When

Tuesday, October 8th 2019, 

08:45 – 17:00 (Drinks till 19:00)  

Where

etc.venues County Hall, Riverside Building,

Belvedere Rd, Lambeth,

London SE1 7PB

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Cost

£595 +VAT

£295 +VAT for advisers & start-ups 

Now in its 4th year, this year’s Boring Money Annual Conference will explore how customers have morphed from passive recipients to active shapers of content and products.

We’ll look at the science of ratings, reviews and likes; we’ll dig into customer-generated products; bring you the latest in what customers like and expect; and showcase what good looks like as direct investing evolves.

 

Full agenda                 Pay by card    

What did past delegates think?


'As always it was insightful, excellent (and new) speakers talking about things we should care about as an industry.'


'As ever it was another excellent BM event with a great mix of thought provoking insights.'


'Great set & mix of speakers - NOT boring!'


'Different topics than usual FS conferences. Not just the industry talking to the industry.'


'Loved the variety of speakers from all the different backgrounds and industries - especially psychology & research'


'Bringing external, non-financial experts is super interesting and valuable - these are people we don't usually get access to.'

Our 2019 speakers include: 


Nathalie Nahai, Author of Webs Of Influence

Richard Cook, Online Community Manager at Monzo Bank

Viktor Nebehaj, CMO of Freetrade

Jane Brady, Head of Client Solutions at Mumsnet

Ross Dalzell, Head of Digital Investment Platforms at Barclays

Andy Masters, Partner at Deloitte

Oliver Lewis, Managing Director of The Fifth

Jess Markwood, Content & Strategy Director of The Fifth


Sven Hughes, Founder of Verbalisation

Andrew McMillan, Former Head of Customer Service at John Lewis

Caroline Hughes, Co-Founder of Lifetise

Tim Jablonski, Product Director at EValue

Dr Clea Bourne, Senior Lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London

Cameron Bourne, Head Of Partnerships at The Big Exchange

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