As In-Person Investor Conferences Remain In Doubt, Virtual Conferences Pick Up Steam


The U.S. is five months into its post-pandemic life, and timelines of when life will go completely back to normal are still unknown. One activity that looks like it may not come back for an extended period is the conference and investor roadshow circuit. 

On Wall Street, this presents a unique challenge for investors and the C-Suite executives trying to reach them. But against this backdrop of states and businesses slowly beginning to open up, executives are going virtual in an attempt to maintain engagement with the investing public. 

OTC Markets is hosting four such conferences this month. The first of which, the Global Virtual Investor Conference, happened this week and is available for replay.  

“People really want to hear from management, and the only way to really communicate [right now] is through virtual webinars,” said Tom Dean, co-founder and president of Murdock Capital Partners. “We feel that it’s going to become standard after this is over. It’s going to be an integral aspect of any corporate outreach to the investment public.”

This week the Global Virtual Investor Conference brought together six companies from around the world, including an Australian sports betting company, Swedish …

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