Capitalizing on the success of their recent executive summit in Washington D.C., NEXT Mortgage Events and Housing Finance Strategies announced #NEXTDC20, their second annual event to be held shortly after the November 2020 election in Washington, D.C.
Partnership to host second event in Washington, D.C. after presidential election in November 2020
WASHINGTON, D.C. /Mortgage and Finance News/ — Capitalizing on the success of their recent executive summit in Washington D.C., NEXT Mortgage Events and Housing Finance Strategies announced #NEXTDC20, their second annual event to be held shortly after the November 2020 election in Washington, D.C.
The #NEXTDC event series consists of annual executive summits that focus on delivering housing, policy and tech intel to women executives. Each event brings together the most influential housing policy leaders, mortgage lenders and fintech firms in an intimate, boutique setting to share intel, exchange ideas, and build and strengthen alliances with top executives from each of these overlapping segments. #NEXTDC events are produced in partnership by NEXT Mortgage Events and Housing Finance Strategies.
The inaugural #NEXTDC event was held on November 18-19, 2019 at the Kimpton Hotel Monaco in Washington, D.C.
“Executives in all three segments-policy, mortgage lending and fintech-raved about the value they got from meeting both peers and constituents at our inaugural event,” said Faith Schwartz, founder of Housing Finance Strategies. “They were urging us to host an event in 2020 because in addition to quality intel, they got access to a cross-segment mix of high caliber influencers they can’t find anywhere else.”
“The numbers speak for themselves,” said Jeri Yoshida, co-founder of NEXT. “#NEXTDC19 exceeded our goals and expectations in feedback, quality and reach. We’re looking forward to making #NEXTDC20 even better than our wildly successful 2019 event.”
“With our post-election timing for #NEXTDC20, we anticipate an even better turnout than we saw for our first #NEXTDC event,” said Molly Dowdy, co-founder of NEXT. “We’re already planning ways to maximize the exchange of ideas, solutions and partnerships.”
Persons interested in keeping apprised of #NEXTDC20 sessions, speakers and other information can follow NEXT Mortgage Events on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.
About NEXT Mortgage Events LLC
In January 2018, NEXT Mortgage Events broke the mortgage industry’s unspoken barriers that limit women’s access to competitive intel and information exchange by introducing NEXT, the mortgage technology summit for women. NEXT is a two-day, tech-focused symposium for senior lending executives to gather and exchange competitive intel with their high-ranking professional peers. A boutique gathering, each NEXT event hosts roughly 200 attendees. Roughly 85-90% of lender attendees hold a title of VP or higher and approximately 85% of attendees are women. NEXT hosts its flagship events twice a year, in winter and summer, and partners with Housing Finance Strategies on a policy and fintech summit in Washington DC each fall.
For more information visit NEXTMortgageNews.com, follow @NEXTmtgEvents or email info@NEXTmortgageEvents.com.
About Housing Finance Strategies
Housing Finance Strategies is a small woman-owned business founded in 2016 to provide Strategic Advisory Services, Government and Industry Relations, Public Policy Expertise, Roundtable and Event Management and Professional Speaking Services. The firm brings 25+ years of expertise to the forefront of mortgage, including leading fintech change, advising on GSE reform and ensuring non-bank readiness for regulatory oversight.
For more information, visit http://www.housingfinancestrategies.com/, follow @HousingFinanceStrategies or email email@example.com.
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