The LendIt 2014 Conference was attended by over 950 people in San Francisco in early May. We also had several thousand people watching the live stream as we broadcast all the main sessions online for free.
But most people, myself included, didn’t get to see everything they wanted. The good news is that we recorded everything – both all the main sessions and our second track featuring company demos and presentations. And now, after several weeks of editing we have all the videos available for viewing.
Main Session Videos
Above is the video of the opening keynote at LendIt 2014 by Renaud Laplanche, CEO and founder of Lending Club.
Below is a list with links to the videos on Youtube from all the keynotes, panels and presentations in chronological order. They are also listed in their own playlist on YouTube.
Monday May 5, 2014
Dara Albright Opening Welcome
Renaud Laplanche Opening Keynote
Peter Renton Global P2P Lending Overview
Crowdfinance Platforms Panel
Small Business Term Lending Panel
Short Term Business Lending Panel
Sam Hodges Funding Circle Presentation
Student Loans Panel
Impact & Innovation Panel
Real Estate Crowdfunding Panel
Institutional Investors Panel
Mike Cagney SoFi Presentation
Fireside Chat with Rainfin and Barclays
Ron Suber of Prosper – From Disruption to Revolution
Tuesday May 6, 2014
Bo Brustkern Opening Remarks
Morning Keynote by Michael Barr
European Online Lending Panel
Chinese P2P Lending Panel
Online Lending Technology Panel
Charles Moldow Marketplace Lending Presentation
Venture Capital Panel
Innovator of the Year Award
Big Data in Credit Decisioning Panel
Sophie Raseman, U.S. Treasury Presentation
Trends In Credit Underwriting Panel
Online Lending Securitization Panel
Emerging Prime Panel
Dara Albright Closing Remarks
Videos from the Company Demos and Workshops
While the main sessions were happening in the large ballroom we had a second track downstairs featuring company demos and workshops. I am not listing every one of these videos here because there are almost 50 videos in total, but you can see them all in this playlist on YouTube.
Our goal with the Company Demos and Workshops track was to highlight many of the companies that are up and coming as well as those more established players. By watching these videos you will get a more complete sense of the infrastructure developing in this industry.
Kudos to Gene Massey and the team at Mediashares for all their hard work in producing these professional videos.
If you want to read a quick summary of the main developments at the conference you should read my wrap up of LendIt 2014 here.