problem? An interesting webinar this week explores the media behavior around the financial tech sector and strategies to counteract these views.
Also, this week, take advantage of virtual events focused on e-commerce, the future of financial services in the post-Covid-19 era, financial inclusion in the digital ecosystem, and more.
Read on to find out about the best virtual events for digital banking and the fintech sector in Latin America for next week. Remember that you can review our full calendar of events here, and add yours here.
The importance (and seasonality) of search in e-commerce
September 01, 12:30 pm (Miami time)
The first half of 2020 highlighted the importance of online search, and the dynamics of search optimization have long been the essential ingredient for a winning e-commerce strategy. Learn more in this webinar hosted by WARC.
Fintech’s Global Reputation: Is There a Trust Issue?
September 02, 9am (Miami time)
Companies like Amazon, Alibaba, Uber, and Netflix have become massive companies leading their segments in the tech industry. Now some of them are moving to fintech. Despite the clamor to invest in the sector, it has attracted a fair amount of negative press in recent years, leading to evaluations to ensure its “global reputation.” Click here to sign up for the Babel webinar and see the progress.
What is the future of banking and financial services?
September 02, 2pm (Miami time)
Covid-19 has impacted the financial services sector and changed the trajectory of the industry. Institutions have responded to initial challenges and have learned from experience. This Persistent Systems webinar explores how the first half of 2020 will change the way banks and financial institutions operate in the long term. Click here to sign up for the webinar.
Financial Inclusion, Priority for Digital Transformation
September 03, 5pm (Lima time)
This fifth conference, organized by the ESAN University and the Institute for Digital Transformation for Development, will address financial inclusion, which is a priority on the agenda of many countries. It is important to join forces to ensure that financial inclusion takes advantage of existing technologies to make it massive, economically viable and sustainable over time. Click here to sign up for the webinar.
Online Open Banking Course
September 04, 6pm (CDMX time)
After the Fintech Law was published as well as its secondary provisions, the financial and banking sector of Mexico has evolved, many people seek to create their fintech companies and financial institutions that seek to adapt are migrating to technology, before being victims of modernity. Take advantage of this webinar organized by #FintechUMx.
For your schedule: How to eliminate friction in digital onboarding
September 08, 11am (Mexico time)
Mark the calendar for a special iupana event the week after. We discuss key strategies to creating an exceptional digital onboarding process, with guest speakers from Rappi, Scotiabank and Jumio. Learn more here.
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