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4/18/15 | 8:30 AM | $10 | Betterment HQ
The FinTech Hackathon aims to unleash innovation in Financial Technology. The event gives you the chance to build the next big thing in FinTech, with hottest technology on the market. Share ideas, build teams and collaborate on new game-changing products.
Join us April 18 for 24-hours of hacking and collaboration with the best in NYC Tech. Register before March 5 for early bird tickets!
The FinTech Hackathon donates 50% of its profits to HackNY, a Non-profit that aims to build the next generation of technical talent in New York City.
4/8/15 | 4:00 PM | $149 | Tribeca Three Sixty
Mix and mingle with the leaders of Fintech while checking out the most innovative products in the expo hall. 115 companies submitted their technology to the Benzinga Fintech awards, an online competition that pitted financial technology companies against each other for the title of “Most Innovative Fintech Company”.
With New York City, the financial capital of the world, as a back drop, these companies will come together to demo their technology to the leaders and executives at the top financial and capital market firms. The excitement of the evening is topped off with an award ceremony to crown the winners of the 2015 Fintech awards.
1/27/15 | 7:00pm | $20 | 460 Park Ave South, 12FL
The panel of seasoned industry professionals will address topics such as:
- Trends in the lower-middle market space. Buyers, Sellers, Multiples, Etc.
- Opportunities in the lower-middle market space.
- How to best differentiate as a buyer.
- How to find a quality company to buy without paying too much.
- The best resources for finding great companies to buy.
10/27/14 | 8:00 AM | $399 | Coronado, CA
StockTwits is hosting their the 3rd Annual Stocktoberfest Conference in beautiful Coronado, California on October 27th and 28th. We invite you to join ValueStream Labs, StockTwits, leading investors, entrepreneurs, money managers, analysts and trendsetters in the FinTech community for 2 full days of talks, panels, fireside chats, demos, networking, dinners, drinks and and lots of fun.
If you love stocks and markets and talking about them all day long – Stocktoberfest will always be for you. There will be 20 Breakout sessions over the course of two days on everything from starting a paid newsletter, to using social media to starting a hedge fund and how to read a chart and use a mobile brokerage and set up your desk and daily routines of the best minds in the business. The best voices from our community will be sharing strategies and ideas and brainstorming on how to make money as a trader and investor.
As always, we dive deep into huge trends in progress – this year we will dig into the theme of ‘Silicon Valley Eating Wall Street’. Is it for real? Is it hype? Is Bloomberg untouchable? Who are the disruptors and from the founders themselves, what does the next 5 years look like from both Wall Street and Silicon Valley and in Between. We will take a Deep dive into Crowdfunding and Angel Investing with amazing startups – Angel List, Our Crowd and Crowdability.
We will continue to have the most talented and interesting financial thinkers, money managers, traders and family offices talking about stocks and markets and their ideas, picks, routines, products and systems that they use and are thinking about for 2015 and beyond.
As always the days will be mixed with great entrepreneuers and investors that don’t necessarily think about stocks and markets, but are changing the industries and markets they attack, and will offer valuable insight that you won’t get from traditional media or market sites and newsletters. My favorite big ideas come from talking to the founders and executives of disruptive technology startups who are not thinking month to month or quarter to quarter results.
10/15/14 | 12:00 PM | $395.00 (50% off with code: ValueStreamVIP) | Grand Hyatt New York
A changing of the guard is under way. A single, overarching capital markets megatrend into which all others lead. Make your priority lists, but the prevailing themes all lead here. Cloud, managed services, Big Data, solid state storage, security, Hadoop and other open source developments, standards, social media – you name it; all of these themes play a role in helping the trading community become smarter. At MarketTech 2014, industry leaders, visionaries and futurists will focus on some of the more provocative components of this capital markets megatrend: From Faster to Smarter.
12 pm – 1 pm – Registration & Networking
1 pm – Opening Remarks – Changing of the Guard – From Faster to Smarter, Paul Rowady, Principal, Director of Data and Analytics Research, TABB Group
1:15 pm – 2 pm – Birth of Crowdsourcing
Social media platforms and techniques will have as profound an impact on institutions as they’ve had on our personal lives. Crowdsourced opinions as a precursor to sentiment analytics, community curated and maintained datasets, and peer-to-peer financing represent significant game-changers for capital markets participants, particularly traditional intermediaries. This panel will discuss the opportunities and threats in financial markets from direct interactions with crowd-based technologies.
