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DC Hilton Hosts ‘FinCon19: Where Money & Media Meet’

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A community of “Money Media Nerds” will come together for “FinCon19: Where Money & Media Meet” at the Washington, D.C. Hilton from September 4-7 to offer their audience assistance with ways to make a large sum of money.

“Join the Movement that’s Helping Thousands Reach Millions with a Positive Money Message” the event brief says, adding that FinCon is for personal finance and investing digital influencers, brands, and their fans, as well.

The annual event aims to connect people within the community and teach participants how to create, promote, and profit via using online content, along with new trends in personal investing options.

FinCon enthusiasts have already started planning their trip to D.C. from around the country, and abroad.

If you attend the event with a “Basic Influencer Pass,” you will be invited to the private FinCon Facebook Group and be able to participate in the “One-On-One Mentoring Program,” in addition to networking, keynotes and parties. 

With a “Pro Influencer Pass,” you will benefit from the above mentioned features, and you will have access to the Pro Networking online scheduling system and onsite event, which will help you connect with the sponsors and exhibitors that may be interested in working with your brand. You can check out this link for further details.

The passes are non-refundable. It is also noted that attendants must wear their badges in order to be admitted to the activities at the event.

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