Round 1: Submissions accepted through February, 8, 2019. Speakers announced March 1, 2019.
Round 2: Submissions accepted March 1-20, 2019. Speakers announced April 1, 2019.
Round 3: Submissions accepted April 1-20, 2019. Any remaining speaker slots will be filled and the final speaker announcement will be made in May.
Our attendees want to learn how to create better content, how to get that content in front of the right people, and how to profit from their efforts. They also want to learn what’s new and cutting edge in personal finance and investing space.
Read the information above to see the 11 different tracks / session types we offer and the types of information our attendees are looking for. If you're just discovering us or if you simply need a refresher, it's probably a good idea to read more about our attendees.
For your submission to be considered, you will need to provide your compelling session title, session description with takeaways, a complete list of panelists (if applicable), bio, URL link to headshot, and basic contact info. No partial submissions will be accepted.
Please read and understand our full terms for speaking at FinCon, which are provided at the beginning of the application. Those include (but are not limited to) the following: You agree to attend the speaker mixer and participate in a mentoring session; no compensation other than pass or pass discount.
When you’re ready, submit your session details using the link below and wait for the FinCon team to evaluate your submission. If you’re submitting a panel, instruct your panelists to submit via the same link, including the same session title. We’ll let you know if we’ve accepted or declined your proposal, within the submission/announcement dates outlined at the top of this page.