Adam Devine, VP, Product Marketing & Stategic Partnerships, WorkFusion
Scott Jordan, Founder, HealthiosXchange
Greg Neufeld, Managing Founding Partner,ValueStream Labs
Kim Wales, CEO, Wales Capital
Moderated by: Paul Rowady, Principal, Director of Data and Analytics Research, TABB Group
2 pm – 2:45 pm – Keynote – Daniel L. Doctoroff, President & Chief Executive Officer, Bloomberg L.P.
2:45 pm – 3:15 pm – Networking Break
3:15 pm – 4 pm – Life of Operational Alpha
Global markets are being re-architected on the backs of regulatory mandates, disruptive technologies, demands for harvesting more intelligence from bigger data, and the general need to achieve better performance at lower costs. Right-sizing and upgrading operational models, strategies and infrastructure will require more innovation than in any previous era in capital markets. In short, there is alpha to be uncovered in your business model. In the first of two panels discussing the evolution from legacy to next-generation technologies, solutions and methods, this discussion will focus on the benefits of technical unification and collaboration.
Andy Brown, CEO, Sand Hill East Ventures
Michael Hoskins, CTO, Actian
Jacob Loveless, Co-founder and CEO, Lucera Financial Infrastructures
Steven SilbersteinChief Technology Officer, SunGard
Joseph Squeri, Chief Information Officer, Citadel
Moderated by: Anthony Perrotta, Principal & Head of Fixed Income Research, TABB Group
4 pm – 4:30 pm- Special Armchair Conversation: Steven J Randich, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, FINRA with Larry Tabb, CEO & Founder, TABB Group
4:30 pm – 5:15 pm – Death of Legacy
Is it possible to “future-proof” your technical infrastructure? Maybe not. But minimizing, phasing out or eliminating legacy infrastructure is critical for achieving improved accuracy, timeliness and adaptability of analytics – a critical requirement in today’s markets. Once trading firms and their intermediaries wake up to the value of archived data for current analytical needs, improved technical architecture concepts will rise in the pantheon of priorities. In the second of our panels focused on infrastructure, our experts will discuss strategies and technologies that will help reduce the drag of outdated tools and the intangible costs of technical fragmentation.
Jack Bloch, Head of Development Trading and Dispatch, Unify Inc.
Edwin Marcial, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Intercontinental Exchange (ICE)
Bob Sampson, Head of Enterprise Platform and Direct Feeds, Thomson Reuters
Marinela Tudoran, Global Head of Cash Equities Technologies, Credit Suisse
Moderated by: Bob Iati, Partner, TABB Group
5:15 pm – Closing Remarks, Paul Rowady, Principal, Director of Data and Analytics Research, TABB Group
5:30 pm – Cocktail Reception
FinTech Tuesday: CEO Roundtable Dinner
10/7/14 | 6:00 PM | Free | Revealed to invitees
Invite-only roundtable dinner for Capital Markets CEOs.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered for our private roundtable events
Monday Night FinTech
9/8/14 | 6:00 PM | Free | Revealed to invitees
By invite only, a monthly closed door intimate roundtable dinner series for rising stars in entrepreneurial FinTech.
Email email@example.com to join the wait list.
VSL Power Breakfast at NYSE
6/17/14 | 8:00 am | Invitation Only | NYSE
ValueStream Labs and our hosts at the New York Stock Exchange host a breakfast discussion on open access in FinTech, and an exclusive tour of the NYSE floor.
Chris Lamb, formerly SVP of Alliances for Thomson Reuters, is our guest speaker for the morning. Chris will discuss the role of open access in financial services:
Financial technologies will undergo an unbundling over the next decade. This will drive a radical transformation of the FinTech business. The unbundling will especially affect the desktop business, but also market feeds, news, and every other form of information that drives the capital markets.
6/9/14 | 6:00pm | Free | 460 Park Ave South, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10016
ValueStream Labs is honored to be partnering with Singularity University to present The 2014 FinTech Cup, a startup competition in search of the best new companies in Financial Technology, on Monday, June 9th at 6pm.
Monday June 9th, 6pm-9:30pm
460 Park Avenue South, 12th Floor (@ 31st Street)
New York, NY 10016
Jeremy Hill – Former COO of Research, Society Generale
David Garrity – Founder, GVA Research; Advisor to the World Bank
Leigh Drogen – Founder and CEO, Estimize
Startup lineup to be announced on Friday 6/6.
Demo your FinTech startup in front of an elite audience of investors and decision makers for a chance to win our FinTech Cup and free passes to Singularity’s Exponential Finance Conference, in partnership with CNBC at Lincoln Center.
