Announcing FinovateFall 2011 (September 20 & 21 in NYC) — Apply to Demo Your Latest Fintech Innovation

FinovateFall 2011 is returning to New York City on September 20 & 21. The show will be Finovate’s fifth annual Manhattan conference and they are incredibly excited to be back.

Last year, the conference featured a new two-day format with 56 demos and the audience loved it so it is back again this year. Sadly, because the 2010 show’s attendance grew more than 50%, FinovateFall sold out at the old space several weeks ahead of time. So, this year, FinovateFall is moving to a new space. In fact, they’re renting a pier. Yes, an entire pier (Pier 92 to be specific) worth of space so you can come see the best new innovations in financial and banking technology in comfort along with hundreds of other leading senior executives, venture capitalists, industry analysts, major press and technology entrepreneurs.

There is a tremendous amount of innovation happening in fintech right now (including dozens of new ideas that will debut at FinovateSpring in San Francisco in just a few weeks), and the fall show is already shaping up to feature an array of exciting, fast-paced 7-minute demos (no slides allowed!) on stage.

If you’re a startup, established company, or financial institution innovating in financial or banking technology, Finovate would love to have you apply to demo your latest and greatest at the conference. To get more details, please email them at

If you’re interested in watching the future of financial and banking technology unfold live on stage at this must-attend event then get your super early bird ticket today for FinovateFall 2011 and save $300 off the list price. PLUS through a partnership between Finovate and you can save an additional 10%. Just enter the code pymnts10 for a total savings of over $400!

Tickets started to sell before the formal conference announcement. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to see the latest fintech in action!



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