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Tackle Risk Head-On at The Business Show with TorFX

Posted by on November 8th, 2016. Connect with us on .

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2016 has shown just how volatile the currency market can be and many businesses are feeling the impact of the incredible drop in Pound exchange rates post-Brexit.

If your business has currency transfer requirements and you’d like to find out how to safeguard your transactions from exposure to currency risk, come and have a chat with TorFX at The Business Show.

This year’s Business Show will be held at Olympia, London, on November 17th and 18th and TorFX will be one of the 25,000 businesses and 350 exhibitors taking part.

We’ll be on stand 984, so make sure you look out for us if you want to find out how to manage risk and reap rewards with your currency transfers.

The event is free to attend and is designed to introduce businesses from a wide range of industries to beneficial services while providing them with all the news and information they need to weather the currently challenging economic environment.

This year there are some fantastic keynote speakers, including Hilary Devey CBE (formerly a Dragon on the BBC’s Dragons’ Den), Raja Saggi (Head of Marketing at Google), James Carr (E-Commerce Manager at Facebook), Steve Parish (Co-Owner and Chairman of Crystal Palace F.C. and Joseph Valente (Winner of BBC’s Apprentice & Owner of Impra Gas Ltd).

There are also over 80 masterclasses you can attend, covering subjects like:

  • Brand Leadership
  • Profit Building
  • Digital Marketing
  • Big Data
  • Branding
  • Building an Online Retail Business
  • Unlocking your Business Potential

Additionally, The Business Show will be holding an awards ceremony for the first time, with accolades presented to the most innovative tools, products, and services available to SMEs in marketing, finance, and website tools.

If you want to find out more about The Business Show download the event’s free app.

We hope to see you there!

 

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