Typical Month: October
Typical Location: Las Vegas, NV
Estimated Number of Booths: 500+
Conference Hashtag: #money2020
The 2019 Money 20/20 USA conference will return to The Venetian in Las Vegas from October 27-30. This is the largest event covering payments and financial services innovation. The multi-track conference and exhibition hosts over 11,000 attendees, of which over 1,700 are CEOs, 450 are speakers, from over 4,500 companies and 85 countries.
Money 20/20 is a great event to discover new trends within the payment industry and connect with like-minded professionals. With a trade show this large, sponsors and exhibitors will also have an excellent opportunity to connect with prospective eCommerce leads at the event. List Genius is a great tool to take advantage of in preparation for the trade show.
While the 2019 agenda and keynotes have not been finalized, attendees can expect the conference to be broken down into track sessions, keynotes, panel discussions, and networking opportunities. Last year, sessions were assigned to 20 different tracks. Each track has a number of sessions whose topics all pertain to the track subject, allowing attendees to customize the conference based on what they need to grow their companies. A few of last year’s track subjects included:
Money 20/20 delivers the 4 most productive days on the industry calendar. With the biggest exhibit hall, greatest networking opportunities and largest speaker roster, Money 20/20 delivers an exemplary experience highlighting the boldest and the best of the industry.
Stay tuned for more information about the upcoming Money 20/20 USA 2019 event.
The list is a mile long of places to stay in Las Vegas, so you have many hotels to choose from. The Money 20/20 conference is being held in The Venetian, and attendees are able to stay there. If that one is not to your liking, here are a couple of options that are close to the conference venue.
Wynn Las Vegas (0.6 mi) – This upscale hotel is perfect for you if you have sophisticated and discerning taste. It is more expensive than other hotels on the Strip, but it is worth it.
The Mirage (0.3 mi) – This hotel and casino is less than half a mile from the venue and has lots of things to do and see. There are shows, concerts, and other events every night, and you can also see dolphins, white tigers, white lions, and leopards right onsite.
Caesars Palace (0.5 mi) – If you like to shop, Caesars may be the place for you. The hotel is just half a mile from the venue and it is home to the Forum Shops, upscale stores and boutiques, where you are sure to find whatever you are looking for.
When you’re in Las Vegas part of the fun is in exploring the Strip. Here are a few places you’ll want to check out during your downtime.
CUT Las Vegas ($$$$) – This critically-acclaimed, upscale, Wolfgang Puck restaurant and bar will satisfy any craving for an amazing steak or a creative cocktail. It’s a great place to have an excellent dinner after a day at the conference, or you can step into the adjacent lounge and unwind.
Table 10 ($$$$) – Emeril Lagasse’s Table 10 offers guests world-class food in a casual dining atmosphere. For a unique look into the hustle and bustle of the restaurant world, Table 10’s Food Bar allows you to see the grill stations and kitchen while you dine.
Rhumbar ($$$) – Nationally recognized as one of the best places to have a cocktail in Las Vegas, Rhumbar’s bar and cigar lounge is inspired by the feel of the Caribbean. Located near the entrance to the Mirage, it’s just a short walk from the conference venue.
October is the perfect time to visit Las Vegas. Typical high temperatures during the dates of the conference are in the upper 70s, and the lows in the mid-50s. There is little to no chance of rain, and the humidity is low. It really doesn’t get any better.
The easiest way to get around Las Vegas Blvd., otherwise known as the Strip, is on foot. Most of the hotel-casinos are within walking distance of one another, and you can get to and from them quickly by walking. However, if you plan to visit many of the hotels and don’t want to wear out your feet, you may want to rent a car (there is free valet parking at all of the hotels), or take a taxi
There is a lot to see and do in Las Vegas, most of it on the Strip. You will undoubtedly have fun people-watching. If you are looking for something different to do, give these spots a try:
Stratosphere Observation Deck – This 1,149-foot-tall Tower is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the country. You can see all of Sin City from the indoor and outdoor observation decks.
Fremont Street Experience –Visit this pedestrian mall in downtown Las Vegas, for a Vegas experience away from Las Vegas Blvd. There is shopping, gambling, and other attractions to enjoy.
The Mob Museum – See the history of organized crime in this interactive museum dedicated to the true crime stories of the Mob from its inception until now.
The Neon Museum – Explore the history of Las Vegas through the retired neon signs. It’s best to take a tour at night when the lights are lit up.
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