New York (PRWEB) December 19, 2008 -
The leading event for financial marketers, Net.Finance welcomes over 300 top executives to debate the heightened challenges of acquiring, retaining and engaging customers in an uncertain economy. More importantly, this forum encourages executives to share cutting-edge best practices and exchange ideas in improving strategic marketing and online banking.
Worldwide Business Research today unveiled the agenda for its 6th annual national summit, to be held this April 20th-23rd in Las Vegas, NV. With the industry experiencing tighter budgets than ever before, this year's key theme will be focusing on getting your online marketing efforts right to provide better customer service and improved customer experience. With online banking increasingly being the channel-of-choice, all online strategies are critical to building trust, strengthening customer loyalty and improving engagement.
As Kevin Lynch, SVP eCommerce from 1st Mariner puts it -
"In a tight economy, this is the event that I will budget for in 2009. Great interactive environment with thought leaders in the industry!"
Net.Finance 2009 focuses on:
- How to maintain and defend online budgets in today's tough economy
- Sending the right message to the customers to drive loyalty
- Focusing the best marketing efforts in improving the online customer experience
- Gearing up for the next banking channel - Mobile
Over 40 Financial Institution leaders will share thoughtful and creative ideas to drive stronger acquisition and loyalty strategies:
- Steven Kietz, Chief Executive Officer/ EVP, Mobile Money Ventures LLC/ Citigroup
- Brandon McGee, Vice President, Mobile Banking, Huntington Bank
- Robert McIsaac, FLMI, LLIF, Group VP & CIO, First Citizens Bank
- Catherine Muriel, Chief Marketing Officer, Prosper
- Mark Middlebrook, Senior Vice President, Client Experience, City National Bank
- Plus! An industry outlook and keynote address from Market Watch analyst, David Weidner
For registration and Summit information, visit: http://www.netfinanceus.com or call 1.888.482.6012.