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iFX EXPO International, the annual retail forex and binary options convention, announced that this year it will take place in a larger venue. Unlike the previous four times, when it was hosted in various Limassol hotels with a somewhat limited capacity, this year it is expanding to a sports facility with a capacity of more than 6000 people – Palais des Sports – Spyros Kyprianou, again in Limassol.
It will take place on May 24-26, 2016.
The iFX EXPO is a series of B2B events focused on the retail finance sector – mostly, but not limited to the forex and binary options industry. Its main goal is to connect leading service providers with brokers, Introducing Brokers (IBs) and affiliates and provides ample networking opportunities.
According to Gal Ron, CEO of the organizing company, Conversion Pros, this year the event will feature almost 100 exhibitors and sponsors and expects around 3000 registered visitors.
Among the exhibitors will be leading forex brokers and financial services companies such as FxPro Group, Exness, XM, IG, Monex, 24Option, OptionsClick, etc.
Besides the exhibition stands, the iFX EXPO will offer masterclasses, discussion panels and presentations on topics such as regulation, marketing, trading technology, insights and trends, etc. Google will also give a presentation on the current digital advertising trends and insights for the retail finance sector.
“We are looking to exceed all expectations by bringing more attendees and growing the overall reach of the event,” Ron said. “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.”
Last year’s iFX EXPO in Cyprus had 80 exhibitors and a little more than 2250 registered visitors. The iFX EXPO Asia, which took place in Hong Kong this January had more than 2500 visitors.