As you all know, last Friday after 3 days of intensive social networking, trading and education, we put an end to the 4th edition of the International Traders Conference.
We can proudly say that this year’s ITC has been a great success.
The level of demanding of the attendees was very high as almost 50 percent of them were returning attendees, so they knew what we had to offer them.
So seeing the level of satisfaction we have accomplished is a matter of great happiness for me.
Since last Friday, the positive feed-back received has been overwhelming so today I could not resist to share with you one very special feed-back we have received this very morning that made my day.
I want to thank Michael J. Davies for his kind words and tell him that we are extremely happy that you are already considering attending to ITC 2011.
From: Michael Davies
Date: Tue, Oct 26, 2010 at 9:33 AM
Subject: ITC 2010 - thank you message
To: maud fxstreet <maudATfxstreet.com>
I would like to offer my personal thanks to FXStreet for hosting last week’s ITC in Barcelona.
Despite Rob Booker’s sad absence, your choice of speakers gave us a very comprehensive mix of different trading styles.
Barcelona provided a wonderful backdrop to the ITC and has quickly risen to the top of my list of European city destinations. I fully understand why you prefer to host the ITC on your home soil rather than take it on the road. You not only have a beautiful city for us to enjoy but the full backup of your technical staff on hand to offer assistance.
FXStreet were wonderful hosts. Your organization was superb. You spared no effort to ensure that we were catered to and well fed and watered throughout. I appreciate the effort you put into the ITC and your hospitality and attention to detail went well beyond my expectations.
Thank you so much, not only to you personally for the help you gave me with my hotel problems prior to the ITC starting but to all the staff of FXStreet, many of whom sadly I did not meet. Please feel free to post my comments and I look forward to ITC 2011.
Michael J. Davies