March 20, 2014

Marcum LLP Announces the 3rd Annual Marcum MicroCap Conference

Marcum LLP Announces the 3rd Annual Marcum MicroCap Conference

New York City, NY – Marcum LLP, a top national accounting and advisory services firm, today announced that the 3rd Annual Marcum MicroCap Conference will take place May 29 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York City. The event is presented by Marcum’s SEC Services Practice Group.

Launched in 2012, the annual Marcum MicroCap Conference introduces investors to superior quality, undiscovered public companies with under $500 million in market capitalization. Featured companies represent seven industry sectors, including Technology & Telecom; Social Media & Internet; Life Sciences; Retail & Consumer Products; Energy & Natural Resources; Industrials; and Special Situations. Over 2000 senior management executives, institutional investors, buy- and sell-side analysts, investment bankers and service providers are expected to participate this year.

“The Marcum MicroCap Conference is a signature event for investors seeking highly qualified, undiscovered opportunities and for management teams in search of capitalization,” said David C. Bukzin, Partner-in-Charge of Marcum’s SEC Practice Group. “It is a forum that brings together both sides of the market under very stringent criteria, in order to ensure the highest quality experience for all participants.”

About Marcum LLP
Marcum LLP is a top-ranked national accounting and advisory firm dedicated to helping entrepreneurial, middle-market companies and high net worth individuals achieve their goals. Marcum’s industry-focused practices offer deep insight and specialized services to privately held and publicly registered companies, and nonprofit and social sector organizations. Through the Marcum Group, the Firm also provides a full complement of technology, wealth management, and executive search and staffing services. Headquartered in New York City, Marcum has offices in major business markets across the U.S. and select international locations. #AskMarcum.