TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - March 28, 2013) - AGORACOM, a leading online financial community focusing on the small-cap and mid-cap markets, today announced that 2,263 investors from 59 countries participated in the AGORACOM Online Uranium Conference. The conference, open to uranium investors around the world, featured online presentations from 3 public uranium companies and 5 uranium industry experts, including online Q&A sessions.
The online format of the Uranium Conference provided investors from outside traditional "conference cities" with an opportunity to fully participate in the process by watching presentations and interacting with conference participants - all from the comfort of their computers. No travel, no expenses, no time away from work.
CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION METRICS
AGORACOM released the following key participation metrics for the conference
Total Visitors: 2,263
Total Page Views: 7,360
Total Presentation Views: 764
Average Number Of Presentations Viewed Per Exhibiting Company: 180
Average Number Of Visitors To Each Exhibiting Company HUB: 249
Average Number Of Visits To Each Exhibiting Company HUB: 1,132
Average Number Of Presentations Viewed Per Expert: 45
Top 20 Participating Countries:
Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, Belgium, Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, Mexico, India, Switzerland, Thailand, Phillipines, France, Spain, Greece, Japan, Austria, Russia, Sweden
ONLINE CONFERENCE MODEL PROVEN - MORE TO COME IN 2013
AGORACOM Founder, George Tsiolis, stated, "The metrics clearly demonstrate the pent-up demand of uranium investors from around the world to participate in an online conference featuring quality companies and industry experts. Full credit must go to Jim Paterson, CEO of Kivalliq Energy, who first approached me with his vision in late 2012. We agreed that a borderless, online conference was the logical next step if the uranium industry was going to start reaching out to new, bigger audiences. Investors clearly responded, proving they are willing to participate when great information is delivered via convenient access, as opposed to having to travel, spend money and take valuable time away from their lives."
Tsiolis added, "Though I am not surprised, the exceptional results will serve as the basis for additional online conferences in 2013 for the entire small-cap industry."
ALL PRESENTATIONS NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND
Investors unable to view company and expert presentations during their scheduled Q&A times can now view them using the following links:
Energy Fuels (TSX:EFR) View Presentation
Fission Energy (TSX VENTURE:FIS) View Presentation
Kivalliq Energy (TSX VENUTRE:KIV) View Presentation
Sheldon Modeland, Analyst, Edison Investment Research
Uranium: Where is it and how do we find it?
Jonathan Hinze, Senior Vice President, International, UxC
Global Nuclear Power Outlook and Uranium Demand Forecast
Benjamin Cox, Managing Director, Oreninc
Uranium Financing Market
Hugh Switzer, Manager, Corporate Development, Boswell Capital
Global Uranium Markets: Long-Term Contracts Vs. Spot Price
Andrea Jennetta, Publisher, Fuel Cycle Week
End of the HEU Era: What Investors Need to Know
This press release was distributed by MarketWire, the official Media Partner of AGORACOM and the AGORACOM Online Uranium Conference.
Presentations were also distributed by conference media partner Kitco via Kitcometals.com.
AGORACOM is the pioneer and leading online investor relations firm to small and mid-cap public companies, with more than 250 companies having used AGORACOM to conduct online investor relations.
AGORACOM is the home of more than 1 million investors that visit 6.8 million times and read 66 million pages of information every year (Average 2008 - 2011). Our traffic results are independently tracked and verified by Google analytics. AGORACOM traffic ranks within the top 0.3% of all websites around the world.
AGORACOM Founder, George Tsiolis, publishes a leading online investor relations blog. His 50 Small-Cap CEO Lessons are a must read for small and mid-cap companies.
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