The year 2018 has come to end and we all are ready to welcome 2019 with new hopes, innovations and initiatives. While stepping into the New Year let’s take a look at the most loved initiatives by our readers and stakeholders:
Magnifying the significance of emerging technologies in the Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) sector, we organised 2nd BFSI Cloud & Security Summit in Mumbai on 22 February, 2018.
For highlighting the role of Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs) as the emerging leaders of the BFSI sector, we organised 3rd NBFC100 Tech Summit, New Delhi on 27 April, 2018.
In a bid to explore the financial landscape of South India, we decided to organize 4th NBFC100 Tech Summit, Hyderabad on 13 June 2018.
August 2018 was dedicated to our two day premier networking and residential conference 3rd BFSI CTO Summit, Goa. This conclave congregated CxOs from across the banking and financial sector.
In November 2018, NBFC100 Tech series travelled to the financial capital of the country Mumbai. This conclave focused on the rising significance of NBFCs and the growing implementation of technologies in them.
In 2018, our conferences witnessed the participation of over 200 speakers, more than 80 partners and over 800 delegates.
In 2018, we published five magazines focusing on several vital topics pertaining to the banking and financial sector. While the September-October Issue focused on India’s Top 50 NBFCs’ Ranking 2018, September-October Issue elaborated the role of Chief Technology Officers.
Our May-June Issue was focused on the BFSI landscape of South India and March-April Issue was dedicated to “India’s Inspiring Leaders”, an initiative to highlight the role of trendsetters.
January-February Issue was focused on emerging technologies such as cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence and lot more.
The appreciation of our stakeholders was not just limited to our conferences and magazines, our portal received a lot of acknowledgment.
India’s Top 50 NBFCs’ Ranking 2018 was the most viewed post on 2018 and a lot of our guest columns also remained as the top favourites around the year.
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