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Events

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Famous for hosting hundreds of listing celebrations each year, the NYSE also welcomes world leaders, industry groups, nonprofit organizations and notable personalities in business, sports, entertainment and culture to attend events or to ring the Opening or Closing Bell.

The crackling energy of a listing day celebration is unmatched, as hundreds of excited employees arrive in the heart of the Financial District to watch as their company trades publicly for the first time. Once listed, our companies return to use our space for investor days, board meetings, product launches and more. The NYSE also works with organizations to produce strategic programming to benefit our community of listed companies and companies that are considering a public listing.

The space serves as the foundation for the NYSE’s goal to connect people to opportunity, through education, collaboration with our community, and support for the values that guide us.

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McLaren & ICE

At the Exchange

McLaren Racing and Intercontinental Exchange, Inc, a leading global provider of data, technology, and market infrastructure, today announced the launch of a multi-year partnership as ICE becomes an Official Partner of the McLaren MX Extreme E Team.

On Tuesday, April 12, this partnership took shape in front of the NYSE, an ICE exchange, with a launch event that included a Number 58 McLaren Extreme E race car display and a news conference with McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown, McLaren MX Extreme E Driver Tanner Foust, and McLaren Racing Senior Principal Race Engineer Leena Gade.

The Extreme E sat just feet away from the revered Fearless Girl statue, installed in New York City ahead of International Women’s Day in 2017. Representing the role of women in leadership, the statue mirrors the values of the Extreme E race series which mandates male and female driver line-ups, as well as McLaren’s and ICE’s commitment to accelerating diversity, equality, and inclusion.

11 Wall Street is one of the most exclusive and sought-after event spaces in New York City. It’s a unique destination that welcomes hundreds of listed companies and thousands of guests each year. More than 37,000 square feet of event space marries the beautiful architecture of the original George Post-designed building from 1903 with state-of-the art technologies and the amenities required to hold any type of meeting or event.

Choose from 17 rooms, holding anywhere from six to 500 guests. From the awe-inspiring Board Room to the traditional feel of Freedom Hall to Siebert Hall the space is known for bright, art-lined corridors and the dramatic marble staircase which connects the 6th and 7th floors. Experience Square, located below the famous façade, and even the Trading Floor itself underscore the originality of the venue.

The newly redesigned 2 Broad Street Lobby is a sleek, modern experience that marries the exchange’s past and its high-tech future, including two 24-foot-long video displays.

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Coty Investor Day

Coty hosted investors for a day of meetings and an immersive display in the Hamilton Room, showcasing their impressive array of brands, followed by ringing the Closing Bell.

Marketing Movers

The NYSE and ON24 (NYSE: ON24) partnered to produce “Lessons for Today’s Market(ing) Movers,” quickfire perspectives on the path to going public and future opportunities. Hear from a panel of CMOs who have been there, done that.

Nextdoor

Nextdoor brought a real neighborhood feel to their IPO, honoring their mission to cultivate a kinder world where everyone has a neighborhood they can rely on. Their activation in Experience Square was an explosion of color and global culture, displayed on a theatrical set featuring local businesses like Black Seed Bagels, Buunni Coffee, the ASPCA and Brooklyn Blooms, and featuring a live Bell ringing outside in the park-like environment.

nyse community

Sustainability Efforts

Sustainability is a core value for the NYSE. In 2022, we’re bringing back our program donating excess food to NY Common Pantry (NYCP) located in Harlem. This food is then redistributed to individuals and families in need and is used in NYCP’s food pantry or their soup kitchen.

We use glass and aluminum in-house to effectively cut down on non-renewable resources and reduce our carbon footprint. We also salvage all cooking oils to be recycled into biofuel.

The NYSE has converted light switches to occupancy sensor lighting which limits the amount of energy used by turning lights on automatically when someone enters a room and turning lights off soon after the last occupant has left the room

Recyclable vessels, utensils and drinkware are used for outdoor activations and events.