This event took place on July 14, 2022. Click here to read the article adapted from this discussion.
Attracting and retaining tech talent is top of mind for banks, financial services companies, and other leading Charlotte businesses. The city’s huge banking sector has helped lay the foundation in particular for jobs in financial technology, or fintech – and yet the labor market is competitive and turnover is high. How can Charlotte continue building (and growing) a tech ecosystem that benefits multiple industries and further establishes Charlotte as a tech innovation hub?
- What are companies doing to innovate?
- How are businesses across multiple industries attracting and retaining talent in a hybrid work environment?
- What is drawing companies (and tech talent) to Charlotte and how do business leaders position themselves to benefit from the tech wave?
Womble Bond Dickinson hosted a discussion on these important topics on July 14th. The event began with a brief networking reception, followed by an interactive panel session with Q&A. During the program, guests enjoyed a summer-inspired dinner with wine pairings (or mocktails).
5:00–5:45 pm | Networking Reception
5:45–7:00 pm | Panel Discussion over Dinner
- Tracy Kerrins – CIO, Wells Fargo
- Mike Marr – Managing Director & Chief Compliance Officer, Fintag Holdings, Inc.
- Jill Olmstead – Chief Human Resources Officer, LendingTree
- Angelic Gibson – Chief Information Officer, AvidXchange
- John Moschandreas – EVP & Deputy General Counsel, Technology, Privacy and Procurement, Truist
This event was part of Womble Bond Dickinson’s thought leadership series entitled What the Tech? Decoding Friend or Foe in the Digital Age which takes a closer look at the disruptive technologies impacting almost every sector and the challenges and opportunities they present for today’s business leaders.