SKY-MOBI LIMITED Appearance at 2014 MarcumBP China Best Ideas Investment Conference.
SKY-MOBI LIMITED announced today that it has been selected as a featured company at the second annual MarcumBP China Best Ideas Investment Conference on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 at the St. Regis hotel in Beijing.
The China Best Ideas Conference is designed to introduce investors to Chinese companies that are well positioned for growth, have solid and transparent business models, and adhere to high corporate governance standards. The conference, which is hosted by Marcum, Bernstein & Pinchuk LLP (“MarcumBP”) also provides a forum for investors, senior management, and professionals who desire to enhance the practices and market quality for Chinese companies listed overseas.
Senior executives from SKY-MOBI LIMITED including John Bi, CFO will be making a presentation to investors at 10:30am and will also be available for selected one-on-one meetings with investors.
MarcumBP 2014 China Best Ideas Investment Conference.
The conference, hosted by Marcum Bernstein & Pinchuk LLP, is designed to highlight those Chinese companies that have demonstrated strong financial performance, robust business models, and excellent corporate governance. The conference will showcase companies ranging from large-cap to small-cap in growth sectors including internet, IT, consumer, media, healthcare, and education. With input from investors and analysts, your company has been selected as one of the “best-of-the-best” names.
Last year, the conference attracted several hundred institutional investors, private equity investors, and investment bankers, and the companies that were selected have shown share price increases of over 50% on average. Given the increased number of Chinese IPOs in recent months and the structural changes to China’s economy, we expect an even stronger level of attendance at our 2014 event.
The conference provides the opportunity for group presentations, which last year averaged well over 50 participants, and a full day of one-on-one meetings. The conference is free to attend for all institutional investors, who can register at