Take That to the Banks

Take That to the Banks!

The last few weeks have been a hectic time for bankers with events across the globe and we have been working with Global Finance magazine to make sure their conference and awards programmes remain at the heart of the action.

Global Finance magazine used industry get-together SIBOS in Geneva to run their Transaction Processing Awards 2016 event, and the annual meeting of the IMF and World Bank Group in Washington D.C. to present their World’s Best Bank Awards 2016. The third, and largest, of their events was held in London last week, focusing on the fast-moving subject of digital banking.

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Global Finance got us involved to produce more engaging content and better tie their branding to the first two events, which have run for several years. We developed and delivered the events remotely with contacts on the ground in both Geneva and Washington helping us to ensure they ran as smoothly as if we were in the room. Audience and client alike were full of praise.

Along with producing screen content, surface graphics and event collateral, we provided advice to Global Finance about how to take their events to the next level.

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Following the success of Global Finances first Digital Banking conference which we produced in 2015, the 2016 event saw a 30% increase in attendees, a breath-taking new venue (The Royal Society of Arts) and the conference is now positioned as the most relevant event for those involved in digital banking.
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The conference precedes the Best Digital Bank Awards ceremony and dinner – an event which has been running for 17 years. We have been working with Global Finance to produce both the conference and awards elements, ensuring the event delivers value for their brand and the audience.

Early feedback from attendees suggest that Global Finance is now hitting the right notes to make 2017’s series of events more prestigious and important for forward-thinking bankers.