Covid19 – London Investor Show (October 2020)/Sustainable & Social Investing Conference (December 2020)
A message to delegates from Lisa Campbell, founder and CEO of Investor Conferences (UK) Ltd
These last few weeks have been, to say the least, very trying for all of us, with now a little light appearing as the lockdown restrictions ease slightly.
I wanted to let you know about the plans for the London Investor Show, and the Sustainable & Social Investing Conference, scheduled to run later in the year. Firstly, it is our goal that these events take place as planned. It is perhaps even too early to speculate on what new measures may be necessary, if any. For delegates at the London Trader Show, in February, we provided copious amounts of hand sanitiser – and this is now a standard provision at all Investor Conferences events.
If necessary, we are able to adhere to social distancing requirements and/or the wearing of face masks/coverings at the events. It is our duty as Organisers to ensure the health & safety of everyone present – delegates, exhibitors, speakers and suppliers, event staff – and we take these responsibilities very seriously indeed.
I would, however, like to reassure you that there is absolutely no risk to your company by proceeding with any plans for exhibiting, speaking, sponsoring or other participation with the events later in the year. Firstly, we expect the events to run as planned. If this is not possible, we will move the event online for the day and discuss with exhibitors and sponsors how to ensure the same exposure and connection with delegates as the live event offers. Any refunds will be provided without question should the need arise.
The London Investor Show is scheduled for Friday, 30th October and The Sustainable & Social Investing Conference for Thursday, 3rd December – both many months away and by which time, I hope, our lives have adjusted to whatever new normal looks like at that time.
These two events serve to educate and inform investors, to help them make the very best decisions they can about managing, safeguarding and increasing, their wealth. Now, more than ever, those choices have become increasingly important.