Showcase to dig up investment options

Written on the 17 June 2009

INVESTORS looking for opportunities in the resource sector are set to benefit from the third annual Gold Coast Resources Showcase.
The showcase is one of Australia’s leading investor-focused conferences, specifically designed for small - mid cap ASX companies pitching opportunity to high net worth and sophisticated retail investors. Clean Up Australia founder Ian Kiernan will discuss ‘Solutions to the Global Economic Crisis by turning risks into Sustainable Business Opportunities’.
Managing director of Vertical Events Stewart McDonald, says the showcase will suit investor groups as well as those managing their own superannuation funds. McDonald believes the Gold Coast’s investor community is an untapped source of support for resources companies.
The event will be held from June 11-12 at the Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort Hotel on the Invitation is by way of registration. A list of conference speakers and registration details can be accessed from Vertical Event’s website at: www.verticalevents.com.au.


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