Technical Insight Seminars expand around country for 2018
30 November 2017
Professional Paraplanner is delighted to announce that we will be increasing the number of Technical Insight Seminars in 2018, looking to reach as many paraplanners around the country as possible.
Delegates will have 11 venues to choose from, which we hope will allow significantly more paraplanners to benefit from hearing from industry experts in pensions, tax, retirement planning, investment and other areas, with the aim to help paraplanners deliver even better outcomes and service to clients.
This year’s 5 events have been very successful and we have received some excellent feedback from attendees, which has inspired our decision to deliver more events next year. Comments and suggestions from everyone who provided feedback this year will be in the mix as we put together the agenda for 2018. We are excited about taking the seminars further and we hope as many of you as possible will join us on one of the days listed below.
Some venues were oversubscribed this year, so to secure a place, please register your interest in attending as soon as possible by CLICKING HERE.
Current dates and venues* are:
Wednesday 2 May
Crowne Plaza Birmingham City
Wednesday 16 May
Wednesday 23 May
The Grange – Event & Awards
Wednesday 6 June
Wednesday 4 July
The Waldorf Astoria
Wednesday 12 September
Wednesday 19 September
tbc (likely The Marriott, York)
Wednesday 3 October
The Midland Hotel
Wednesday 17 October
Wednesday 7 November
Wednesday 28 November
(*subject to change at this stage, although we will be looking to lock them down as soon as possible)
I look forward to meeting familiar faces and new as we travel around the country next year.
Editor, Professional Paraplanner
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