Addressing the Talent Gap in the FinTech Innovation Economy
Join The Bowdoin Group on September 12th for this exclusive event. Network with other leaders and hear from a diverse panel of forward-thinking individuals as they explore “Addressing the Talent Gap in the FinTech Innovation Economy.” Learn how talent, technology, and culture come together in this dynamic discussion. Panel topics will include:
Talent Philosophy: Our diverse panel will share their philosophies on finding and engaging talent to move their companies forward.
Technology and Culture: How are companies innovating with technology? Does tech innovation affect corporate culture? Our panel shares their unique perspectives.
Hiring Biases: What hiring biases have you witnessed in FinTech, if any? If biases exist, do they compete with overall growth within the industry? Panelists review how companies can think out of the box to address biases and stay ahead of the curve.
The Skill Gap: The competition for talent is more prevalent than ever, with industry incumbents and tech firms vying for attention from an ever-selective pool. Our panel addresses this gap and how their firms remain innovative.
Talent Strategy: What has worked, what has not? How do you stay competitive? Panelists discuss their vision and strategy, and what they see for the future of FinTech.
Location, Location, Location: How does the talent market differ between Boston, NYC, and Silicon Valley?
Sean Collins - CEO, Cinch Financial
Ian Sheridan - Managing Director, Vestigo Ventures
Laurel Taylor - CEO, FutureFuel.io
Ted Gramer - CEO, TrueMotion
Jack Klinck - Managing Director, HyperPlane
11:30 - 12:00 PM: Networking and lunch
12:00 - 1:00 PM: Panel explores “Addressing the Talent Gap in the FinTech Innovation Economy”
1:00 - 1:30 PM: Open networking