As announced in its press release this past Wednesday, Roth Capital Partners will host its 33rd Annual Conference in an entirely virtual setting from March 15-17, 2021.
Roth’s flagship three-day investor conference will bring together senior executives from more than 400 public and private companies as well as thousands of investors from around the globe. Featuring companies drawn from a myriad of sectors, including Healthcare, Health & Wellness, Sustainability, Oil & Gas and Resources, as well as Technology, Media and Services, this year’s conference will play host to enlightening one-on-one management meetings, virtual fireside chats with experienced industry analysts as well as a series of thematic industry panels.
The Roth Conference offers companies the opportunity to meet and interact with both shareholders and prospective investors in a seamless and cohesive manner. Widely renowned for its unparalleled ability to bring together a unique network of high-quality investors along with a carefully curated set of small & mid-cap companies operating at the very cutting edge of their respective sectors, the Roth Conference will greatly expand its virtual platform for this month’s annual event.
“We have always focused our conferences on enabling our participating companies to form a series of deep and meaningful relationships with the wide variety of investors in attendance,” stated Byron Roth, Chairman and CEO of Roth Capital Partners. “In what has been a largely disrupted year with investors unable to meet with companies in a face-to-face manner, we believe our Virtual Roth Conference will offer a great deal of value, affording our carefully selected small and mid-cap companies the exposure, opportunity and ability to share insights and provide operational updates to the host of institutional, RIA, family office, and high-net-worth investors in attendance.”
As a branding sponsor of the event, Canalyst is pleased to be offering a free model bundle to all attendees, featuring some of this year’s presenting companies.