At the FinTech Cup, your company will pitch on-stage (5 min) followed by Q/A (5 min).
We give preference to companies without institutional funding, and those launching new products to the public and press.
To apply, email FinTechCup at valuestreamlabs dot com with your name, company and a link to your demo.
Monday’s FinTech Cup will kick off an amazing showcase of Financial Services disruption at the Exponential Finance Conference, hosted by Singularity University and CNBC on Tuesday and Wednesday at Lincoln Center.
FinTech Cup attendees are eligible for amazing discounts on conference tickets. See the event page for details.
Many thanks to our friends at TriNet for sponsoring this year’s FinTech Cup!
Sponsor packages are still available in limited supply for both the FinTech Cup and the Exponential Finance conference, email sponsors at valuestreamlabs dot com for more details.
About the Exponential Finance Conference:
Hosted by Singularity University in partnership with CNBC, Exponential Finance is an intensive 2-day conference on June 10th and 11th at Lincoln Center, that brings together top experts to inform financial services leaders (from companies like Goldman Sachs, New York Life, Bank of America, Citigroup) how technologies—such as artificial intelligence, quantum computing, crowdfunding, digital currencies and robotics—are impacting business.
Flash Men: An HFT Panel presented by Apex Clearing
4/9/14 | 6:30pm | By Invitation Only | The FinTech HUB: 460 Park Avenue South, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10016
ValueStream / Estimize Happy Hour at NYSE
3/26/14 | 5:30 PM | Invitation Only | NYSE
Celebrating Estimize’s latest funding round and all that is well in the FinTech world at the New York Stock Exchange.
2/26/14 | 6:30 PM | Free with RSVP | The Standard Biergarten, 848 Washington St New York, NY 10014
Meetpacking event for tech and finance returns to the Standard Biergarten on Wednesday February 26th.
Stay tuned for your personal invitation!
1/28/14 | 6:00 PM | $25 | The Conference Center - 130 East 59th St New York, NY 10022
The Global Financial Services industry is being redefined by new, innovative and disruptive technology startups. Come meet a sampling of these investor-funded up-and-coming Fintech Startups. [CBSAC/NY event]
Axial Founder and CEO, Peter Lehrman: Axial is an online network connecting professionals who run, advise, finance, and acquire private companies. With over 15,000 members and over 200 entrepreneurs sourcing capital each week, their vision is to build one platform where owners of private companies can predictably access the advisory expertise and capital they need to successfully grow, finance or exit their business. Founded in 2010 and headquartered in NYC, Axial is funded by First Round Capital and Redpoint Ventures.
CommonBond Co-Founder and CEO David Klein. CommonBond lowers the cost of higher education in the U.S. Their platform connects student borrowers and alumni investors to save students money on their loans and allow alumni to earn a financial return.
Estimize Founder and CEO Leigh Drogen. Estimize is an open financial estimates platform which facilitates the aggregation of fundamental estimates from independent, buy-side, and sell-side analysts, along with those of private investors and students.
Narrative Science, Business Development Manager Rory Murray. Narrative Science is the leading provider of natural language communication technology that helps organizations analyze and transform data into narrative reports. Their patented artificial intelligence platform, Quill™, mines data for meaning and insight to automatically generate relevant and impactful communications that are easy to understand and produced at an unprecedented scale.
The Startup Companies Co-Founder Jesse Podell (Moderator) The Startup Companies operates DevShop – a Ruby on Rails development shop working with early stage companies, and NY Tech Day – the world’s largest startup event.
Date: Tuesday, January 28
Time: 6:00-6:30 Registration and networking
6:30-7:45 Presentation and Q & A
7:45-8:15 Networking and reception with light refreshments
This program is intended for financial services professionals and their guests from both traditional financial services and newer technology startups. The presenters are a sample of the best startups from NYC’s thriving FinTech startup community who have already received investor or VC funding.
1/16/14 | 12:00 PM | $395 | TheTimesCenter - 242 West 41st Street, New York, NY 10036
12 pm – 1 pm – Registration & Networking
1 pm – Opening Remarks – Will Rhode, Principal, Director of Fixed Income, TABB Group
1:15 pm – 2 pm – Corporate Bonds
Venue consolidation and the threat of tapering are shaping the corporate bond market. Electronic trading and new agency business models are on the rise as dealer inventories remain challenged. The ability of the buy side to find natural pools of liquidity will become paramount as the market enters a volatile period and undergoes workflow change.
