SimplyBiz Group announces New Year events programme SimplyBiz Group announces New Year events programme

01 Feb 2017

SimplyBiz group has announced a programme of over 300 face-to-face events for 2017 across the UK.
The meetings include specialist events and workshops focussing on a wide range of subjects including mortgages and giving corporate advice.

The group’s not-for-profit learning and development division the New Model Business Academy (NMBA) will deliver four series of meetings throughout the year.

Rachel Lee, SimplyBiz group strategic relations and events director, said: “The SimplyBiz Group events programme has grown year on year following demand from the firms who use our services and the feedback they give us on what they would like to see covered.

“Both the CII and the London Institute of Banking and Finance accredit our events programme, demonstrating our commitment to ensure that all content featured in presentations and literature is genuinely valuable to our member firms and, crucially, the way in which they work with their clients.

“The continual growth of attendance numbers and extremely positive feedback from delegates demonstrates that the demand for good quality events is still high on advisers’ agendas.”

SimplyBiz group will also continue to run a full programme of online learning and web-conferences.

Lee added: “Over the past 12 months, we’ve widened the range of business areas covered with the addition of events covering non-mainstream investment, utilising technology to increase efficiency in the advice process and building and delivering a workplace proposition.”


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