NIRI 2012 Annual Conference images: round two > non-stop discussions about reaching investors

The largest global assembly of investor relations professionals gathered in Seattle last week for the National Investor Relations Institute’s 2012 Annual Conference.

As you can see in the snapshots below, gather they did.

I will not speak for other exhibitors, but it seemed as though the estimated 1,400 attendees were in our exhibit booth all at once…all the time. That makes sense as we had many product updates and strategic ideas to share with both current clients and soon to be clients. : )

Discussing Capital Markets Visibility 365

Understanding web disclosure vs. REAL exposure

Explaining the finer points of quantitative targeting

Listening to clients’ needs…

… and ideas

A meeting spot for corporate partners and Canadians

“Yes, we host almost 900 IR and PR websites. Thank you for asking.”

“Yes, we’re a comprehensive financial printer too. Thank you for asking.”

StockTwits COO giving us a helping hand in the booth

“Yes, we target sell-side and buy-side analyst too. Thank you for asking.”


Re-balancing IR means emphasis on growth, not base disclosure

“We can file your XBRL much less than those guys over there.”

Don’t we all!

I <heart> IR and wine

We <heart> Earle~ he proudly proclaimed he’s been a client since 1971

To thy own self be true

OK. I maaaaay have Photoshopped this one. But Jeff DOES love IR.

Thanks again to NIRI for bringing so many professionals together in one place.  Makes my job easier.

Have a great day.

3 responses to “NIRI 2012 Annual Conference images: round two > non-stop discussions about reaching investors

  1. Reblogged this on Beyond PR and commented:
    For those whose remits come dangerously close to (or in fact involve) investor relations, here is another recap from last week’s NIRI conference.

  2. Pingback: NIRI 2012 Annual Conference images: round two > non-stop discussions about reaching investors - Goldstar News | Goldstar News

  3. Pingback: Wide exposure v. web disclosure: an unsolicited report | Building Shareholder Confidence

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