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William Mills Agency CEO Named Judge for Inaugural Finovate Fall Awards

By The Associated Press

ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug 8, 2019--

William Mills III, chief executive officer of William Mills Agency, an independent public relations and marketing firm specializing in the financial industry, has been selected as a judge for the first ever Finovate Awards. The awards will be announced on Sept. 24, during Finovate Fall 2019 which will be held in New York City at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square on September 23-26, 2019.

The Finovate Awards will showcase 20 winners who are advancing the financial services industry in a wide variety of ways and in many categories including banking and fintech. There will also be an individual, innovator of the year category. The awards ceremony will be held at the iconic Edison Ballroom in Manhattan and will celebrate the best of the industry with a gala dinner and entertainment.

“William is a seasoned executive well-versed in the financial technology environment and one of the first who came to mind when we began building our diverse panel of judges,” said Greg Palmer, VP and host of Finovate. “He is always very active with Finovate and has been involved in so many ways since its inception in 2007. He has live-blogged reports at Finovate demos; moderated and acted as a panelist during many Finovate conferences; and also hosted video interviews with Amazon and other well-known companies for Finovate TV in London and San Fransisco.”

“Of the many hundreds of events I have attended throughout my career, Finovate is a standout and they are my priority, 'must-attend” events,' said William Mills, CEO, William Mills Agency. “It’s an honor to have this opportunity to participate as a judge for the first-ever Finovate Awards.”

About Finovate

The Finovate Group is a research and events firm focused on innovation in financial and banking technology. Its team runs the Finovate conference series and authors the popular Finovate blog. Finovate is the only conference series focused exclusively on showcasing the best and most innovative new financial and banking technologies. Finovate conferences consistently attract large, high-impact audiences of senior financial and banking executives, venture capitalists, press, industry analysts, bloggers, regulators and entrepreneurs. Finovate’s annual events include FinovateFall (New York), FinovateSpring (San Francisco), and FinovateEurope (Berlin), as well as regional events in Singapore and Dubai.

William Mills Agency is a public relations and marketing firm serving the financial technology, payment and related industries. The agency has established its reputation through the successful execution of media relations, marketing services and crisis communications programs. The company serves clients ranging in size from small start-ups to large, publicly-traded companies. For more information, please visit .

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