Trade shows are a part of most B2B and B2C marketing strategies and it can feel daunting having to stand up in front of a room full of people trying to sell your business. Share Talk attended the recent Master Investor and UK Investor shows and we certainly learnt a lot!
Here are some ways to make sure that you and your business stand out to capture the attention of potential customers.
Investors know the NYSE as a home for the world’s most important blue chip stocks. Massive companies like Walmart, Berkshire Hathaway, Exxon Mobil, and Coca-Cola are listed on the exchange along with roughly 2,400 other companies, and together they add up to an astounding $20 trillion in value.
But how do other exchanges around the world, such as the ones in Toronto or London, compare to the famed NYSE?
Bill Gates once famously said that we systematically overestimate the change that will occur in two years, while underestimating the change that will come in the next ten.
The ongoing conversation about the death of legacy media definitely fits that mold.
Saturday 25th March, the Business Design Centre in Islington, London, welcomed over 4,000 visitors to the UK’s largest event aimed at informing, inspiring and educating private investors. The Master Investor Show brings together private investors of all portfolio sizes to hear keynote talks from celebrity investors and gain access to new investment opportunities.
Today, Mark Johnson of “TheBizLounge” discusses his top & least favourite shares for the first quarter on this video.
Tesla’s Gigafactory 1 has been a center of attention for people interested in the growing momentum behind green energy, electric cars, and battery production. Therefore, it is no surprise that this facility was in the news again last month, with Tesla starting to mass produce batteries as it ramps up to its goal of 35GWh of capacity and beyond.