SOURCE: Noble Financial Capital Markets

Noble Financial Capital Markets

October 18, 2012 14:02 ET

South Florida in January for Noble Financial's Ninth Annual Equity Conference

BOCA RATON, FL--(Marketwire - Oct 18, 2012) -  Noble Financial Capital Markets (Noble) announced today that it will host its ninth annual equity conference on January 22-23, 2013 at the Hard Rock Hotel in Hollywood (Ft. Lauderdale area), Florida. This will be the fifth Noble conference to be held at the Hard Rock. "The proximity to the Fort Lauderdale International Airport, the intuitive layout of the conference facilities and the competence of the people we work with at Hard Rock makes it a natural choice," said Mark Pinvidic, Noble's Managing Partner. "And it doesn't hurt that south Florida in late January is the best place to be, at least weather wise, in the entire country," he added.

Attendees may have little time to enjoy the south Florida sun considering the full conference agenda. To alleviate the early morning registration crunch often associated with large conferences, Noble will host a cocktail reception and registration on Monday evening (Martin Luther King Jr. Day), January 21, 2013. The two-day conference will feature four tracts of corporate presentations run simultaneously in half-hour intervals, sector-specific breakout sessions for executives / investors and an evening networking event on the 22nd.

Noble is expecting more than 140 companies to participate with overall attendance topping 600. Although the conference welcomes companies from many industry sectors, 75 percent of the companies presenting will be from the healthcare, technology, defense, media, and business services sectors. In order to establish a list of 140 presenting companies, Noble starts with the analysis of close to 1,000 companies and it's an ongoing process right up to conference time. "Our goal is to offer investors diversity in terms of industry representation coming from a mix of growth and value names," said Michael Kupinski, Noble's Director of Research." While we recognize that market capitalization and liquidity are extremely important considerations when making immediate decisions, in the longer term some of the greatest growth opportunities come from smaller companies," he said. "We actually favor companies with compelling stories that are early in their growth curve."

The Conference for both presenting companies and investors is by invitation only.

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