Cup Series 2017- It’s going big. Calling for Sponsors and Participants

The London and Cyprus Cups are going to be bigger and better in 2017 with quarterly gatherings. We listened to feedback, got our toes wet and now ready to bring you the purest networking events the industry has to offer.

Calling on potential sponsors and participants to be part of The FinanceFeeds Cup series in 2017.

FinanceFeeds is fine tuning its global series to bring you the purest networking events attended by senior executives and corporate decision makers that make up the entire ecosystem of the modern financial markets business worldwide. Business and relationships are forged over drinks.

Two events every quarter.

Each FinanceFeeds Cup event will be held in London as well as Limassol during the months of January, April, July and October. The invite only events will be a tight knit group of decision makers, movers and shakers as well as more introducing brokers and service providers.

Each FinanceFeeds Cup networking event features:

  1. Gourmet Catered Hors d’Oeuvres and a selection of quality drinks
  2. Invite-only access to the most senior leaders in the entire industry globally with no limit on time
  3. Networking reception & cocktails with amazing views and quality surroundings

Call for sponsors and participants

The demand for our already highly successful FinanceFeeds Cup series has increased, and FinanceFeeds recognizes the necessity for a dedicated global series of networking events having completed three thus far in which a considerable amount of business was conducted.

FinanceFeeds invite sponsors and interested parties to participate in what is a top quality format for facilitating business.

FinanceFeeds is committed to ensuring that relationships are furthered and the ability to do business with relevant parties is maintained, therefore these events will be produced and hosted by FinanceFeeds with an emphasis on quality and compatibility between companies.

For sponsorship and participation enquiries, please contact [email protected]

We look forward to hosting you all in 2017!

 

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