#SABEWNYC18 will bring to the stage industry leaders on the cutting edge of issues including cybersecurity and data breach trends, the economic impact of working longer, the market and economy following midterm elections, the financial blog revolution, financial skills training and how to build an audience in a post-cable world. The day-long conference on Oct. 25 closes with a networking reception featuring sweeping views of the city from Reuters Times Square office.
Industry leaders from The Associated Press, Bloomberg News, Charles Schwab & Co., Cheddar, Investopedia, MarketWatch, NPR, NEFE, ProPublica, Reuters, Uber, The Wall Street Journal and more will share their insights at SABEWNYC18.
Steve Adler from Reuters, Sally Buzbee from The Associated Press, John Micklethwait from Bloomberg News and Pallavi Gogoi from NPR will discuss their views of the State of the Industry and the Future of News during the lunch program.
SABEWs fall 2018 conference brings together leaders of the biggest newsrooms, personal finance experts who are showing off new ways of working smarter and longer and business news influencers who have reshaped our industry from the outside in. Its the only gathering of professional business news journalists and students that packs this kind of learning and networking into one amazing day, said conference chair Caleb Silver with Investopedia.
Registration rates are $129 for students, $199 for members and $229 for nonmembers. Register at https://sabew.org/sabewnyc18/.
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The SABEWNYC conference schedule was coordinated in partnership with NEFE, the National Endowment for Financial Education, and is hosted by Reuters.
SABEW encourages comprehensive reporting of economic events without fear or favoritism, and upgrades the skills and knowledge of business journalists through continuous professional development and educational efforts.
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