XM Excels at Money Fair Shanghai 2015

13 November, 2015

XM Excels at Money Fair Shanghai 2015

For the third consecutive year, XM attended and excelled at the Money Fair Shanghai 2015, the biggest financial exhibition in the world, which takes place in Shanghai every year.

This year the phenomenal exhibition attracted over 220,000 visitors from Friday 6th to Sunday 8th November, when it closed its doors until the next year’s event.

The XM team led by company CEO Constantinos Cleanthous, along with the top management, were present with over 14 members of the Chinese staff to meet both existing and new clients and partners, discuss their needs and understand how XM can further expand its presence in China.

Below you can see a number of photos captured during the event.


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