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By Shareprophets | Sunday 19 January 2014
There is only one investor show worth attending if you want to hear an array of big name speakers in sparky debate and meet dozens of growth companies and it just signed up another star to present - Mark Slater.
And this year the UK Investor Show has a new format and a new venue, the Queen Elizabeth centre in central London. The date for your diary is April 5th 2014 - the latest big name speaker to join a 30 strong line-up is Mark Slater.
Mark, son of Jim, i ins his own right the most successful fund manager of his generation - his small cap and growth funds are consistently top ranked..
Mark joins Terry Smith, Nigel Wray, Dominic Frisby, Amanda van Dyke, Vin Murria, Evil Knievil, Zak Mir, Tom Winnifrith, Matt Earl, David Lenigas, Lucian Miers and more than 20 other top name speakers as well as 90 growth companiues presenting on the day.
Tickets cost £12 and you can purchase yours at www.UKnvestorShow.com
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