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Meeting rooms galore, wide-open networking spaces, and deal origination at the forefront
After the resounding success of our seminal event last year, in October 2023, we head to Germany for the highly anticipate second edition of the TXF Export Finance Dealmakers Assembly, a conference turned upside down. The event's primary focus will be on securing those all-important meetings, strengthening ties with existing clients and forging new connections. We will have plenty of meeting rooms, networking spaces, and fun things for you to do over two days.
The Dealmakers Assembly will be a conference like none you've attended before. We will choose to focus on just a few, select and critical keynotes, leaving you the rest of the time to focus on meetings and dealmaking.
Exporters & borrowers: Get the best possible access to the stakeholders needed to get your deals successfully financed, guaranteed and off the ground. What's more, we bring you behind-closed-doors roundtables, each dedicated to exporters and borrowers only.
Why join this completely unique and different event experience in 2023?
Export & Project Finance Dealmakers Assembly 2023 will take place in the wonderful Hotel Berlin, Lützowplatz 17, 10785 Berlin Germany
HOW TO GET THERE
Taxi - 29 minutes from Berlin Brandenburg Airport.
Train - 20 minutes from Berlin Central Station or 1 hour from Berlin Brandenburg Airport.
Please contact Danielle Lall if you have any questions about the venue or accommodation.
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Hesham Zakai is the Managing Director of TXF, a leading media and events company specialising in trade, commodity and export finance, with a global portfolio of 20 conferences. He has previously worked at the Special Reports team of the Financial Times and in the Press department at the European Parliament. He is also the former editor-in-chief of London Student, and has published essays on topics ranging from the history of the Middle East to the impact of technology on local British communities.