iFX EXPO International Dates Announced for June 2022

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

The Ultimate Fintech team is pleased to announce the dates for iFX EXPO International which will take place 7-9 June 2022 in Limassol, Cyprus.

The Ultimate Fintech team is pleased to announce the dates for iFX EXPO International which will take place 7-9 June 2022 in Limassol, Cyprus. And the exciting news that will delight iFX EXPO fans… is that it’s back at the Palais de Sports, Spyros Kyprianou Athletic Centre, the biggest and the most imposing multi-dynamic indoor arena in Cyprus!

iFX EXPO International is the most established fintech event in Europe and will again provide a seamless networking environment for executives from various industry fields. These include financial services, fintech, retail and institutional trading, digital assets and blockchain, payments, banking, regulation, marketing, and other service providers. The event offers unrivalled panels, international speakers, stellar networking opportunities and glamorous parties.

Become a Sponsor or Exhibitor

iFX EXPO International offers numerous sponsorship opportunities, and with the event back at the bigger venue, the sky is the limit. Want your logo on the Coffee Bar, La Pizzeria or Sky Lounge? Now’s your chance. Talk to the team and tell them your ideas so they can make it happen. 

What Should You Do Now?

  • Mark 7-9 June in your calendar
  • Select your booth type – There are plenty of options available now, but they will sell out fast!
  • Book your sponsorship – As always, sponsorship spots are snapped up quickly so brands looking for ways to showcase their offering as a sponsor or exhibitor should contact [email protected] 

With an array of great hotels, beaches, leisure facilities and warm June weather to enjoy in Cyprus, this is the expo to put in your calendar. Pre-register your interest now before the official sales launch and stay tuned for more updates. 

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