Force Family Office & Ideanomics
Coming March 28

Opal ESG Reception

Date & Time

March 28, 7:30 PM
Location details provided upon RSVP approval


About the Event

Join Ideanomics, NASDAQ Ticker [IDEX], the only vertically integrated small-cap electric vehicle company, and Shane McMahon, Executive Chairman, for an evening of cocktails, passed hors d’oeuvres, conversation, and networking at the official investor only event following Opal Groups ESG conference in West Palm Beach on Monday March 28th at 7:30 pm.

Ideanomics is driving sustainability and a catalyst for disruption in those industries where improvements in carbon reduction, transparency, and alternative choice would have profound benefits on a global scale. 

Please note this event has a limited capacity so please RSVP as soon as practicable. This invite is non-transferable and attendee selection was handled by the host committee.

Event location will be provided upon guest confirmation.

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