By Tom Winnifrith | Thursday 1 September 2016
The UK's top one day investor show is now jointly owned by the family of the man known as Britain's Buffett, Nigel Wray and this is the LAST DAY to bag a ticket for the show and an all star cabaret at Saracens at a 33% discounted rate. Book TODAY for what promises to be two magical events. The 2017 conference is going to be a blockbuster!
Already the show is promising star speakers including controversial David Lenigas, Vin Murria, the Queen of tech, the UK's top share blogger Paul Scott, Tom Winnifrith, Lucian Miers and, of course, Nigel Wray himself. And, more than seven months ahead of the event more than 50 companies including Petropavlovsk, Kefi Minerals, Optibiotix and Obtala Resources have signed up to man a stand and present at the event which ( no kidding) takes place on April 1 at the QE2 Centre in London.
But there is another part of the UK Investor show this year taking place at 7 PM on Wednesday 29 March at Saracens RFC. Attending what will be a remarkable networking event but also a highly entertyaining evening will be the CEOs of the companies attending but also the 120 holders of gold tickets to the show.
The cabaret evening will see you wined and dined in style with a number of the star players at Europe's top club side, Saracens, seated at each table. Chapel Down wines will be organising blind tastings of its English champagne and on stage we have two totally unique acts.
We start with Tom Winnifrith in discussion with Britain's Buffett and Saracens Owner Nigel Wray and his long time business partner, the enfant terrible of UK Property, secret millionaire Nick Leslau. The three men were last "in conversation" at a Saracens breakfast eight years ago and there is a lot to catch up on. This will touch on shares but is a far more wide ranging insight into how two of the UK's most successful businessmen see life, politics, the economy and (lack of) business ethics in 2017.
To follow that we have Christopher Booker, who was the co-founder of Private Eye and scriptwriter for TW3 as well as being a top read columnist on the Sunday Telegraph. Booker still writes for Private Eye 55 years after its launch and will spend 45 minutes reviewing his favourite front pages over the past half century or so and explaining why they still make him laugh and chatting about the changing ways we view satire and satirists view us.
Golden ticket holders to UK Investor show also get guaranteed front row seats in all sessions as well as a ticket to the after show party with CEOs and speakers on the day of the event,
Gold tickets to UK Investor which also give you a seat at the Saracens cabaret cost £75 + VAT but if you book your golden ticket before September 1st 2016 - that is to say TODAY - and use the promotional code SEP16 you will get a 33% discount. So book NOW at www.ukinvestorshow.com while stocks last.
I am delighted to be organising this event with the Wray family. Nigel and I have been at the heart of these shows for 15 years now and the 2017 event will be our biggest and most controversial event to date.
PS The offer to get cheap tickets, both investor class but also golden tickets getting you access to what will be an amazing evening at Saracens, ends TODAY. So use the promotional code SEP16 and book now at www.UKinvestorshow.com
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