Investors Get First-Hand Info at AeA Classic Investment Conference; AeA Classic to be held November 3-6 in San Diego, CA.
AeA Classic Financial Conference 2002
WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 1, 2002
With 32 years of experience, organizers of the AeA Classic Financial Conference know just what professional financial analysts want from the investor events they attend: They want one-on-one interaction with company execs in an impartial setting. The AeA Classic, to be held November 3-6 in San Diego, California, is set to deliver.
The AeA Classic's successful formula includes small breakout sessions for company executives and analysts in a bias-free atmosphere and lots of informal relationship-building time.
Robert McNamara has been attending the AeA Classic for more than 15 years. He is the managing director for Broadview International:
"This is a unique opportunity for me and my colleagues each year to spend quality time with the key executives of dozens of leading middle-market companies who are active in our focus sectors of technology. We have a chance to discuss corporate strategy, market and financial issues and business conditions. Most useful are the networking opportunities in the hallways, at breakfast or cocktails or in breakout sessions during the day."
The AeA Classic is organized into two sessions, the first for companies with over $300 million in market capitalization or revenue and a second for those between $100 and $300 market cap or revenue. During each session, analysts are able to meet with companies to discuss their growth potential.
"The AeA Financial Classic was our first conference as a public company and it paid dividends for us right away. We met investors at the conference that remain friends of, and investors in, PEC to this day," said Dr. David Karlgaard, president and CEO of PEC Solutions.
Companies representing every sector of the high-technology industry will present their stories at the AeA Classic this year, including software, semiconductor, Internet, computer, wireless, defense technology, security, and medical devices. Many other emerging giants have come through the doors of the AeA Classic over the years, including Intel, Cisco and AOL. The Classic's reputation for attracting the next "up and comers" has made it the premier financial conference of the high-tech industry for over three decades.
More information and company lists are available on www.aeanet.org. For company profiles and product descriptions, please visit www.tradeshownews.com.
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|Date:||Oct 1, 2002|
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