MARKETPLACE RISK MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE
You already get that every business has risk. And you probably understand that both identifying and mitigating risk can mean the difference between success and failure. This is especially true for new and innovative, technology-driven startups. But with so much information out there, where do you start?
As the first and only conference focused on risk management and legal strategy for marketplace startups, the industry has turned to the Marketplace Risk Management Conference because it’s the most comprehensive source of information, education and networking, including for the sharing, gig, on-demand, peer-to-peer and collaborative economy. The next Marketplace Risk Management conference is May 18-19, 2020, in San Francisco, California, USA.
Led by subject matter experts, top academics and industry leading peers, our solutions-focused conference covers a wide range of disciplines. That’s why it attracts over 100 speakers – and
hundreds of attendees return year after year to learn strategies and tactics tested and vetted
through real-world applications and experiences across the entire marketplace startup ecosystem.
And because it’s a fast-moving – and constantly evolving – industry, we keep on top of the latest developments so you don’t have to.
So, what’s covered? We offer you over 50 sessions of useful and practical subject matter for your entire organization, from investors, founders, executives, lawyers and operators, to developers, data analysts and customer success representatives. No marketplace stone is unturned – from risk management, trust & safety, digital identity & screening, payments & fraud, compliance, regulatory & insurance – to crisis management & communications and product & technology innovation. We've got you covered. And, the best part is that we pack it all into one day - so that means less time away from doing what you do best - building and growing your marketplace startup!
If you’re not involved yet, it’s time to be part of the conference that has become essential for marketplace startups at all stages, investors of all sizes, and industry leading marketplace startups
in the sharing, gig, on-demand, peer-to-peer and collaborative economy – as well as the vendors, service providers and partners that they have all come to rely on.