Events

Stefanie Heiter, Thriving and not just surviving in a virtual workplace

Top performance in a virtual work environment requires much more than mastering videoconferencing. The technical aspects pale in comparison to the human/relationship side of virtual work. FintechWomen Board Member,  Kim DiNicola speaks with Stefanie Heiter, Founder and CEO of Bridging Distance. This powerhouse team delves  into understanding the human/relationship side of virtual work, and tips for how to help people use technology to work together really well from anywhere.  

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H.P. Bunaes, AI, Machine Learning and Data Analytics: Keys to Emerging Stronger

Theoretically, machine learning and AI should aid humans in solving problems faster and with better outcomes. But are financial firms and fintechs asking the right questions? In this thoughtful discussion, H.P. Bunaes, Founder of AI Powered Banking discusses a framework to think about how data analytics translates into insights, insights into strategy, and strategy into predictable results.  

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Gretchen Wilson, Why COVID Will Teach You What Beer Taught Me

FintechWomen Board Member, Catalina Camoscio and Gretchen Wilson, Co-Founder, Capital Access for ALL, take on the topic of what shifting a mindset can mean to Fintech innovation and the speed with which the economy recovers. COVID has forced unimagined change upon us, and for some the change has felt overwhelming. So what can we learn from people who thrive amidst change and even reinvent themselves in the process? And, what does Beer have to do […]

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Alessia Falsarone, Pandemics, Market Trends & Fintech Innovation

In this latest installment, FintechWomen and innovative investment visionary, Alessia Falsarone, considers how the findings of the recently published CeFPro 2020 FinTech Leaders Report stand up to our new reality post-pandemic. She gets to the heart of questions such as will COVID19 draw the global community of fintech innovators to re-think predicted market trends? Are there new questions that need to be asked? Which market assumptions are no longer valid?  

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