Convince Your Boss
FinNext 2019 is your opportunity to gain practical knowledge, discover innovative solutions, validate best practices and ultimately, benefit your organization.
Use these tips to convince your boss that FinNext 2019 is a can't-miss FP&A event for you and/or your team.
1. Research the agenda
Choose from our educational sessions, divided across 3 content dimensions, to determine which will help you best overcome your biggest challenges or give you new ideas to implement.
2. Review the exhibitor list
Top-notch leading service providers will showcase their latest products and services on the FinNext Tech Lounge Floor. Visiting these exhibitors can help you determine solutions to streamline operations, cut costs and create business efficiencies.
3. Check the networking opportunities
The connections you make at FinNext 2019 are priceless. This is the ideal environment to meet with your peers to discuss issues and share solutions directly impacting your field of work. Create new business relationships and stay in touch with others made from previous years.
4. Earn recertification credits
The most simple and convenient way to earn recertification credits. Make the most of your time away from the office and earn CTP/CCM, FP&A, or CPE credits. Pending content approval.
5. Save money
Book your hotel room through AFP’s Official Housing and receive discounted room rates. You’ll also save when you take advantage of exhibit hall lunches and networking receptions. Plus, if you decide to attend FinNext 2019 with two or more of your colleagues, team pricing will save you even more.
6. Pass on your knowledge
Once you arrive back from FinNext 2019, brief your team and supervisor on new ideas, best practices and processes you can implement right away. You can even share educational session presentations.
7. Share your goals
Fill out the FinNext 2019 Approval Form and submit it to your boss. This letter will give examples of how FinNext 2019 will benefit you and your company.
Need more advice on how to make your pitch? The Wall Street Journal has advice for getting the green light.