I have been honored to have so many incredible guests as part of Tech Tuesday this year and looking back through the episodes to see which ones embodied 2020 while shedding light into 2021 was no easy task but, without further ado, please find my favorite episodes of 2020 that will lead us nicely into 2021. Which one was your favorite? Any key topics I missed this year? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
#TechTuesday Highlight #81: The Best of Tech Tuesday 2020
Data : Why Quality Is Better Than Quantity with Sanjib Kalita
As the world was shifting full force into digital, there wasn’t a conversation had around banking and financial services this year that didn’t explore the impact of data. Sanjib and I have been discussing this topic for years but this year is more relevant than ever.
Community Banking in 2020 with Jill Castilla
Community banks are at the heart of America and there may have never been a year quite as impactful as 2020 for community banks to show us what they were made of, especially around PPP. Jill and I had a great chat about this and Jill shared more about the role community banks play in the future.
The Shifting World of E-commerce with Tracey Milligan
The buy now pay layer concept came back in full force this year and if ever there was a shift in e-commerce, this was the year. Tracey had many interesting points on the subject that she shared during our chat.
The Consolidation of Financial Services with Ramona Ortega
Neobanks and other major fintech players won a lot of the year and many are starting to expand beyond their primary services. This consolidation trend is something Ramona and I spoke about in the beginning of the year and will certainly continue into 2021.
The Remote Employee & The Future of Hiring with Ashish Kaushal
Never has the concept of the remote employee been more relevant than in 2020. With many shifting dynamics most notably a majority of the population now working from home, Ashish and I sat down to discuss how employers should think about the talent of the future and how best to prepare for this new world.
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