Investor Forum a huge success

It’s unanimously regarded as setting a new standard for investment conferences in the country, as more than 600 delegates flocked to the two-day event to hear a line-up of high-class, informative speakers which included Second Cup Co-founder Frank O’Dea, Real Estate Investment Network President Don Campbell and HGTV’s Scott McGillivray.

“This forum really has offered something different to the real estate investor community,” says Tim Duce, president of KMI Publishing and Events Inc. “Our goal was to give Canadian investors the opportunity to network with each other in first-class surroundings and hear from experts on how to improve their own portfolios, and we really achieved that last weekend.”

The more than 30 vendors who attended the Forum, held at the Carlu in Toronto, Ont., on March 25 and 26, were extremely pleased with the amount of interest they received at their booths in the exhibitor area.

“In fact, the most common response I heard from clients and delegates was when is the next forum,” says Duce.

Because of the overwhelming success of the event, KMI is currently planning to hold a similar forum in Western Canada.

“We’ve already got so much positive feedback and interest in another event, that we’re seriously looking at presenting similar events in other major cities,” Duce says.

“Thank you to all those who attended and to all of our sponsors for making the Investor Forum a really big success.”

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