Limassol based multi-asset broker Exness, a continuous supporter of local and global events that promote technology and innovation, has announced its active support of the Reflect Festival, taking place on October 14, 15 & 16, in Limassol. The Reflect Festival is a future-focused event that puts Cyprus on the map of technology and innovation.
Tech experts, futurists and people who ''dare, do and dream'' will come together in this exciting event promising to inspire, trigger discussions and spark ideas that will shape the future and beyond. Reflect Festival, spanning across different locations in the old town of Limassol, including an impressive floating stage on the sea and the Exness HQ rooftop for networking, will stimulate visitors’ curiosity with a wide range of activities. These activities include speeches from influential tech and innovation experts, networking events and more.
Exness’ Elena Krutova, Head of People Development and People Care, will be among the influential speakers expected to ignite discussions with her topic ''The future of work: How organisations serve their employees, society and our future better''. Mrs. Krutova commented, ''Exness has always been involved in initiatives that strive to introduce new, bright ideas and accelerate the future. Reflect Festival is one such event and we couldn’t be more excited to be actively involved in it.''
Exness, founded in 2008, is a pioneer in fintech with a strong focus on the advancement of the financial markets. Exness utilises a scientific approach to remain innovative by advancing its proprietary technologies and optimising the trading experience it provides to its clients.
In Cyprus, where the company is headquartered, it has come to be known as one of the most active contributors to the Cypriot economy and society, having donated 1 million euro in the battle against Covid-19, and 300,000 euro financial aid in the aftermath of the wildfires of July 2021. Just last month, Exness was honoured at the 9th Invest Cyprus International Investment awards, which took place at the presidential palace, for its substantial contribution to the Cyprus economy.