FSX is no longer just a conference company it’s a powerful system that goes well beyond the walls of the conference.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) January 18, 2013
Financial Services Exchange (FSX), the premiere investment conference organization in the United States, is celebrating their 30th Anniversary in 2013. They have given their website http://www.fsxone.com a totally new look, with added features and functionality for their members. FSX has also launched a brand new Web Channel, FSXInterlinkedTV, “We launched FSXInterlinkedTV to make it easier for companies and members to connect. In the brief 2 month period since its creation companies are getting additional exposure while our members are working to make them succeed.” Stated Judy Ensweiler, FSX Executive Director.
FSX holds investment conferences four times a year in a different major U.S city where Emerging Growth companies connect with a nationwide network of financial investment professionals. FSX brings the CEOs and Executive Officers of the Presenting Companies together with the Principals and key decision makers of the Broker/Dealers and other financial firms; providing a forum where Presenting Company CEOs seeking capital and/or market support can go to showcase their companies in a dedicated environment that is conducive to networking and building financial relationships. Billions of dollars have been raised for companies at FSX Investment Conferences.
“FSX is no longer just a conference company it’s a powerful system that goes well beyond the walls of the conference. Judy Ensweiler has put together the perfect set of services at the price companies can afford. It’s no wonder why FSX has been in business for 30 years and is still growing.” said Delray Wannemacher, CEO of Interlinked.
FSX is one of the most reputable and established national alliances in the country for the independent broker/dealer network, providing education and opportunity. At each FSX conference, we bring the CEOs and executive officers of the presenting companies together with the principals and key decision makers.