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UK Investor Show on April 1, now officially our biggest event in 15 years

By Tom Winnifrith | Thursday 16 March 2017


I have been putting on annual Investor Shows for 15 years now and working with my friend Nigel Wray on all of them. The names may change but the stars are always there - Nigel himself, Evil, my friend Mark Slater and there are always surprises too. Perhaps I will have more on that front shortly - talks are ongoing. But yesterday we hit a milestone. A massive one.

I know that some me too events owned by asset strippers are struggling to attract 50 stands and are having to pad an empty hall out with stands for their own company or folks who have nothing of interest to say and pay nothing. Yesterday we sold out the 123rd stand. Yup we have 123 real stands at the show with well over 100 of them from listed companies. Now we are trying to find room for a couple more as we keep getting enquiries from PLCs who want to attend the show to meet investors like you.

This is now officially the biggest show that Nigel and I have staged in 15 years. And that is by a good chalk. In terms of tickets there are now less than 10% of the 3,000 left going for what is going to be an action packed day on Aprl 1 at the QE2 Centre Westminster. If you have booked, you should by now have all received your tickets (unless you booked in the last 72 hours in which case they will arrive by post at the weekend, they are already in your email box.

If you have not received a ticket email [email protected] and she will sort it out

If you have not ordered on dont leave it to the last minute! Just go to booking an investor class seat and, as a ShareProphets reader, use the promotional code SP93 to make sure you are sent one of the few remaining tickets.

Now to start to relax by preparing the nine presentations which I am involved with! Shall I start with Cloudtag?

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