Is Your Glass Half Full of Half Empty? – How You Tell Your Story Matters

October 17, 2019

Our experiences and backgrounds impact how we view the world as well as communicate what we see. This brings a unique voice, but it also expectations and biases, some which can detract from goals. Whether seeking sales, resources, investment or a relationship, self-awareness and creativity can help you be a more effective communicator.


4 Essential Trends in Money for your Customers

October 11, 2019

Changes in financial services and money will impact how you should think about your customers. Transparency and simplicity are two trends that consumers seek when selecting products. Businesses should also be mindful of how easily trust can be lost through bad or negligent behavior, as well as other threats from new business models and competitors.


4 Essential Trends in Money for your Business

October 8, 2019

Changes in financial services and money will impact how you should think about and run your business. Businesses should think about their offerings in the context of platforms, as well as the data they create. Digital identities, used to identify and track customers, as well as context, are critical to create user experiences which can drive new customer growth as well as loyalty.


Commercial Models, Value Chains, M&A Activity: Music to My Ears

October 1, 2019

Much like the music industry, over the past two decades, the financial services industry is changing in major ways. Long-standing business models, value chains and companies are being replaced by new ones. This represents an opportunity for companies to transform for the new world through M&A, new products or partnerships.


Sanjib Kalita

Sanjib Kalita is Editor in Chief of Money20/20, a business he helped grow from startup to the world’s leading series of events focused on the future of money.  He is also CEO of Guppy, a company creating and operating a distributed ledger for consumer credit data. A fintech leader for over two decades, he has worked for large organizations like Google, Intel and Citi as well several startups with successful exits. Sanjib has an M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management, as well as Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University.