Want to meet the right FX industry leaders in the right place?

In keeping with FinanceFeeds ethos of bringing the movers & shakers of the FX industry together, we are hosting the very first of a quarterly series of exclusive networking events which will ensure that industry leaders across all sectors can get together in an exclusive, luxurious environment. The event, called “The Cyprus Cup” will commence the series […]

The Cyprus Cup

In keeping with FinanceFeeds ethos of bringing the movers & shakers of the FX industry together, we are hosting the very first of a quarterly series of exclusive networking events which will ensure that industry leaders across all sectors can get together in an exclusive, luxurious environment.

The event, called “The Cyprus Cup” will commence the series which will be followed by “The London Cup” and “The New York Cup”, will be purely an exclusive networking event for FX industry professionals, and will not feature any panels or discussions, and will not feature any branding or sales efforts by participants.

The first Cyprus Cup event will take place on April 8, 2016 at a top of the range venue in Limassol, Cyprus at 3.00pm, and will set the format which will continue thereafter.

A 30 minute keynote speech will commence the event, which will be, as with all future FinanceFeeds Cyprus, New York and London Cup events, delivered by a high profile professional from outside our industry who has some interesting and useful information to share, be it digital marketing, branding, retention, automation, website design or fintech – the idea being to bring a very modern and useful introduction to this very modern industry event.


 

Registration

To register your interestclick here. Please note that places are limited to 50 participants this time round so get in quick.


 

Following the keynote speech, attendees will be free to network for the remainder of the afternoon, and will be able to do so in privacy as the venue will be exclusive to the FinanceFeeds Cyprus Cup event, with a maximum of 50 attendees.

FinanceFeeds understands the importance of being able to meet with the right people, in the right place, on a regular basis and the event will cost absolutely nothing to attend, and will cost nothing to enjoy – we are providing the hors d’oeuvres and drinks.

Why the “Cup?”

We will not be branding any of these events, as we would like you to be able to focus on networking rather than being sold to. FinanceFeeds understands that executives in the FX industry will want to make the most of being able to speak, uninterrupted, to each other, therefore we will not be making any promotional efforts – with the exception of branded cups.

At each FinanceFeeds Cup event, be it London, New York or Cyprus, you will be given a memoir to take home, in the form of the branded cup that the drinks have been served in during the event. That is as far and as unintrusive as any branding will go, keeping the event classy and without any unnecessary distractions or gimmicks.

We also think that the name emulates that of a private executive social event, which keeps the bar high.


 

Registration

To register your interest, click here. Please note that places are limited to 50 participants this time round so get in quick. See you on April 8!


 

 

Photograph: Limassol Marina, Cyprus. Copyright FinanceFeeds.

 

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