James Wallin, Senior Vice President – Fixed Income, AllianceBernstein L.P.
Mark Hepsworth, President, Pricing & Reference Data, Interactive Data
Amar Kuchinad, Founder & CEO, Electronifie Inc.
Richard M. McVey, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, MarketAxess
Marshall Nicholson, Managing Director, KCG BondPoint
Moderated by: Will Rhode, Principal, Director of Fixed Income, TABB Group
2 pm – 2:45 pm – Special Armchair Conversation – Colin Teichholtz, Co-Head of Fixed Income Trading, Pine River Capital Management and Lee Olesky, CEO, Tradeweb
2:45 pm – 3:30 pm – Swap Execution Facilities
We examine commission structures, sponsored-access models, Voice Request-for-Quote (RFQ) trade protocols, the prospects for order book trading, and maker-taker pricing. We also look at the ongoing issue of clearing certainty, the impact of “Footnote 88,” the need for an aggregator, and take-up in swap futures.
Sam Priyadarshi, Head, Fixed Income Derivatives, The Vanguard Group
Amy Caruso, Director, Babson Capital Management
Paul Hamill, Managing Director, Global Head of FRC Agency Trading, UBS
George Harrington, CFA, Global Head of Fixed-Income Trading, Bloomberg
Nathan Ondyak, U.S. Head of Product,LCH.Clearnet LLC
Moderated by: Paul Rowady, Senior Analyst, TABB Group
3:30 – 4 pm – Networking Break
4 pm – 4:45 pm – US Treasuries
While large or illiquid trades still are best done on the phone, a large proportion of Treasury trading is now electronic. For the buy side, that leaves a choice: Invest in the infrastructure to accept streaming prices, or stick with the status quo. A liquidity squeeze, whether driven by the end of QE or a dearth of collateral, could leave traditional traders at a disadvantage.
Komson Silapachai, Head of Treasury and TIPS Trading, State of Texas
John W. Griffin, Jr., Senior Risk Manager, Hartford Investment Management Company
Isaac Chang, Global Head of Fixed Income, KCG
Ryan Sheftel, Global Head of Fixed Income, FX and Commodities eCommerce, Credit Suisse
Moderated by: Adam Sussman, Partner, Director of Research, TABB Group
4:45 pm – 5:15 pm – Keynote -
Neal M. Soss, Managing Director & Chief Economist, Credit Suisse
5:15 pm – Closing Remarks – Larry Tabb, Founder & CEO, TABB Group
5:30 pm – Cocktail Reception
It’s not easy playing a game when the rules are being re-written. Treasuries, credit default swaps, interest rate swaps, corporate bonds – none are immune to changes in market structure. What challenges does this present to the buy-side trader as the Fed breaks rates?
11/19/13 | 12:00 PM | $395 | Grand Hyatt New York - 109 E 42nd St, New York, NY
Technology is a critical pillar for the reinvention of the capital markets. In combination with shifts in employee skill sets and process re-engineering, new weapons of mass disruption will need to be broadly employed to right-size business models, augment capabilities, and harvest ever-more fleeting and complex opportunities. Providing market participants with the power to distill meaning, collaborate with greater ease, and ultimately make better decisions from an increasingly expansive and diverse sea of data will quickly become a necessity.
At MarketTech 2013, industry leaders and visionaries will focus on three key themes that will be central to this transformation: solid state storage, open standards, and cross-asset functionality.
- Jon Ross, CTO, KCG
- David Rukshin, Senior Vice President, D. E. Shaw & Co.
