Bridging the academic-practitioner divide at the Credit Scoring and Credit Control Conference XVIII
When I first conceived of this show, I actually assumed it would be more academic in nature, more about the practical 'how' than the strategic 'how' as it were. When it went live, though, it quickly became clear that it would be more about fintech, more about uncommon global viewpoints. But that's not to say that I don't still love getting into the weeds of credit scoring minutiae!
So I am delighted to have weaselled my way into the Credit Scoring and Credit Control Conference that's happening in Edinburgh this summer. You have a week left to get early bird pricing if you want to be there, too (find me there, and I'll even buy the first beer)
I'll be there in person from August 30 to September 1st to see what's happening on the cutting edge and to record some interviews, but first, I wanted to learn more about the conference’s goals, its philosophy, and its history, and about how and why it has garnered such a strong following among credit professionals. Seriously, I've spoken at Fintech Nexus and will recording live at Money20/20, but it's the CSCCC that makes my credit friends swoon 😅
So I’m speaking to the organising committee to learn more about the conference’s goals, its philosophy, and its history:
The Credit Research Centre is at home online at https://www.crc.business-school.ed.ac.uk/home (or jump straight to the conference’s pages at https://www.crc.business-school.ed.ac.uk/conferences)
You can learn more about myself, Brendan le Grange, on my LinkedIn page (feel free to connect), my action-adventure novels are on Amazon, some versions even for free, and my work with ConfirmU and our gamified psychometric scores is at https://confirmu.com/ and on episode 24 of this very show https://www.howtolendmoneytostrangers.show/episodes/episode-24
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