It’s only a couple weeks until Finovate and Finn AI’s Conversational Banking Summit debuts: the fully virtual half-day event starts on October 6th at 12 PM ET, and will feature innovators in both technology and financial services alike coming together to share insights and strategies for the future of digital banking. The content is action-packed, with practical tactics for success and lessons learned from the field. You’ll also hear from peers and partners on how they are innovating with AI-powered digital banking experiences at their organizations.  

Here’s what can you expect to see:

Most excitingly, this event will debut the results of market research performed by Rival Research in collaboration with Finn AI, Q2, and MX. Millennials and Gen Z’s are rapidly becoming the most important demographic in banking, and this research helps understand what they want out of their financial services. This is going to be invaluable information for anyone who wants to be ready for the next generation of financial customers and members. 

As mentioned, the event will also feature many different leaders in the digital and banking industries, each given an opportunity to share their experiences and knowledge in a variety of different topics. The keynote speaker will be Alexandra Cahill, head of insights & storytelling and enterprise AI design for Capital One, discussing why it’s crucial for regional and community banks to implement AI into their customer service. Other speakers will cover a wide array of topics, ranging from how conversational AI is changing digital banking to lessons learned from their own implementations of virtual assistant chatbots. 

This exclusive event is a must-see for anyone interested in conversational AI for their bank or credit union, whether you’ve already been researching options or if you’re still on the fence about banking chatbots. Best of all, if you’re a leader at a bank, credit union, or CUSO, registration is completely free! There’s still plenty of time to sign up, and you can do so right here.