We have added more headline speakers to the Ivy Family Office Network (IVYFON) SXSW family office and institutional investor forum.
Online PR News – 11-March-2021 – Austin, TX – We have added more headline speakers to the Ivy Family Office Network (IVYFON) SXSW family office and institutional investor forum which will be limited in person in downtown Austin, TX and online on March 15th from 8 a.m. central time to 4:30 p.m central time. We will be covering family office trends with a deep dive into the TX business investment eco system. We expect 350 people online more than 300 are already registered. We will broadcast the event globally all day. We average 350 registrants per monthly forum.
The agenda is here - https://ivyfon.com/mar15forum/agenda.html.
You can register to view online via (free) Zoom here - https://ivyfon.com/mar15forum/registration.html.
If you wish to attend in person, please contact me directly. Please note, with Texas re-opening on March 10th, we have added an outdoor reception to the event for family offices.
New headliners include: Anthony Emtman of Ikigai Asset Management (top performing cryto hedge fund), David Drake of LDJ Capital, Laurence Richards, of Legacy Road Family Offices, Ed Butowsky of Chapwood Investments and Ari Rastegar of Rastegar Property Company
Other speakers include Nick Markola of Markola LLC, Laurence Richards of Legacy Road Family Offices, Sean Doolan of Global Founders Capital, Josh Roach of LLoyd Capital Partners, Bradley Rotter of Entanglement Research Institute, Inc., Chip Perkins of Perkins Fund Marketing, J. Alan Reid of Reid Partners, Alan Snyder of Shinnecock Partners, , Robert Mason of Mason Capital Partners, Scott D. Cheskiewicz of Jackson Walker, Nancy Fechnay and Robert Butler of Butler Advisory. More are listed below my signature.
IvyFON is a leading provider of forums for institutional investors and family offices. More than 3,000 people have attended our events since April, 2020 during the pandemic. We have had more than 45,000 attendees at our events with more than 4,000 speakers since 2001.