Adlumin’s Journey to ICBA LIVE 2020
Home to Disney World, Universal Studios and Daytona Beach, this year’s ICBA LIVE destination of Orlando, FL will help set the tone for the bright future ahead in community banking. Adlumin, alongside other industry experts, is heading to the sunshine state next week for ICBA’s annual conference. Don’t miss CEO and President, Robert Johnston, during the “ThinkTECH the Year After” panel to learn more about Adlumin’s growth over the last year and what’s in store for the new decade.
What is ICBA LIVE?
ICBA LIVE is an annual conference hosted by Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA), which aims to connect and celebrate the community banking industry. ICBA LIVE 2020 will span over a five-day period from Mar. 8-12, giving attendees the opportunity to network amongst peers and industry leaders. This year’s conference includes an expo, a variety of educational learning labs, a silent auction, a keynote address, and more.
The ICBA LIVE EXPO is the largest showcase of technology, marketing, fintech, lending, and payment solutions for community banks. Attendees are encouraged to explore and engage with more than 200 exhibitors, including Adlumin, who offer innovative products and services for steamlining operations, increasing productivity and profitability, and enhancing customer experience. The Expo will also include entertainment such as games, interactive activities and prize drawings. Overall, the Expo will focus on ICBA’s three main pillars:
- Advocacy: Attendees will be able to meet with members of ICBA’s Regulatory Team to learn more about how ICBA is leveraging the voice of community bankers and delivering a powerful message to policymakers.
- Education: Attendees can engage with ICBA’s professional development experts at Community Banker University® and learn to nurture the talent in their bank through timely, engaging, and accredited education.
- Innovation: Attendees can speak with profitable consultants of ICBA for recommendations on how to increase bank revenue and lower expenses.