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Whilst physical events are not possible at the moment, we are running a series of Mello Mondays; a virtual event held via Zoom Webinar of great investor content.
There will be at least 15 Mello Monday evening events over the course of the year to October 2021. We have two scheduled for November and there will be one or two every month except August next year.
Mello Monday will provide premium investor content that you will not find anywhere else. It will be a mix of interviews presentations and panel sessions that will stimulate, educate, facilitate, and amuse in equal measure.
We will invite top fund managers, entrepreneurs, and company representatives, to share their wisdom and knowledge. Additionally, we bring the most recent IPO’s, and product launches into our investor network. Investors will be encouraged to network together and audience participation with Q&A is at the heart of Mello.

OF MELLO EVENTS: "these are by far the best investor shows for both institutions and private investors in the UK, now"
"the two-day Mello 2018 event.. was in a different class. Here, there was quality stamped right across the schedule: from the speaker line-up and company presentations to the packed-out panel discussions.. David Stredder and his team made it look effortless. Their planning meant Mello 2018 felt like a social occasion as much as anything else."

Mello in the Media

In Derby we were reviewed by the Financial Times. You can read the article in full by clicking the button below.

" The April event was a sellout with more than 500 attendees — 50 per cent higher than last year — including 50 company bosses. Gervais Williams, a fund manager who specialises in small- and micro-caps at Miton and one of the headliners, said Mello had “come of age” "

Mello London featured a forensic accountant, Steve Clapham, from Hardman & Co.

" ‘CAKE’ was the order of the day when Steve Clapham participated in a panel discussion regarding the recent near collapse of Patisserie Valerie. He was joined by David Scott, who sold his business to Patisserie Valerie, and an auditor."

FT columnist, John Lee writes on Mello and coping with profit warnings.

"This highly entertaining event ... had 500 or more investing enthusiasts and 50 companies either presenting or available to talk at stands. There was a real buzz about the place."