FAQ | Kasasa Nation

What do I have to pay for?

We’ll cover event costs and meals for each attendee. You only need to pay for your hotel, ground transportation, and airfare. You are also responsible for extraneous expenses, including food or drink other than what Kasasa provides.

If you have questions, please reach out to your Client Success Manager.

Who is eligible to attend?

Due to limited space, we’re only extending two invitations for top-level leaders per financial institution. You may reserve your spot here.

Where is it?

It will be held at the Fairmont Austin.

What happens if I cancel?

In the event that you are unable attend and your reservation has already been placed, please contact our Kasasa Nation Evangelist.

Who will be there?

Kasasa Nation will host leaders from a wide range of financial institutions across the country. The group will include thought leaders and industry experts who will act as keynote speakers and panelists.

How will it help me?

This event is designed to foster new connections with peers from institutions like yours, provide a discussion forum for the future of community financial service, and equip you with growth strategies for your institution. In short: make new friends, explore new ideas, and gain a new competitive edge.

Will I have time to explore Austin?

Yes. In addition to built-in free time, you’ll also have the option to extend your stay (at your own expense) through the weekend and enjoy the diverse and entertaining metroplex that is Austin.

Is this a sales seminar?

No. You are not being bribed to attend a three-day sales pitch. The purpose of this event is to bring community banks and credit unions together and create an environment where everyone can benefit.

If you’re interested in hearing about how Kasasa helps attract, engage, and retain valuable consumers, there will be several opportunities, but it’s not mandatory.

Meals are provided — what about dietary restrictions?

To make arrangements for special dietary considerations please contact our Kasasa Nation Evangelist.

What is the dress code?

The dress code is business casual. We’re happy for you to look your best, but we want you to be comfortable too. Keep the weather in mind when planning your wardrobe; Spring in Texas can be quite warm.

What’s the weather like in April?

Generally speaking, the weather in Austin can be hot, even in early April. We do recommend bringing a light jacket or sweater in case the event space gets cool or the outside temperature drops at night (as it often does).