Trade Conferences International TCI continually grows and adapts; we are committed to organising the most up-to-date conferences, with accompanying exhibitions, with upstream topics and high-quality speakers.
TCI’s events are the space where leaders and decision-makers in their industry converge to network and exchange strategies and visions for moving forward. Having presence as an exhibitor or sponsor at TCI’s events allows you several networking opportunities, to be in direct contact, with high profile delegates and speakers.
Partner with TCI at one of our industry events:
increase brand awareness,
attain sales leads,
get exposure amongst targeted audiences
be ranked as a leader in your field, committed to the advancement of the industry
penetrate and position yourself as an active player in the industry
Registered as the preferred conference organiser to all major Southern African banks and financial institutions for the past sixteen years, TCI has successfully hosted more than 350 national events.
Since its inception, TCI has hosted events that address global issuesaffecting and effecting the Southern Africa marketplacefor banking, finance-technology, marketing and IT industries-professionals.
Event sponsorship allows companies the opportunity to achieve business goals, such as receiving recognition or increasing brand awareness and creating a quality dialogue between a brand and its potential customers, because they are present at their client-base’s actual space of interest.
Here’s what’s on the menu with TCI’s summer sizzlers:
Date: 19 & 20 March 2019 Venue: Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg First conference on third party risk management to be staged in South Africa
Third party relationships come with a host of risks including reputational, strategic, regulatory and financial, with data technology and cyber threats also threatening to disrupt vendor-relationships.
Attend this conference to get equipped with the ultimate best practices in managing third party risk for improved operational efficiency, technological improvements, competitive edge and increased profitability. Click here to find out more
Date: 5 & 6 June 2019 Venue: Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg
With the changing role of data and analytics in the banking environment financial service providers’ focus has turned to harnessing the power of the digital revolution. Attend the Evolution of Data Analytics in Banking Conference 2019 to get equipped with the tools for building consumers’ trust with data-driven solutions, and empowering banking operations to evolve into a digital millennium. Click here to find out more
Date: 22 – 24 May 2019 Venue: Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg Simplifying regulatory changes and improving Debt Collection strategies with technology
The scope of this years’ Debt Collection Conference’s programme has been broadened to incorporate more focus on technology, collection strategies, new regulations as well as customer engagement and data management. The agenda also uncovers major developments and challenges that can be expected in the near future.
Michandre Van Niekerk – Senior Project Manager at Trade Conferences International – said our Debt Collection Conference has attracted over 350 attendees and 20 exhibiting companies in the last three years. This year’s conference will also include a morning workshop on the 17th of May and the event is sure to attract the same number of professional as last year.
Apart from debt and credit professionals from all over the world sharing their know-how, experiences and insights with high powered delegates, attending will also create an excellent opportunity for networking. Personnel from banks, financial institutions, and debt collection agencies, telecommunication companies, and attorneys, debt and credit industries respectively should be attending this event. Click here to find out more
Date: 29 & 30 May 2019 Venue: Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg Artificial Intelligence (AI) – and its growing impact on and applicability for individuals and businesses alike- is one of today’s most widely discussed topics.
The number of consumers using virtual assistants worldwide is expected to exceed one billion in 2018. Additionally, a 2018 survey by Accenture projected that 37 percent of U.S. consumers will own a digital voice assistant (DVA) device by the end of 2018.
The future role of AI in banking is clear – no bank or financial institution while being able to survive without any technological improvements – and on top of the list is AI, machine learning and robotics.
Having a high-level understanding of the goals big banks are looking to achieve with AI – including customer-service automation, personalization, improved security, process optimization and pattern recognition – hopefully, provides food for thought and inspiration for digital entrepreneurs attracted to the fintech space.
The fintech revolution is still in its infancy, but alongside AI, it has already had a substantial impact on the way traditional banks do business. This presents digital entrepreneurs and investors with a myriad of opportunities for improvement.
The Artificial Intelligence Conference in financial services will feature a programme of excellent topics specifically aimed at the financial industry, top class speakers and great networking opportunities.
TCI offers sponsoring & exhibiting companies the perfect platform to increase awareness, sales leads, exposure, as well as renown as a leader dedicated to the advancement of the industry.
If you would like to inquire about exhibiting or sponsoring at any of our events, or would your organisation would like to have representation at any of these or our upcoming events, contact Marketing and Coordination Manager Jason Joseph for more information!
With it becoming more and more difficult for businesses to get heard or noticed in the today’s white- noise consumed environment, potential new and existing clientbases are bombarded with multiple intrusive marketing messages on a daily basis. The effectiveness of traditional push-advertising is slowly declining, with so many service providers shouting over each other to be heard.
Keep your eyes peeled for our other events coming up later this year:
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