Battlefin Discovery day? Showcase your data science skills?

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Battlefin Discovery day? Showcase your data science skills?

Discovery Day is an event that brings investors and managers together and uses a 1 on 1 meeting format to facilitate relationships. Join us June 10th at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.
These are the 5 things investors are going to want to see before they make and allocation. You need to be clear and concise:
Presentation & Tear Sheet
Daily % returns of the strategy
Sample Portfolio
Intro conference calls – stay focused, be clear
Face to Face meetings. = Attend BattleFin Discovery Day

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