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JOIN US AT THE FORT LAUDERDALE INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW

As part of our US launch, Glint is attending the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) with our US partners, Active Interest Media (AIM). If, like thousands of others, you plan to head to the boat show, join us at the VIP AIM pavilion from 31 October to 4 November, to find out how using gold can potentially save you millions.

SAVE, SPEND and TRAVEL with gold

Glint’s unique proprietary technology offers unparalleled ease and accessibility in buying physical gold bullion. This gold, held in a Swiss Brink’s vault, can be saved to secure monetary value or used as a global currency, anywhere in the world, via the Glint Mastercard. In addition, Glint lets you buy, save and spend in multiple currencies.

This unique proposition makes Glint the perfect solution for everyone involved in the global superyacht industry, a sector known for specific and complex foreign exchange needs, including businesses.

As one of the largest yacht shows, visitors come to Fort Lauderdale from around the world to explore the superyachts for sale and the vast range of equipment and services that support these exceptional flagships.

So whether you’re a buyer, seller, avid traveller, professional crew member or simply work in the yachting industry, a conversation with Glint about our unique gold solution could be your path to financial security.

After all, you’ve worked hard to earn your money, now it needs to work for you.

Glint can be applied to individuals and businesses alike, if you’d like to learn more about one of the fastest growing and exciting companies in the fintech space, this is a unique opportunity to meet the team in person.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Where: AIM Pavilion, Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show
When: 31 October to 4 November