TSAM is pitched as an event for senior decision makers from the world’s most innovative and forward-thinking asset managers globally. That’s why on June 21st 2017, Kurtosys are excited to be exhibiting at the event in New York at the Marriott Marquis, 1535 Broadway.
We’ve been to TSAM before, in London, New York and Boston. It’s one of those rare industry events where like-minded folks from asset management get a chance to get together. It’s great to see on the agenda that there is a discussion around the theme of millennial clients (something we’ve covered a lot at Kurtosys) and how to improve communications with them in mind.
For more details and the full agendas visit www.tsamnewyork.com
Five reasons to attend TSAM New York
1. Make your own agenda to suit your interests
Choose from five conference themes: Client Reporting & Communications, Data Management, Marketing & Sales Communications, Performance Measurement & Investment Risk and Technology & Operational Strategy.
2. Interactive sessions
Join interactive brainstorming groups – discuss news, views and recent trends in the asset management industry.
3. Seek out the latest tech
Meet some vendors and see what tech they are offering. Events are one of the best places to see what’s on offer, especially in digital marketing and automation.
4. CMO got a free t-shirt from Kurtosys. You won’t believe what happened next!
Come visit the Kurtosys Booth for a free t-shirt. That’s right, in the theme of the clickbait title of this article, we’ve gone the extra mile and made some t-shirts for your amusement. We have all the sizes – drop by our booth and grab one!
5. The networking party
A great chance to continue networking and discuss the event over a drink or three. 🍸
We hope to see you at TSAM New York if you’re attending.
This week we’re also sponsoring the Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit in Toronto, Canada. If you happen to be there, come visit our stand 😀
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