Once again, this January leading project developers and the financial community will gather in New Orleans to kick off their year at Projects & Money. This dynamic event has developed a growing, dedicated following by creating a powerful venue for the project finance community to connect, share information about upcoming project opportunities and hear the best available outlook on the financing landscape and deal making opportunities. Projects & Money is truly the “one stop meeting central for project professionals”…what one attendee calls “a definite annual calendar event”.
Projects and Money is the place where you can get the latest information about what financial alternatives you can turn to in the market and determine how to get financing for your project? It is your chance to stay ahead of the market and find out what doors are open and available for business.
Networking also plays a key role at Projects & Money. The hallways are always filled with key players from the project community sharing their plans for the upcoming year and discussing new opportunities that will lead to successful deals.
Projects & Money is the ideal way to launch your 2014 calendar year.
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Thu, 19/02/2015 - 19:04
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Tue, 10/02/2015 - 14:49
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