The organisers of the iFX EXPO 2016 have announced that this year’s event will be hosted at the Palais des Sports, Spyros Kyprianou, Limassol, a recently-built venue with a capacity for over 6,000 people. The new venue opens the floor for the show which was previously limited in both space and options to grow. As a result, this year’s iFX EXPO will host more than 95 exhibitors as well as multiple new sponsorships and branding opportunities for companies seeking to build on brand awareness and engage with broker audiences. Around 3,000 attendees are expected at this year’s event.
The iFX EXPO will give those in the finance industry the chance to connect and explore business opportunities.
The iFX EXPO comprises a number of different events focused on the retail finance sector, including the forex and binary options industry. The focus will be on connecting leading service providers with brokers, IBs and affiliates, with leading reporters from influential publications also in attendance.
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According to Gal Ron, CEO of Conversion Pros, organisers of the event: “This year is the 5th anniversary of the flagship iFX EXPO International (the 9th event in total including our shows in Asia). We are looking to exceed all expectations by bringing more attendees and growing the overall reach of the event. Our aim from the inception of iFX EXPO was to connect the industry and provide a platform for networking within the industry of global brokerages and service providers. We have seen an overall increase in attendees of over 300% with brokers now even getting involved due to the increase in IBs, both institutional and retail attending.”
The iFX EXPO will give those in the finance industry the chance to connect and explore business opportunities in a proven professional business environment. There will be additional focus this year on the speaking panels and sessions, showcasing some the industry’s leading speakers and covering a wide range of industry related topics from marketing to technology.