- Mark Palmer, Vice President and General Manager, TIBCO StreamBase
- John Overton, CEO, Kove
- Jean Safar, CTO, Quartet FS
- Sinan Baskan, Vice President, Capital Markets Solutions, SAP
- Christopher Moskowitz, CTO, Deerfield Management
- Dan Hu, Associate Partner, Capital Markets Group, Capco
- Varghese Thomas, SVP, Global Head of Infrastructure, NYSE Technologies
- Josh Schubkegel, CTO, REDI Global Technologies
- Brennan Carley, Global Head of Elektron and Enterprise Platform, Thomson Reuters
- Mark Casey, President & CEO, CFN Services
- Bill Nichols, Senior Advisor Information Architecture and Innovation, US Department of the Treasury
- Robert Schrage, Director of Solution Architecture, Telx
- Tom Whelan, Head of US Derivatives and Product Sales, Instinet
- Kevin Pleiter, Vice President, Financial and Business Services, Dassault Systemes
11/11/13 | 12:00 PM | $317.49 | Dechert LLP
Bringing together startup and financial services professionals to discuss FinTech
Participants will hear from a wide range of speakers on such topics as:
- Trading Technologies
- Investment Management
- Social Investing
- Mobile Innovations
- Crowd Funding
- Venture Capital
- Bitcoin & Virtual Currencies
- Banking Innovation
- Alternative Technical Analytics
- Financial Modeling
11/9/13 | 9:00 AM | $20 | MongoDB
FINTECH HACKATHON NYC
Nov 9-10, 2013
Hosted at MongoDB
229 West 43rd Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10036
Tickets at http://fintechhackathon.eventbrite.com/
Cash prizes and giveaways; developers; designers; awesome entrepreneurs; beer and food
11/4/13 | 6:00 PM | $9.50 | Fried Frank - One New York Plaza
6:00pm – Networking opportunities
A buffet and refreshments will be provided courtesy of our Partners
7:00pm – Welcome address
Eddie George, Organiser, NewFinance
7:05pm – Presentations
Stuart H. Gelfond is a corporate partner resident in Fried Frank’s New York office. Stuart will examine recent changes to legislation and the opportunities that this presents to FinTech Entrepreneurs in the Crowdfunding space.
Greg Neufeld, Managing Partner & Founder, and Karl Antle, Managing Partner, at ValueStream Labs. Greg and Karl will explain how ValueStream Labs is using Crowdfunding to raise Capital for many of its own projects and investments. ValueStream Labs is a hybrid incubator and venture capital firm for FinTech entrepreneurs.
Sang Lee, CEO & Founder of Return on Change, an investment platform for high-impact startups providing deal making tools and connections to a pool of investors
- Refreshments Break -
8:30pm – Panel discussion
This will be an open question and answer session around Crowdfunding
9:00pm – Seminar ends
Closing address and Shout-outs
9:01pm – After-party drinks
You’re probably already aware that Title II of the JOBS Act, designed to open up more investment capabilities and stimulate the new startup economy, is now in effect. You’re now allowed to tell people that you’re raising money. This will open up the market for Crowdfunding sites to the benefit of Entrepreneurs looking to raise funding. With significant successes already in the Rewards segment, see Kickstarter, it seems likely that Crowdfunding sites, albeit providing a more complex process than rewards, will provide an essential funding option to many new businesses and ventures. This Seminar will explore the themes around this new opportunity.
10/19/13 | 8:30 AM | Free | Alley NYC, 500 7th Ave, 17A, New York, NY
The goal of the Mobile Payments Hackathon is to encourage the development of mobile payments technology and provide developers with the tools and inspiration they need to build awesome products that improve the payments industry.
The hackathon brings together designers and developers to build new products and leverage new mobile payment technology. Example applications include offline ticketing apps, uber-like models for home services and donations apps.
Attendees will spend a full day coding, completing their ideas and networking, and then will present their demo apps to a panel of mobile payment experts, including VC’s, executives and entrepreneurs. There will be food and drink provided.
9/30/13 | 6:30 PM | Free | Biergarten at the Standard Hotel
Please join us at 6:30pm on Monday September 30th at the Standard Biergarten for an industry happy hour featuring complementary Oktoberfest beers from VSL’s partners and sponsors.
For Free Admission:
1. Follow @FinTechNY and @FinTechHack on Twitter
2. Tweet “I’m going to Hacktoberfest on 9/30 at the Standard Biergarten with @FinTechNY and @FinTechHack”
The purpose of this event is to meet your peers in the developer and business communities as teams begin to form for the main FinTech Hackathon event in November. VSL’s partners will be on hand for some ad hoc brainstorming – so bring a whiteboard!
9/30/13 | 7:30 AM | By Invitation Only | Convene, 730 3rd Ave New York, NY
The Financial Technology Summit will help private equity investors, corporate strategy executives and others to better understand the areas of market-data infrastructure, pre-trade processing services and post-trade processing services. It will also provide outstanding networking opportunities for all attendees, including the opportunity for 1-on-1 sessions with most panelists.
9/26/13 | 5:00 PM | Free | Citigroup Center - 601 Lexington Avenue
Registration and networking (cocktails will be served)
Host introductions by Joseph F. Daniels, Partner, Loeb & Loeb LLP
Investor introduction by Greg Neufeld, Partner ValueStream Labs
Presenting companies – Estimize, ChartIQ, more TBA
Networking (cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served)
Presentations from successful financial technology startups, including Estimize, and ChartIQ and feedback from Jordan Bettman from Bain Capital Ventures, Josh Abramowitz of Deep Creek Capital and Ted Myerson of Triangle Ventures.
