Track 2: Business Strategies that Work

To advance the idea of financial health, leaders are employing smart design principles; there is power in learning from others’ experiences. Join the discussion to learn from individuals and companies that are actively engaged in a financial health strategy.

2:00 — 2:45 PM

Breakout: The Financial Lives of Rural Americans

2:00 — 2:45 PM

Breakout: The Financial Lives of Rural Americans

As the 2016 Presidential election revealed, there’s a broad section of America outside urban centers that is grappling daily with economic questions around work, social safety nets, and threats to their well-being. What do their financial lives actually look like, and what can be done to improve their access and experience?

3:00 — 3:45 PM

Breakout: Meeting Consumer Demand through Smart Account Design

3:00 — 3:45 PM

Breakout: Meeting Consumer Demand through Smart Account Design

Smart companies are pushing boundaries by offering products and services that blur traditional product lines. The result is an integrated set of options that people can use to spend, save, borrow, and plan. How are providers designing checking, savings, prepaid, and automated planning tools that enable customers to thrive — and that beat their competition’s offerings?  Hear from visionaries at the forefront of next generation account services about what it means for struggling Americans.

4:00 — 4:45 PM

Breakout: From Gecko to Goldmine: InsurTech’s Big Consumer Resilience Opportunity

4:00 — 4:45 PM

Breakout: From Gecko to Goldmine: InsurTech’s Big Consumer Resilience Opportunity

The insurance marketplace is being disrupted by mobile technology, direct-to-consumer outreach, and new insurtech entrants. But what does this mean for the finserv marketplace—and for struggling consumers? Join us for a lively discussion about how providers of all types can offer consumers sound solutions and innovative new tools for coping with financial shocks.

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