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BAI Retail Delivery Conference & Expo
Showcasing your products and services at BAI Retail Delivery, the industry’s most comprehensive and global event, is a powerful way to reach the financial services industry and reach global leaders who are looking for solutions for their ever-changing business.
BAI Conference Executive Sessions
BAI Conference Executive Sessions are approximately three hours in length, and are held before, during or after a BAI conference. Subject to final conference design, solutions providers who sponsor these sessions will have the opportunity to engage senior retail bankers, managers, and/or executives who are attending the conference. The 3-hour sessions include a formal presentation and/or peer discussion.
BAI Executive Matchmaking Forums
BAI Executive Matchmaking Forums attract 25-35 retail banking executives (VP+) who come together to hear and share insights around a key industry issue, such as branch transformation, or new ways to leverage business intelligence and analytics. The day includes formal presentations and peer group discussions. In addition, solutions providers that sponsor these programs have the opportunity to meet with a pre-specified number of Matchmaking Forum participants (12-16) who have pre-selected the sponsor for 30 minute, one-on-one meetings.
BAI Executive Roundtables
BAI Executive Roundtables are one-day, intimate and highly interactive events held in Chicago for 8-15 senior bank executives (SVP+) from organizations with asset sizes of $10 billion+. The day consists of presentations, small group discussions and facilitated dialogue that is focused around a functional segment or industry issue. Solutions Providers who exclusively sponsor these events will have a unique opportunity to engage in this true executive peer group while building and fostering relationships with key executives.
BAI Banking Strategies Executive Reports
A series of digital Executive Reports will be published throughout 2014. Exclusively sponsor one or more Executive Reports by providing articles, advertorials and advertising, alongside BAI thought leadership content.
BAI Banking Strategies Featured Innovations of the Month
Showcase your thought leadership by featuring your whitepaper, case study or research report front and center across BAI’s online channels. Your whitepaper, case study or research report will be one of only four featured for the month.
BAI Banking Strategies Sponsored eBooks
Showcase your thought leadership, latest product innovations, case studies, research findings, corporate collateral and other relevant information with an educational, content-rich, digital eBook.
BAI Banking Strategies Webinars
Center stage is yours when you partner with BAI Banking Strategies to deliver your company’s message through a 60-minute Webinar. You’ll reach key financial services prospects and customers in an engaging and interactive way.
BAI Payments Connect Conference & Expo
Attendees at BAI Payments Connect are looking to drive revenue and stay relevant in a changing payments landscape. By exhibiting or sponsoring at this event, you’ll showcase your products and solutions to help them achieve these important goals.
BAI Access Plus Sponsorship Program
With BAI Access Plus, you can build and maintain awareness with retail banking executives in a variety of ways throughout the year. This expanded sponsorship program is designed specifically for solutions providers.

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