9/19/13 | 5:30 PM | $20 | Lee Hecht Harrison - MetLife at Grand Central, 26th Floor
Thursday, Sept 19, 2013
5:30 PM to 8:15 PM
Check-in: 5:30 – 6:00
Presentations: 6:00 – 7:00
Group Q&A: 7:00 – 7:30
Networking until 8:15 PM
The panel will approach the topic from three different angles. In order of speaking:
- an angel investor with a track record of investments in the financial services startup sector
- an accelerator founder whose operations focus solely on startups within the financial field, and
- a financial services startup owner whose firm has had a successful launch.
- Matt Harris, Managing Director, Bain Capital Ventures
- Greg Neufeld, Founder & Managing Partner, ValueStream Labs
- Leigh Drogen, Founder & CEO, Estimize
9/17/13 | 5:45 PM | Free | Bloomberg LP
A fireside chat with Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures. We’ll talk about the business of data, how startups can use data for differentiation and competitive advantage, and the importance of data-driven businesses to the NYC startup ecosystem.
“The next generation of financial data companies” (presentations and panel), with the CEOs of Estimize, Quandl, and Kensho.
Spotlight presentations by the CEOs of three visiting Paris-based Big Data startups: Yseop, Dataiku, and OpenDataSoft
- Fred Wilson
- Some of the hottest financial data startups around
- Post-event open bar at the Bloomberg mothership
8/14/13 | 6:45 PM | $15 | Microsoft
The August NYETM features demos from Inktank, Pymetrics, Bromium, and Quandora.
The NYETM fosters innovation in the NY enterprise technology ecosystem through promoting early stage technology companies, supporting entrepreneurs, educating companies on how to work with enterprises, and creating an environment where entrepreneurs, investors, and businesses can all network and learn from one another.
8/13/13 | 4:00 PM | $15 | Standard Biergarten
We had so much fun last month, so we want to do it again! Meet us at the Standard Biergarten (private Garden Room) on Tuesday, August 13th at 6:30PM. The Garden Room is toward the back of the venue.
Event sponsors will be wearing their corporate logos and handing out drink tickets to all attendees.
Information about pre-event demos and office hours from 4-6pm:
- From 4-6pm, we’ll once again have FinTech and Enterprise Tech companies holding office hours or demoing their product to individuals and small groups.
- All ticket holders are eligible to attend demos from 4-6pm on a first-come first-serve basis.
- Detailed information and a list of companies demoing and holding office hours will be emailed to attendees prior to the event.
- Sign up to demo and hold office hours here – vstrm.com/meetpackingdemos
8/8/13 | 6:30 PM | $30 | Microsoft
Ultra Light Startups brings together the world’s most innovative technology entrepreneurs, in monthly events and accompanying online communities. Events feature pitching, networking and interactive, moderated panel discussions with leading industry experts.
- Use discount code “valuestream” for 50% off your ticket (limited supplies)
7/16/13 | 4:00 PM | $10 | Standard Biergarten
We had so much fun last month, let’s do it again!
Startup Demos / Office Hours from 4-6PM (free but space is limited, must be a FinTech or Enterprise Tech company to demo or hold office hours)
Beers and Brats from 6PM onwards ($10 and party with us all night)
Community Hosts: ValueStream Labs, The FinTech Hackathon, NY FinTech Startups
Event Sponsors: TriNet, Michelman & Robinson LLP, Alchemy50
Media Partners: Players2Fans, Enterprise Tech, NY Enterprise Technology Meet Up, Casual Corp, Ultra Light Startups, Work-Bench
$10 in advance
$16 at the door
6/13/13 | 6:00 PM | No cost | Standard Biergarten
In conjunction with the team from FinTechHack and PayPerks
- Meet the ValueStream Team and some of the best entrepreneurs and talent in FinTech that NYC has to offer
- We’re buying a round of drinks (studies show that people like bars and free drinks)
6/5/13 | 8:30 AM | $35 | Jersey City, NJ
- Meet many of the top venture investors in FinTech (Edison Ventures, Susquehanna Growth Equity, NewSpring Capital, Triangle Ventures, and more)
- We have secured an amazing discount for friends of ValueStream Labs – Register ASAP for only $35 tickets (normally $300)